Matthew Frazier: The Storyteller Behind QIP's Video Work

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As QIP's videographer, Matthew Frazier is responsible for designing storyboards, shooting videos, and creating motion graphics for our clients.

Matthew first learned about storytelling through video while editing videos. He found that he had a talent and passion for it, and he eventually got his own camera. His first major production was a documentary about skateboarding. He entered the film into a competition in which it won second place. He then started making travel videos, which he still makes when he travels.

"I'm always trying to find ways to better tell a story or get a message across, whether that's visuals or audio or sound design," Matthew said.

Working closely with subject matter experts, Matthew executes storyboards based on clients' creative briefs. Then, he researches the best programs to use to execute the video. He primarily uses Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere, and Adobe Illustrator, although he is constantly learning about new software and staying on top of the latest trends and technology in videography.

Among his recent work, Matthew completed a video for the IEEE IC Industry Consortium on Learning Engineering (ICICLE) as part of QIP's sponsorship of the event.

 
 

Matthew holds a bachelor's degree from Middle Tennessee State University and has produced work for ABC News, the U.S. House of Representatives, Edelman, and the Four Seasons.

Adding Matthew to the team in 2016 gave QIP the ability to expand our video offerings, which had previously been strictly animated, to include live action filming. Read more about QIP's live-action production process in this profile of the Mississippi State Spotlight: Involving Stakeholders in the Development of a Research Agenda.

To view more of our videos, visit QIP's YouTube channel, or for a quick overview of our work, watch our video reel: