Email:  Phone: 202-689-4805


Videographer, photographer, and yes, juggler.  William and Mary and Earlham graduate committed to helping people let their inner light shine through visual storytelling. Has guided hundreds of productions from concept through publication, using scriptwriting, field, studio, and flypack production, directing, and editing skills. Passionate about helping youth find their voices and tell their stories.



Arlington Independent Media (AIM) 2012-Present

  • Produced hundreds of videos starting from conceptualization and ending with publication.

  • Writes scripts, schedules talent and crew, shoots, edits, and publishes video.

  • Supervises production teams of all ages and experience levels.  

  • Teaches and develops video production courses for all ages. Courses cover all aspects of video and audio production.  

  • Directs youth video programs including summer camps, after school programs, and internships.

  • Interviews and selects temporary hires to staff youth programs.

  • Edits movie camp footage under tight deadlines for end-of-camp screenings.

  • Directed and supervised paid high school interns for multiple documentary programs including Document Historic Arlington, which I created in partnership with Arlington County.  

  • Created iPad movie club to teach visual storytelling and stop motion videography to elementary school students.  

EYE (Empowering You to Express) Video Production (Founder) April 2010-Present

  • Works with organizations to create instructional, informational, and marketing videos to highlight their missions and celebrate their impact.   

  • Guides clients to formulate the scope and goal of each project.  

  • Executes all stages of production including planning, scripting, shooting, editing, and publishing.

  • Hires crew and creatives as needed.

TV Production Teacher (long-term substitute) for the Communication Arts Program (CAP)  – Blair High School, Silver Spring MD. August 2011-June 2012

  • Developed and taught a year-long intermediate video curriculum that covered all stages of the process from production through editing.  

  • Managed and assessed three classes of 23 students each.

  • Guided students to complete five major video projects covering a variety of genres.

  • Collaborated with a team of teachers to create interdisciplinary learning experiences.

Specialist – Apple Store, Pentagon City. April 2010-August 2011

  • Sold Apple products by listening to customer needs and offering solutions.

  • Taught One to One personal training sessions which often included video editing lessons.

  • Provided troubleshooting for Apple products.

School Counselor - Glasgow Middle School, Alexandria, VA. 2003-2010

  • Created, produced, and edited videos for the school news to support the Student Services Department.

  • Founded and facilitated The Video Club

  • Founded and facilitated Peer Mediation–a program that trains students to facilitate resolution of peer-to-peer conflicts.

  • Provided individual and group counseling to address academic, career, and personal/social needs.

  • Developed a deeper understanding of human psychology which continues to shape my approach to video creation.  

  • Learned and executed best practices in Education as part of a counseling team that achieved RAMP status (Recognized ASCA Model Program) from the American School Counseling Association.  


  • The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA - 2001-2003

    • M.Ed in School Counseling

  • Earlham College, Richmond, IN - 1995-1999

    • B.A. in Peace and Global Studies

  • Arlington Independent Media Video Production Classes - 2010-2012

  • Gulf Island Film and Television School, Galliano Island, British Columbia - 2009


  • Expert in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.  Experienced in Audition, After Effects, Photoshop, Pro-Tools, and Final Cut X

  • Proficient Spanish speaker and writer.

Nathan Bynum