OED presents third video in our Live/Work San Jose Series
After helping to create and share video essays on San Jose’s essence and the city as a workspace, OED reached out to three individuals to share their personal experience living and working in San Jose. This third video, Resident Roundtable, focuses on three very different individuals, from different businesses and backgrounds, all living, working and making their marks in San Jose.
We are so grateful to the stars of the production:
- Juliana Park, Product Manager at Zoom Video Communications
- Demone Carter, program manager for the School of Arts and Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza’s Multicultural Arts Leadership Institute (MALI)
- Greg Biggs, CEO of Vander-Bend Manufacturing.
They allowed us to shadow them in their workplace and gathered as a group to talk together about their San Jose experience. We also thank Forager Tasting Room & Eatery, the amazing hospitality space on South First Street, for providing their loft as a location for the shoot. The video series was envisioned, shot and produced by Native Digital, LLC. We hope you enjoy the videos and we invite you to share them!
OED’s San Jose Video Series
- Make Your Mark
2. City on the Rise
3. Resident Roundtable