continued Shoenfeld’s Video Production teacher, Paul Mudie, first approached Shoenfeld with the idea of entering the video contest a few months ago. After having Shoenfeld as a student, Mudie said he thought Shoenfeld had the potential to make a great film for this project.
“At our school we participate in these contests when the timing is right and we have the right students and he was the right kid,” Mudie said.
Shoenfeld’s strong work ethic, good eye for editing and drive to constantly improve is what makes his work excellent Mudie said.
“He has a good eye for video,” Mudie said. “One of his strenths lies with his editing, his able to lay out his ideas and visualize the end product.”
Shoenfeld is in need of community votes for his public service video to win the top video out of the 30 finalists. The only votes counted will be ones submitted from the NYCM video contest page and not the orignal video posted by creators.
To see Shoenfeld’s video go to www.newteendrivers.com/vote.asp. You can submit your vote for his video by “Like”ing the vidoe.
“I would appreciate it if people would vote for my video and I want to thank everyone who votes for helping me,”Shoenfeld said.