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Save Your Valentine’s Day (Lunch)
for The Communicators Club

Falling in Love With Visuals

Double-Dip into Video and PowerPoint, with Jay Barry and Doug Bonin

11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14 at El Basha, 250 Park Ave., Worcester

Doug Bonin will help make you a hero in the epic battle against complex presentations with his presentation, “Crazy Simple.”

When presentations fall short of their potential to engage and make good stuff happen, Doug says, we turn audiences off with too much information on slides they can only read if they stop listening to you.

Doug will help you let go of some old-school presentation rules and embrace a few universal rules of communications, you can create energizing and fun presentations that stir audiences into action.

Doug Bonin is an employee communications manager who leverages the full range of traditional and emerging communications channels. Doug noted that big initiatives all start with PowerPoint presentations. And these high-stakes presentations weren’t built with the expertise and production values we apply to vehicles like print and the web. So, Doug set out to make presentations his forte and change the world, one slide at a time.Jay_photo__Charles.png

Jay Barry brings 32 years of broadcast and television experience to his clients. In addition to working as a White House news photographer, he was videographer/editor of the Emmy Award- winning news magazine show, Our Times, on WHDH-TV, Boston. He went on to edit World Monitor, a nationally acclaimed program appearing on the Discovery Channel.

In 1994 he formed Barry Video, producing documentaries and marketing videos in education, healthcare and community services.  He has won national Telly Awards for: 25th Anniversary of the Institute of Politics at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government; a profile of Worcester’s Mechanics Hall; and The Russian Icon Museum in Clinton MA.

Recently Jay has documented the three full facial transplants that the Brigham and Women’s Hospital has pioneered. He is working on a behind the scenes documentary on the Boston Fourth of July Celebration on the Esplanade.

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And Coming March 14: “Behind the Scenes at the DA’s Office”
(details to come)