Rev. Gina A. Pond

Writer. Pastor. Priest.

Audio and Video

Audio Work

This Week In Heresy Podcast: This Week In Heresy (TWIH) was a weekly interview podcast that attempted to give voice to religious and progressive people who are not normally heard in the mainstream media. I did all of the production work, interview recording, and content editing myself, with sound editing initially done by Sarah Thompson. I took over sound editing using Adobe Audition in the second year of the podcast.

My WECW Interview with WineField: WECW is Elmira College’s student run radio station. I became a DJ during my freshman year of college and continued to host a late night radio show once a week until I graduated in 1998. In my senior year, when I was programming director of WECW, I had a chance to interview the local upstate NY band WineField after they played in our school’s snack pub “MacKenzie’s.” This was the first time I had interviewed anyone on air. The interview was recorded in the station during my weekly show using the studio’s equipment.

Videography and Video Collaborations

This Week In Heresy YouTube Show: Before TWIH was a podcast, it was a short lived YouTube show that had religious news, commentary, and guest features. In addition to coming up with the show’s concept, I also did all of the production work, talent procurement, content research, editing, and videography myself. I had effects, title, and sound help from Sarah Thompson.

Coffee With God YouTube Show: This show was a collaboration with Rev. Lee Whittaker, who wanted to do a sermon/commentary series on YouTube. Rev. Lee came up with all of the content and collaborated on location choice. I did the rest of the production work, videography, editing, and sound, with effects and sound help from Sarah Thompson.

In seminary I collaborated with many people to create videos for several projects, the most notorious of which was our New Testament class videos (which became something of a campus legend).

I like to create art videos when the mood strikes. I plan on doing more of these in the future during my travels around Europe.