Video Editor for Upcoming Theater Release Partners With Poverty Resolutions

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Poverty Resolutions partners with video editor and producer who is working on an upcoming documentary to be released in theaters.

JB Waggoner teams up with Poverty Resolutions for video work

Local non-profit organization Poverty Resolutions, based out of Doylestown, PA, has been working with a video producer and editor from California for quite some time now. J.B. Waggoner is a producer-editor that works primarily with organizations and artists. He produces mainly web-based promotions from concept, to shooting, to editing, and then to final delivery.

J.B. has been responsible for almost all of the videos (see video included with this article) that Poverty Resolutions has shot and released over the past few years regarding the country of Haiti and the work they are doing there. He flies in from California throughout the year to run through ideas, concepts, and then films it to make the vision a reality. Just a few of the most well-known videos that Poverty Resolutions has released that J.B. is responsible for are: “5 Guys Get Shot with 21,000 Paintballs for Charity,” “4 Guys Live on $1 a Day for 28 days in Haiti,” and “Guy Eats 10 Sticks of Butter for Charity.” The videos on Poverty Resolutions’ YouTube channel have over 525,000 views, with more being added each day. This is incredible for a non-profit organization.

Andrew Jones, co-founder of Poverty Resolutions, says, “J.B. has been a great asset to our non-profit organization the entire time we have been working with him. He is one of the best video editors that I have seen and does an incredible job on putting the entire vision for a video together. He has such talent for brainstorming ideas, creating storyboards for the ideas, and then putting it to video through filming and editing. We are always happy with the turnout and clearly the videos are gaining attention on YouTube as well.”

Not only does J.B. work with Poverty Resolutions, but he also has partnered and done work for a NorCal Network titled "Why Plant Churches?" which was showcased at a 850+ member conference hosted by Acts 29 and The Gospel Coalition. Missionary Athletes International has also contracted J.B. over the past three years to create branded videos. Lastly, J.B. has credits as an editor for the documentary "Rich Mullins: A Ragamuffins Legacy," as well as being Associate Producer and Assistant Editor on the upcoming feature film "Ragamuffin" to be released this January. He will soon be on the road for a three-month cross-country tour for “Ragamuffin” taking it to movie theaters, colleges, and churches.

To check out J.B. Waggoner’s work, visit his website here. Take a look at Poverty Resolutions’ website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe to their YouTube channel to see their videos and to stay up to date with more videos that they, along with J.B., plan to release over the next year.

Poverty Resolutions is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the eradication of poverty around the world. They aim to educate others in order to increase awareness of global poverty and to also inspire people to take action. In Haiti, they provide sustainable solutions to poverty, which empower individuals and organizations to meet the needs of their communities.

Poverty Resolutions is based out of Doylestown, PA.

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