AIGA DC Is Looking for an Audio and Video Editor for the “I Am Board” Series

Are you passionate about design, storytelling, and bringing narratives to life through audio and video editing? AIGA DC is seeking a talented and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a Volunteer Audio and Video Editor for our “I am Board” series.

Role Overview

As a Volunteer Audio and Video Editor, you will play a crucial role in shaping the narrative of our “I am Board” series, which features insightful interviews with AIGA DC board members. The series provides an opportunity to showcase the diverse perspectives, experiences, and creative journeys of our board members. We will need your help for a once-a-month interview for ten months or a bulk group of around 10 interviews.


  • Edit audio and video content from interviews with AIGA DC board members.
  • Ensure high-quality production standards and attention to detail in all edits.
  • Collaborate with the AIGA DC team to incorporate graphics and enhance visual storytelling.
  • Bring creativity and innovation to the editing process while staying true to the essence of each interview.


  • Proficient in audio and video editing software (e.g., Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, etc).
  • Strong attention to detail and a keen eye for visual storytelling.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with the AIGA DC team to meet project deadlines.
  • Passion for design, creativity, and the AIGA mission.

How to Apply:
If you’re excited about the intersection of design and storytelling and want to contribute your skills to the AIGA DC community, we invite you to apply! Please submit your resume, portfolio, and a brief cover letter outlining your interest and relevant experience to

Volunteer Benefits:

  • Attend two events for free! It’s a thank you for your service.
  • Network and make connections with your local community.
  • Your work will not go unnoticed. We highlight volunteers on our website and in our promotional materials.

Application Deadline: January 17

Learn More:
Explore the “I am Board” series and get a sense of our storytelling style by checking out the interviews we’ve conducted so far:

By Samantha Sekellick
Published January 10, 2024