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My experience has made me very adaptable. I am a go-with-the-flow type of person, and I will do whatever it takes to make your video shoot successful.
From interning at the White House or documenting shamans in the Amazon, there is rarely an adventure Kaylee Everly has let pass her by. Now, her latest adventure involves working with dentists to deliver professional video that will inform and inspire new patients.
Before joining SmartBox, Kaylee already had a fulfilled and illustrious career. She is a published videographer and editor for National Geographic, and in college, she placed second in the multimedia division of the Hearst Journalism Awards Program National Championship. She also won numerous awards through College Photographer of the Year and shadowed world-renowned photographers during an internship at the White House.
“My experience has made me very adaptable. I am a go-with-the-flow type of person, and I will do whatever it takes to make your video shoot successful,” Kaylee Everly said. “I am also a people-person. I connect with just about anyone instantly, which helps clients feel comfortable and allows me to dive deeper into their story.”
Kaylee holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In college, she found her knack for storytelling and discovered how to craft a compelling story. With SmartBox, Kaylee Everly uses those tools and her eye for detail to create engaging videos that can help dentists draw the patients they want to treat.
Kaylee describes herself as a traveler, and she has the credentials to prove it. She has fed hyenas in Ethiopia, explored the underground coal mines in Kyrgyzstan, documented funerals and exhumations in Dominican Republic, and followed shamans in the Amazon.