I’ve included a few of my favorite music videos that were created by students in the music video production classes at Berklee. The music video links start part way through, to just give a sample, although they are all worth watching from the beginning.

First is an original by Emalyon. She has an amazing voice, incredible songwriting talent, and a great creativity in music video shooting and editing.

In the next music video, I love the stark contrast between light and dark — strong “chiaroscuro” — and the simplicity of the composition: Cinnamon Denise’s expressive face and two equally expressive dancers.

This is a nice studio music video of a more classic piece with muted tones.

The next music video isn’t for an original song, but the acting by the Beth Schofield is just wonderful.

Jacob McCaslin had a fun time with this music video assignment, which was to reinterpret a section of “Little Red Riding Hood.”

An original song and stellar performance by Olivia Dawn, produced in crisp black and white.

In the next music video, Trey G does an earnest arrangement of Glory/Little Ghetto Boy, with a soulful backup choir in the Berklee Valencia studios.