Curiosity Does Not Necessarily Lead to the Death of Felines

I love to learn new things – you could even say that I’m a naturally curious person (if you’re given to making those kinds of statements). And believe me when I tell you, that trait comes in handy as a … Read More

Ah, Curses!

Let’s be honest – as a sports fan, it’s an unbelievable feeling when YOUR favorite team, or a team from your state, wins a title and/or championship and “goes to the show”. As a fan, you believe that you had … Read More

Atlanta Ballet’s New Vision

When we got the call from our friends at about possibly shooting a promotional video for the Atlanta Ballet, I was immediately excited. I knew the subject matter would lend itself to amazing footage, so then it would … Read More

Oglethorpe “Core” Video Gets MarCom Awards Honorable Mention

We were very excited to learn recently that the video we made for Oglethorpe University last year, “Oglethorpe University at the Core,” had received an honorable mention for the 2013 MarCom Awards. The MarCom Awards are given to individuals … Read More

Riding the airwaves of 90.5fm

Last Saturday, my wife and I made our annual trip back to Athens, GA to enjoy alumni weekend at our alma mater radio station, WUOG, 90.5fm. We both were on-air DJ’s during our college years and are always anxious … Read More

Bring your dog to work day

After waiting for far too long, I decided to finally bring my dog into work today. His name is Bingo and he’s a flat-coated retriever mix who is very sweet and gentle. He already is spending time with each of … Read More

Kandi at Blake’s!

We recently received a call from Grand Central Marketing out of Texas. They were looking for a production team to shoot a top-secret promo to go along with a Bravo TV show premiere. Upon meeting up to scout locations, … Read More

Video Marketing – Changing the Game for Small Business

A few months ago, I was asked by Tara Lamboley of RevDemand, if I’d like to be the presenter during a webinar about how video marketing is changing the game for small business. I was thrilled that she asked, and … Read More

New video techniques for cooking how-to’s

Keeping up with technology, trends and techniques within the video/film world is not always easy, but it can be a lot of fun. We recently took a day to shoot three cooking demonstrations. Our goal was purely to experiment with … Read More

Reinventing the Interrotron for “The Story of ME”

We’ve had the pleasure of working with the Georgia Tech Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering on a number of projects this year and one mission of theirs is to promote the program to other students and faculty around the country.

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