It’s been almost a year since I started this blog-thing. I’ve been too busy to write much. I guess that’s a good thing. Anyway, working late tonight on a TV spot for the George Eastman House. They are having a gala event with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra called: Cinematic Symphony: Oz and Beyond with Eastman House and RPO. Check it out. I sure hope Dresden likes it this time.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 08, 2009
So let me see what else we’ve been doing…
Just finished up working on the Children’s Film Festival mastering the compilation DVD.
Currently, working on the Seneca Army Depot documentary – that’s the place with the white deer.
Completed Walking the GuestPath for Finger Lakes Gaming and Racetrack – documenting the managers walking in the shoes of their employees to help figure out how to take better care of their guests. Corporate LOVED it.
Built video reels for an annual business meeting for WEG.
Made TV commercials for GEH – Gingerbread Houses and the big Oscar Night
Created a doggie daycare trade show video for a friend.
Mother of Sorrows – In Our Own Words – a documentary for their fundraising gala.
An ad for Ketchie-Houston, a company that makes precision gears.
Oh yes… I almost forgot to mention that we now have our own place!
Now we don’t have to have all this equipment in our living rooms!
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