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Once again I find myself at Interlochen Summer Arts Camp. The real trick to anything we do is to find a new way to do it after repeating the process year after year. Not so sure I am mastering that part – I’m not, after all, Madonna. But here we go, season number 7! The […]

Interlochen Arts Camp was looking for some eye candy to dress up the entry page of their summer arts camp web page. A one-minute and 44 second splash of video and the best the camp has to offer was my answer. The intention is to pull potential clients deeper into their web site.

My latest assignment for Interlochen Arts Camp was to develop seven 30-second youtube commercial spots for each of the seven divisions of education offered at the summer camp program. The short videos are designed to run as youtube pre-roll advertising moments as well as sit on the front page of each camp division to serve […]

Interlochen asked for me to put together a promotion video that tugged on the heart strings of campers and alums alike. With an environment so rich in visual and audio entertainment I happily accepted the task. I captured moments on a Canon 5D mark II, a Canon 7D, a Canon mark IV and hero3 cameras […]

In June I had the pleasure of working the summer music festival Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tenn. for Bonnaroo’s web site. I was asked by Superfly’s Neal Cohen to produce eight audio slide shows during the four days I was to be on site. My audio and reporting colleague, Jon Waterhouse, and I worked out of […]

About 8 weeks ago a former student of mine contacted me and asked if I was interested in picking up a freelance job for a production firm that is shooting content for CBS Sports. I was able to pick up two games this season – and now, Showtime is about ready to release “A Game […]

So, last week a reporter from NPR Washington spent a couple of days on the grounds of Interlochen Arts Camp, they hired WKU students Wes Bacon and Sam Oldenburg to shoot photos for them. You can hear the story and see more of their pictures on their web site. Nice work Sam and Wes.