It’s been a while since we’ve posted anything, but for good reason. We have been working very closely with Milwaukee Direct Marketing on proofing their graphics, taking over the graphics and photography for THINKLocal Magazine, producing a commercial airing in the Marcus Theaters, producing background music for said commercial, designing a new and improved website for the Medical College of Wisconsin’s TIEHL program, and among all that… an album cover for a local musician!
Yes, it’s a busy life we lead, but all worth it as we slowly but surely change the world!
For now, enjoy this video of Chicago in summer from the eyes of a GoPro… filmed and post-produced by us!
Stay tuned to see more samples from our new clients and always, much love!
Here is an example of our filming a live performance for the Southwestern Suburban Symphony and their production of “Simply Sinatra,” starring Las Vegas entertainer Steve Lippia. We love producing live event videography, especially for such a wonderful client!
Contact us today for event videography! Be it a sporting event, a music event; nothing is too big or small for us!
Much, much love everyone! Speaking of love, back to wedding film edits… more samples coming soon!
In Nairobi, Kenya, there is a school called St. Aloysius, giving the children of Nairobi a brighter future.
Father Bator, a traveling theology professor currently at Marquette University, is working to raise money to establish a band room and music school at St. Aloysius. Check out the video we produced of him below, and show this wonderful school some support:
Here in Brew City (MKE), the Milwaukee Business Journal has an award for the information technology person of the year.
We have been nominated by one of my many wonderful clients; I’m honored they thought of my team and I.
A word to the wise, my team and I read it, but don’t put any thought into it. As a matter of fact, you will likely get some form of social media connection notification from us if you send us some type of disrespectful, presumptuous, and down right immature message in any way. Consider it our way of saying “you took the time to insult us without knowing who we are, so we must be worth enough to connect via phone or even in person, so let’s connect digitally and make that happen in the real world!”
Needless to say, it never happens.
This anonymity digital technology has offered society since the dawning of the Internet has gotten out of hand and bred a class of people with a pixelated puffed out chest supported by a physical, real world backbone of a stick of butter on a Phoenix driveway. With everything from catfishing and cheating on a life partner to cyber-bullying at any age and constantly having to contest everything; it’s depressing. Use your brain. If you were to walk up to someone in a public forum and call them names to their face, you can expect a real world consequence, be it physical or verbal. Digital technology has taken that consequence away, altered time and space so that a comeback or even initiating comment can be formulated and actual thought can be given to it, as opposed to the real world, where if you say something, the results are immediate and real. Use that time and space alteration for positivity.
Be good to one another, and if you have an issue with my creative team and I, our number is on the page. Call it and we will discuss. If speaking in person is too much effort, then it’s not worth us hearing and not worth your time being up in arms about it.