Another year almost gone… and what a year 2016 was for CAS Video Productions! I had the pleasure of working with lots of great people and companies on many exciting projects. Here are a few highlights from the year.
It started with a bang with the launching of a new series of YMCA Lifeguard training videos. The project ran all of 2015 and debuted in January 2016. Check out one of the videos in the series. https://vimeo.com/167807132
Later in the month of January, we had the honor of producing an inspiring video telling the story of the joint venture of Donly Construction and Kirlin Builders and how they assisted a local veteran and family in need. Randy Morey’s home was ravaged by lead. This contamination put him and his family’s health in danger. Without anywhere else to turn, the DKJV team came in to lend a big hand. Take a look at the “Veteran’s House Project” video https://vimeo.com/161951827
In February, I was thrilled to work with Scripps Networks and The White House on Michelle Obama’s healthy eating initiative video. The “Surprise Visit” video highlighted the First Lady’s surprise visits to area elementary schools and a local family to check out their school and backyard gardens that are helping kids and families lead healthier lives. Checkout this heartwarming video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-MPjbKS8B8
The majority of February through April was spent in the editing room for various clients including several labor unions and the DC Office of Cable Television. Spring turned quickly to summer, as I traveled throughout the country producing, shooting, then editing a series of convention videos for LIUNA. https://vimeo.com/197517833
In September and October, I had the exciting opportunity of working with Allessia Cara. The up and coming 18 year old pop star is seizing the world’s airwaves. Look for the release of her documentary in 2017.
Also in October, I worked on the new DIY show Big Beach Builds, which was finishing up its first season of shooting. The show will air on DIY in March. Other television programs I shot for in the fall included The Rachael Ray Show, The Chew and The Daily Planet.
In November, it was back to the White House for the 18th year of shooting a White House Christmas, which airs annually on HGTV.
The year ended with a fun shoot with Sports Illustrated and the Baltimore Raven’s center Jeremy Zuttah.
As you can see it was quite a year with many amazing projects. I can’t wait to see what 2017 brings. Happy New Year!
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