Video cases stacked everywhere. Wires running here and there. Welcome to production overkill. I’ve worked on big productions in the past—live satellite feeds, seven-camera shoots, a crew with one person assigned specifically to wigs. However, most of my assignments have been on a much smaller scale. Through those experiences I’ve come to learn that great…Details
Last year I was honored to interview five women who were on the road to recovery following months or even years of being caught up in human trafficking. Their stories were gut-wrenching but their resolve to create new lives for themselves was powerful. Every interview situation has its own challenges–whether that’s persistent background noise or…Details
Capturing the voice of a speaker–that’s one of my favorite creative challenges. Over the years, it’s a role I’ve taken 12 or 13 times with the Gospel Music Association’s Dove Awards telecast. With the 2018 Dove Awards telecast (pictured above), that assignment applied to approximately 25 people. Most are gifted musicians who are a bit…Details
by Michael Nolan It happened again last week–the teeth-grinding recognition of an egregious error. The screen capture above is from Cheekwood’s official website. I might have expected less from a used tire store but not this bastion of culture and sophistication. (After it was noted, the spelling was corrected.) What does it say about you…Details
I found this relentlessly unhelpful notice in literature I received from BlueCross/BlueShield. Not sure if this is a cruel joke, the work of a blissfully ignorant do-gooder, a committee or hurried freelance writer. At any rate, I thought I’d pass it along.