Roller Radicals

Roller Radicals

Last month we had the pleasure of working on a short video for the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Roller Radicals. They were looking for something to run on Facebook to announce their upcoming tryouts for the 2017 season. They didn't have anything particular in mind and said they'd be happy with whatever we came up with. We, at Park, have a few clients we take on that are non-profits and help out from time to time, and this was one of those projects.  Because they were up for anything, we wanted to have a little fun with the video and came up with the idea of "Beth". "Beth was someone looking to become more confident, have some fun and make some new friends. These are all things the Roller Radicals can do for those looking for something different. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlapYZfVCiU&spfreload=10 The girls are a fun bunch and we had a blast spending our Sunday morning hanging out. To add some more motion and action to...
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On Location: Kurlancheek Home Furnishings

On Location: Kurlancheek Home Furnishings

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7DHieD7jGw They say it's not what you know, but who you know. I never really liked that phrase. It implies that being skilled is less important than just running into the right people. What happens when the right people realize you’re the wrong person for the job? Or if who you know, knows you know nothing… ya know? Yeah… no one wins. I like to think of it more as what you know AND who you know leads to opportunities. If you’re really good at what you do and people know this about you, you’ll find opportunities for success. Of course, that also means letting the people you know, know what you know. (ok, I promise I’m done…but it was fun) That’s how Kurlancheek Home Furnishings became a client. I was out one night shooting a concert and ran into a friend who was looking for someone to produce a few new commercials for Kurlancheek. We talked for a bit and about a month later (thanks to...
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Shuters Notes: National Anxiety and Heart out at Bart & Urby’s

Shuters Notes: National Anxiety and Heart out at Bart & Urby’s

 Before I turned to the "dark side". and became a videographer, I was a budding amateur photographer. Even though I failed my first official photography class (still upsets me) I knew that visual storytelling was my passion. At the same time, I transitioned from being a DJ to a radio Disc Jockey. It was a rough transition at first. I’m just old enough that when I used to say I was a DJ, people assumed I worked with turntables and vinyl. I worked with a few companies, mainly doing weddings and parties. Nothing B-Boy style, but it was fun working in front of a crowd as opposed to a being in a sound proof booth. But music was music, so I made it work. It may sound weird, but all of my injuries lead me working into media. When I was finally sidelined I began broadcasting games. If I wasn’t calling a game I was shooting it. Eventually, I switched from sports coverage to focusing on music...
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