Winner of an AIGA GRADE 6 Award

April 2011 has become the month of winning awards!!! We just found out that we've won an AIGA GRADE 6 Award with Morgan Porter Design for a branding campaign we worked on for a Charles City County Library Campaign which involved booklets, brochures and website. Check out the winning website by clicking here . Very Exciting!

Special Thanks To :

Creative Director / Designer - Morgan Porter Design

Winner of a Gold Remi Award @ WorldFest Houston Film Festival

I was notified this past Monday that I'll be sharing a 2011 Gold Remi Award in the 44th Annual WorldFest - Houston International Film/Video Festival ( with my friend & colleague, producer/director, Bruce Berryhill. This award is being received for our new self-promotional video we collaboratively produced last year and released this January. Also involved in helping to make this video possible are producer Jordan Rodericks, Cinematographer Alexander Germanotta, Heidi Winton-Stahle and the our fabulous team that have all helped us along the way. Thank you all!

You may view this video on the homepage of my website HERE .

It's also available on YouTube HERE .

Special Thanks To !

Executive Producer - Heidi Winton-Stahle

Co-Designer / Editor - Bruce Berryhill

Producer - Jordan Rodericks

Video Provided by - Alex Germanotta

Hair / Make Up - Phillip Krane Bernier

Talent Provided by - Liquid Talent Group

Clothing Designed by - Lili Forrest

Locations - Karen Molzhon

1st Assistant - Jenny McQueen

2nd Assistant - Hassan Pitts

Talent - Katrina Laluna

Talent - Ami Burke

Talent - Josephe Mann

Talent - Dane Jordan

"If You Build It, Will They Come?"

I recently had the opportunity to shoot the photography for a feature article that appears in the April issue of The Boomer Magazine. The article is all about the new, highly anticipated, $100 million dollar SportsQuest facility that is being built in Chesterfield, Virginia near our state's capital.

[Dr. Stephen Burton, SportsQuest Chairman and company CEO is overcoming many obstacles and fulfilling his dreams by building this new state-of-the-art facility. After 30 years, he has returned to his original career plan, though along the way it has become much bigger than likely even he could have dreamed, let alone everyone else. “When I started college at William & Mary, I wanted to be an urban planner,” he said. “Didn’t happen right away, so with SportsQuest I have come full circle. I’m an urban planner.”]

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