DSC 0072I love creating one-of-a-kind websites and video vignettes.  There is something exciting and gratifying in taking a concept such as the promotion of a new book or business and creating a dramatic video trailer or website to evoke the creative vision.  The right music, vibrant visuals and graphics, and dramatic sound effects come together to weave a memorable story.

I ran a multimedia company, Earthtalk Studios, in Bozeman for 20 years in the 90s and 2000s. With my very talented staff, we created many websites, videos and interactive presentations in Montana and across the country. We were building the early websites on the nascent world wide web and developing interactive CD-Roms in the days before smart phones.

In the decade starting in 2010, I became an independent media developer designing responsive websites, videos and motion graphics for many old and new clients.  I learned a great deal from my years at Earthtalk and I bring those two decades of experience to this boutique creative media laboratory. It's all about making an idea come to life for my clients.

Aside from website design and filmmaking, my most important asset is my ability to conceptualize a project in collaboration with my client.  I love hearing a new idea or dream and I have the experience and knowledge to help convey that idea with a new and creative media solution, be it website design, video production, or social media integration.

I look forward to hearing your ideas and to working with you to help realize your dreams.

 


 

 

Featured Video: Who is to Blame: A Russian Riddle Book Trailer
- produced for author Jane Marlow
Jane Marlow's debut novel is a beautifully detailed twenty-five-year saga of two families in mid-19th century Russia. The setting is Russia's vast grain fields and weaves a heart-wrenching and all too familiar story of the haves and have-nots, but, with a twist. Tsar Alexander II had just emancipated 20 million serfs from bondage and the haves are back on their heels in decline.  The serfs remain in poverty and Marlow paints with words the "intertwining stories of love, loss, courage and pain against her backdrop of social upheaval.

A fascinating gift to the readers of this engaging historical novel is the attention to the details of the lives and clothing of a 19th century peasant girl.  We decided on two video book trailers to promote her novel, one to set the story and time period, and another, Girls and Their Clothes, to give the reader a preview of the young Russinn girl's relationship with her clothes.