What a summer it's been. We expanded and built out our studio spaces to meet the demand for media projects and virtual conferences, webinars, and fundraisers. At the same time, we began to prepare for live events to come back to venues throughout the region. Clients called to reschedule their events as hybrid and live events rather than virtual. Then as suddenly as events shifted away from virtual, the calls started rolling in again to change back to virtual. Really, all anyone can always plan on is that plans will change, especially in 2021.
However your plans may change, we're beside you, ready to support your event goals and vision.
Shown above: David Heller Foundation hosted Cultivating Healthy Hearts with emcee Dani Klupenger and auctioneer Mark Kuhn at a lovely U-Pick farm on Sauvie Island west of Portland, Oregon, in August 2021.
TIPS AND ADVICE
Tech Tips for Virtual Conference Panelists
When you appear in a virtual conference or event from a remote location such as your home or office, you play a very important role in the technical execution of the event. Follow these tech tips and you’ll be able to focus on your message when it’s time to go live.
The University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication recently published a great alumni profile on Whitney Gomes, a video producer with The AV Department. We're excited Whitney is receiving this recognition of her work.
Shown above: Whitney films the Oregon Episcopal School 2021 Commencement at Providence Park.
“Safe people don’t change the world, people that take risks do. I always wanted to be a risk taker because there’s too many lives and families at stake not to.” -- Eric Knox, HOLLA Executive Director/Founder
HOLLA is a culturally responsive mentorship movement that matches students with mentors who look like them and connects with families, administrators, teachers, and nonprofits to recognize the power and potential of Black and Brown youth.