Mike Compton of Three Chair Productions is a video expert. He and his team work with entrepreneurs, small businesses, and corporations to craft a story through video.
Laura Meoli is a digital media content creator with 10 years experience. Her achievements include a NY Emmy Award, seven Telly Awards and multiple festival wins for her video projects, "Give a Little", "Women of Action", "Perspective", and the "Granville T. Woods Documentary".
Topics covered in this episode: Creativity, Finding passion, Asking difficult questions, The importance of impact, Living a life with multiple interests, Taking risks, Staying on track, Gratitude, Defining Success, and so much more.
Mary Sue Connolly has worked for CNN, CBS, and VideoFashion. She has also directed, edited, and produced several projects including The Great Gathering, Glenafooka: Glen of the Ghost, and her new project The Petersburg Film.
Petersburg is a small community in Appalachia that has been devastated by the Opioid Epidemic that is sweeping the United States.
This documentary feature follows the perspectives of various members of the community, with a focus on a former drug dealer named Bre (who also serves as producer on this project).
Having grown up in a home torn apart by drugs and forced to survive by any means necessary, her story offers one of hope.
In this special encore episode I talk to Emmy Award wining filmmaker Steve Chollet about his process and thoughts about identifying and reaching target audience. Everyone will find something to take away from this interview. So much was covered in this interview that we broke it into two interviews. Click Here to listen to part one is episode 6.
In this episode I talk to Emmy Award wining filmmaker Steve Chollet about his adventures in making films, working with world known brands, travel, inspiration, and process. Everyone will find something to take away from this interview. So much was covered in this interview that we broke it into two interviews. Part two will be available on Monday!