Bryan is one of the owners of Cinema Greens. They recently launched a retail location in Atlanta to serve decorators that may not be able to physically visit their full spread in Hampton.
Charlotte is the Creative Development and Workforce Coordinator for the Georgia Film Academy. She works with directors and writers to help facilitate homegrown projects.
Jennifer Hall explains how MatchKey Consulting works with clients to navigate the various issues faced by entertainment professionals as they navigate projects to completion.
Lynn is President of Williams, Turner and Mathis. She talks about Professional Media Liability coverage (E&O) and when you should seek such coverage.
Jeff Weinkle of Aprio talks about a recent client that was engaged in production work but was not taking advantage of all the tax benefits that are available.
As huge Stranger Things fans, Creative Mammals created a passion project recapping some favorite moments from Season 1 in celebration of Season 2. Season 2 comes out today. Bare Knuckles Creative teamed up on post audio to bring the world we created to life.
Today David talks about ways Georgia can become a major player in commercial video work. Other states have an advantage of tradition but the case for completing commercials here is strong.
Aaron Cooley owns Atlanta Sound Guy. Today he talks about trends he has observed working on movie sets – not that he agrees with them all.
Trish Taylor of the Georgia Production Partnership talks about the Camera Ready program in Georgia and how it has been key not only to Atlanta’s success but all of Georgia.
It’s a competitive environment for businesses to recruit and retain employees. Nowhere is that more true than in the entertainment industry. Buzz talks about how they work with employers to offer a planning perk to key employees, providing valuable advice on all types of personal financial issues.