The fall season is bringing some exciting changes. If you have worked with Bryan Parris in the edit room, you’ll understand why he has been promoted to Vice President of Production. In that role, he’ll be overseeing many varied elements of the work we do to make your final product a definite standout! John Cuevas moves up to Senior Editor – he’s been editing and producing graphics with us for six years now. No one knows After Effects® better!
We’ve also got a new addition to the team. Janelle LaLonde is our project manager and producer, coming to us from the world of broadcasting, working as a producer and reporter at both ABC and NBC affiliates. Stop by our place to say hello!
Q & A with our V.P. of Production
Vice President of Production, Bryan Parris, is moving away from the edit suite, and out to meeting with all of you! As he makes the switch, we thought it’d be fun to sit down and sort of reflect on his 9 years as Senior Editor at Cynthia Kay & Company.
Q. What do you love about editing?
A. When it's done! Seriously though, like any creative project, I get the most satisfaction from the end result, knowing we've taken all these elements and cut and tweaked and sometimes pulled our hair out, but we produced a very cool story that helps clients with their goals.
Is Anyone Safe?
Recently I had the unique opportunity to interview some very brave women. These individuals were victims of domestic abuse and they shared their stories in a raw uncensored and very public way so others can begin to understand this community issue.
This was not a new topic to me. I had heard the statistics before.
Every 15 seconds a woman is battered in the U.S.
275 million children worldwide are exposed to domestic abuse in the home.
Windows 7 for Dummies®
Teaming up with Wiley Publishing has taken us across the field. From algebra to poker, we’ve created more than 125 how-to videos for the For Dummies® series. Our latest task? Produce a step-by-step DVD tutorial to accompany the book Windows 7 for Dummies®
The new Windows 7 boasts a number of contemporary features, and maybe even does away with some of those you couldn’t stand using on Windows Vista. We picked apart the new operating system, before it was even released in stores, and here’s what we’ve found: Windows 7 shows-off a new and improved desktop with bigger icons and easy options to personalize your computer. It also makes it simple to safely link up computers, printers and other hardware in your home or office. New features called “Jump Lists” help you access those documents, pictures or songs you use daily with the click of a mouse.