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A little something for a friend….

Mural, East Avenue Middle School, Livermore, California

Over the past few days, I have been working with a customer of mine, and fellow LAA artist, Engela Olivier-Wilson, on a video that she needed for her interactions with  the Food Network.

In this case, the product was a video that I shot in 1080p High-Definition but put up on YouTube for her at a lower resolution that would work with a wider variety of client devices.

The client had VERY tight time constraints. As a result, the deadline took precedence over the degree of final “polish” of the video, because “polish” was not a requirement of the Food Network, which needed more of a “proof of concept.” Complicating the work was the fact that my stereo video microphone was slightly damaged in a freak accident a week or so before, and it was in the shop (on Long Island, New York!) for repair. (Don’t worry, it will be back very soon, at no charge.)

Our client is very happy with the results, especially with the “very aggressive” deadline that she had to make. And… both Ms. Olivier-Wilson and Cheshire Cat Photo will be able to use the video, and even the outtakes, in future work.

-Bill at

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