An Actor, A Tee Shirt, A Green Screen Stage

They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, the same thing is true of creating an exciting new tech video. The Kenwood Group was up to the challenge this week. when they assembled a great team to shoot a 1-person tech video on our green screen stage.

Producer Kerry Mondragon and PA Jennifer Babcock relied on such San Francisco veterans as Fontana Film & Video for lighting, Funki Tiki’s Darcel Walker for sound, Beth Nowak for makeup and wardrobe,  Shaun Boyle for Digital Media, and at the camera director Zack Freyer and D.P. Chris Burns. Executive Producer Christina Crowley presided with her usual super efficiency.

Custom t-shirts were a key element in the extremely funny video skillfully played by actor Jeremy Rowley. Relying on minimal props, Jeremy embodied the kind of tech support . . .  oops! Sorry, but we can’t divulge any details until the video is released.

Once again, the San Francisco Bay Area’s 4th Street Studios shone with our easy street level load in, huge chromakey green cyc, inviting decor, and massive camera collection. Not to mention our incredibly convenient location and fashionable SOMA neighborhood. From Starbucks to Peets, fast food to haute cuisine, Safeway to Whole Foods, we’ve got it all nearby.

A quick click will take you to more information about The Kenwood Group and their stellar team:

The Kenwood Group http://www.kenwoodgroup.com/

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