As we prepare to pull back the curtain tonight, after nearly one year in the making, we’d like to take a moment and reflect on what went into creating the documentary, NC ComiCon: The Movie. 10,000 fans 3-days of ComiCon 70 hours of filming 9 months of editing 30 days
We are pleased to announce that Danielle Grantham has been hired as the brand’s first Client & Marketing Director. In this role, Danielle will focus on expanding current client relationships while also developing and implementing a marketing strategy to establish new relationships and opportunities. We are very excited to expand
Alert the media, post to Facebook, call your mother, because Amazing Studios is hiring! Officially today we are starting our search for a Client & Marketing Director. This is a full-time position based in the Raleigh-Durham area (sorry extremely qualified candidate who lives in Dubai, you need to be local).
We have an amazing announcement to make today. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our flight team here at Amazing Studios, we have applied for and received an FAA 333 exemption for commercial aerial work. This means several things, but for you our partners, it means that we
Amazing Studios received several industry awards at the 2016 Triangle Adfed American Advertising Awards, which took place on Thursday, Feb. 18th, in the Cotton Room in Durham NC. Amazing Studios was awarded 4 Silver Addy’s and 3 Bronze Addy’s.
The video production world has it’s own lexicon; if you work in the field long enough, you get used to the seemingly endless glossary of jargon and industry terms that get thrown around like balloons at a party. At least, I assume that’s what happens at parties. I never get
Its not easy being a YouTuber today. Youtube has grown into a competitive landscape where you are in an all-out war for attention. You are competing with fellow YouTubers, newcomers, Big money-backed stars like Jimmy Fallon, and random content that just goes viral. It’s hard to stand out. So it
We did it! That was the mantra around the studio when we got the final sign off from Campbell University that their project was done. Though some of us (Cliff I’m looking at you) had bleary eyes from late nights, we had never been more proud. It had been almost
My fellow Americans, we are sixteen years into the new century – a century that has already seen many changes in the industry of video production. But the state of the studio is stronger than it’s ever been!
Cliff and Peter talk about their favorite Christmas films. What films did they love as kids that didn’t hold up – and which of them still are classics? Follow Amazing Studios: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/amazingstudiosinc/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/amazingstudios1 YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcGqTt9bpcAE4Xfl-RacCSQ Medium – https://medium.com/nothing-short-of-amazing