There are two sides to every story…well, sometimes three. 3D that is. Watch as member, Virginia Multimedia, tells our stories of the past, present and future. Using 3D imaging and drones to augment film and voice over work, enjoy virtual visits to beautiful gardens, Revolutionary battlefields, and holiday symphonies. Radio personality “Flyboy Hutch” combines his love of aviation with his artistic talents to produce these amazing videos.
What would you like to share about your business or organization with our members?
We use the latest technology in 3D Imaging and drones to tell stories about Danville, Southside and other areas, with over 100 videos on our You Tube channel “Flyboy Hutch”. It includes a scenic tour of Patrick County that we recently did for their Department of Tourism. We just finished producing concert videos for the Danville symphony Orchestra so that they can still reach people with their music. They are on YouTube.
What’s an interesting fact about your business most people don’t know?
We produced the Revolutionary War documentary “The Crossing of the Dan” telling the story of how we were losing the war, and it was turned around in the area of South Boston. The DVDs are gone (it was a fundraiser for them), but you can watch it on You tube by Putting “The Crossing of the Dan” in the search box.
Why did you become involved in the SPTC?
Talking to people using tech. It is the people’s ideas and experience that makes tech more usable and applicable.
How does being a member of the SPTC help you?
Exchanging ideas and camaraderie. Seeing others innovate is a great motivator.
What technology innovation have you uncovered prior, during, or post the COVID-19 pandemic?
New uses for remote communication.
What positive impact have you witnessed during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Most people are a bit more focused and a lot more open to adapting new work and communication processes. I’m also on the air at WAKG/WBTM and I see people there becoming more resilient in their approach to work (and it’s a creative business, so they were pretty resilient prior to COVID).
Name one thing tech-related that you have learned in the last month?
Learning more applications for video and audio software. We have creative people working with us who are constantly coming up with innovated approaches to using tech to tell stories.
The SPTC Board of Directors are excited to share the good news that’s happening with all of our members. For more information on Virginia Multimedia visit www.virginiamultimedia.com or call 434-549-3969.
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