Stretch Media, My New Company, Makes LA Times Front Page!

Hi!  I’m very excited to report that the LA Times was so enchanted by Stretch Media’s jingle spot for Eat at Joe’s that they put us on the front page of the business section.  You can read all about it here.  Debrah Lemattre did the shooting and editing honors, I wrote the jingle and Creative Directed.  You can see the results on youtube: Eat at Joe’s in Redondo.

Now we’ve done another Italian-ish spot for Claro’s Italian Food Markets.  (Guess we’re going Italian.)

Anyway, check all this stuff out and by all means get in touch:  you can reach me at bill@stretchmedia.net.

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Put Us To Work For You!

I’m proud and excited to announce the launch of our new production company:

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(Click on the logo to visit the site.)

I say “our” production company because the super talented woman who runs it is my lovely wife Debrah Lemattre. Debrah is a tremendously gifted director, producer, photographer, editor and graphic artist. She can plan a project, shoot it, edit it, author the DVD, and make the packaging for it. No kidding. She’s a quintuple threat, at least.

As its name suggests, Filmanthropy specializes in doing film, video and graphic work for philanthropic groups and causes. Debrah has made Documentaries, Fundraising Videos, PSAs and Performance Films for the LA Free Clinic, Maria Shriver (and family), Physician’s Assistants, and many more. But she’s also worked on a host of “commercial” ventures. And of course, so have I. I have been on the Filmanthropy team, providing writing, music, animation and branding and positioning consultation.

Now, maybe you’re not a “philanthropic” organization. Maybe you like to make some money out of your worthy endeavors. Well guess what–so do we! We can bring the same budget friendly and brand savvy production techniques to your project that we use for our philanthropic clients. Check out the Filmanthropy A-Z page. I bet you’ll find something there that is just like a project you have in the works–or wish you did. Let’s work on it together!

Published in: on May 7, 2007 at 11:32 pm  Comments (2)