This was an intro I came up with after shooting a larger project for the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, VA. My goal was to create an intro showcasing their memorial and the different elements inside.
The idea with this intro was to create a 40 second promo that could be displayed on their social media or shared with their donors to peak their interest and lead them back to this website or social media sites. Please check out www.dday.org , www.twitter.com/DDayMemorial , www.facebook.com/NationalDDayMemorial or call 1-800-351-DDay.
I’m a Creepin and a Crawlin is a song by Tim Elliott. The song and b-roll was shot and recorded with my Canon 7D while in a bare studio warehouse in Altavista, VA during a cold winter day. The interview was shot and recorded in my studio in Lynchburg, VA the next day. This is a first draft so to speak with the song when I recorded it. The final version of the song has been recorded at 16ton.com 16 Ton Recording Studios in Nashville, TN with Tim Elliott, Michael Esser and Michael Web and some others. For more of Tim’s music check out timelliottandthewheels.com and coming soon is VaudeVillains. The video was produced by Live Dream Share, livedreamshare.com
Waiting On The Sunrise is a video about Domestic Violence and the Children Services at the YWCA of Central Virginia. The video was produced for their Annual Purse & Passion Fundraiser that was held April 1st, 2011 in Lynchburg, VA. The video was shot, edited and produced by David Duncan with Live Dream Share, www.livedreamshare.com and the music was written, preformed and recorded by Michael Esser & Tim Elliott. The Hammon Organ was preformed by Michael Web. The music was recorded at Sixteen Ton Studios in Nashville, TN www.16ton.com . Special thanks to everyone who took part in this video. To find out more about the YWCA and their programs please visit www.ywca.org/centralvirginia.
Tim Elliott with Tim Elliott and The Wheels sat down to talk about the making of his song, Boomerang while at our (David Duncan Photography) studio. This video has several different elements in it. Video that we shot as he played, our interviews with him, his studio video shot while recording his new album and video clips and time lapse that I have shot over several years for different projects that fit the song. We also have the master track in this video as well. This is a cool look at what the artist, Tim Elliott, thoughts were when writing the song.