About a year ago, Flying Moose Pictures completed a set of counselor training videos for The Bridge – realistic simulations of calls received at the center that can be used to educate student and staff counselors. Flying Moose recently checked […]
For the ninth consecutive year, Flying Moose Pictures has provided video capture for hundreds of actors who perform for the Theatre Bay Area General Auditions. For more details about our work for TBA, click here.
Nearly every day at Flying Moose Pictures, we receive a call from a prospective client who has discovered our services through a Google search, reviewed our portfolio, and looked beyond the charismatic megafauna in our company name at the prospect of trusting us with a vital task of visual communications.
San Francisco has the nation’s third-largest community of professional actors, and the Bay Area is home to over 400 theaters—so why is it best known for its thick fog, Dungeness crabs, rice “treats” and sea lions? Clearly, promoting the performing […]
Does Video Production Technology Really Matter? The history of video production is the history of amazing technological innovation that has given us strikingly high-resolution images at “prosumer” prices. The DSL camera revolution put 35mm size image sensors in the hands […]
Flying Moose designed and produced a music video of Gwendolyn Said for Rachel Garlin’s new album, Wink at July. The song draws inspiration from the poetry of the late Gwendolyn Brooks. The music video will be used to market Rachel’s 12-track […]
Flying Moose Pictures has supported Theatre Bay Area for more than a decade, capturing video of their General Auditions, teaching classes on media, and consulting with a huge number of their member theater companies. This year, TBA will hold its […]
Flying Moose Pictures just launched a new website. It’s our 4th or 5th website since we founded our video production company in 2000. Building a new website is a lot of work; designing the messaging and the look, gathering all the […]
It may not be a “free lunch,” but Flying Moose client American Conservatory Theater’s (A.C.T.) first annual MFA Awards Luncheon on January 24, 2012, promises to be entertaining. A.C.T. is a nationally known organization that boasts a permanent repertory company […]