This & That
If These Bricks Could Talk
The oldest standing Fire Station in Charlotte was built in 1909. Like all great old buildings, this one's full of interesting stories that remind us of our link to the past. (Available on DVD)
A Bird Revealing the Unknown
Early in the morning. Huntington Beach State Park, South Carolina. Birds and other creatures in the man made fresh water marsh.
Save Our Signs
Celebraties eclectic and iconic signs in and around Charlotte. Every sign tells a story. Produced for Historic Charlotte, Inc. (Available on DVD)
Behind the Scenes-
Charlotte Chamber Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the Charlotte Chamber is a big event that takes over 7 months of careful planning and preparation. A lot of energy and hard work that goes into the final 2 days of putting it all together.
Victim of Our Own Success
1958 was a banner year for commerce in downtown Charlotte. The intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets bustled with activity. Then came the malls, and everything changed forever. (Available on DVD)
Cowbells in Dilworth
The Dilworth Neighborhood in Charlotte attempts to break the world record for the largest Cowbell Ensemble.
Ruth: Portrait of a Lady
Ruth Ann Stout of Plainfield, Indiana, was one month shy of her 93rd birthday when she talked about her life as a daughter, a wife, a mother and an artist.
One of several projections to accompany the live stage production of "Lombardi."
Projections created for a play by Moisés Kaufman, inspired by Ludwig van Beethoven's Diabelli Variations.