TMN017 – Multimedia Ninja Chris Stanford

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This week Bradford talks photography, drones, shooting in Africa, LUTs (Look Up Tables) for video and photography — and more — with multimedia ninja Chris Stanford.

Chris Stanford

Our multimedia ninja guest this week is storyteller (a.k.a., photographer, videographer, musician and much more) Chris Stanford.

Chris’s resume reads like a who’s who of A-List clients: AT&T, Adidas, BMW, Callaway Golf, Canon USA, Chevrolet, Chevron/Texaco, DirecTV, Dodge, Google, Jim Beam, Miller/Coors, Mountain Dew, Nike, Pepsi, PGA of America, TaylorMade Golf, Viacom, Capitol Records, Interscope Records, Island Def Jam, Sony Music, Warner Bros Records, Billboard, ESPN Magazine, Golf Digest, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, Time, & Vanity Fair.

Check out Chris’s awesome work at www.ChrisStanford.com.

(Chris was also mentioned in Episode 1 and Episode 14 with Harold Sellers.)

Recording Academy Event Next Week!

NARAS eventIf you are an active professional in the recorded music (and music business) industry (or a university student of same), don’t miss this event on 3/31 in Atlanta!

Hosted by Recording Academy Trustees Tammy Hurt (Placement Music) and Brandon Bush (Sugarland), this event features 411s on the GRAMMY process, as well as food, beverages, door prizes (including production time or a guest host/co-host spot with yours truly!) and a special performance by DJ RL Shine.

To RSVP, send your RSVP request asap to [email protected].

(For bonus points, use the hashtag #TheMultimediaNinja…or just tell ’em Bradford sent ya!)

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4 comments on “TMN017 – Multimedia Ninja Chris Stanford
  1. Jim Mason says:

    Wow! This guy is a true pro. Most informative and genuine.
    Thank you Chris and Bradford.

  2. Curtis Sample says:

    Very nice and most interesting! Especially liked the Spielberg references and the motion picture/frames discourse. Also can’t hate a Cannon man, even though I’m still very attached to my 70s Polaroid cool cam instant print for trips to the beach and holiday family photos.

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