I want to provide clients with videos that won’t bore their audiences to death... to develop fresh ideas and clever scripts... and to produce videos that don't look like everyone else’s. Catch the PURE PASSION that I share for video content creation!
Research is critical to make good decisions for my clients about direction and visual presentation. Understanding my clients and their audience is key. I place tremendous value on the developmental front end of video projects.
If you can think it then I can produce it. I do, however, have more experience in some arenas than others. I am very comfortable producing TV commercials, general branding and promotion videos, instruction videos and speaker presentations.
In the music video award-winning artist, Alathea, translates the true story of an Appalachia Service Project (ASP) volunteer, Casey Crandall Sperlazzo, into a moving music video. Sperlazzo, a volunteer with Appalachia Service Project since age 14, first wrote the story as a high school essay. When the story was picked-up by editors of the book, "Chicken Soup for the Volunteer's Soul", the story took on a whole new life.
The Fiddleheads title track, Goodbye L.A., was produced to be used for both a music video, and a promotional campaign video for their home town, Dahlonega/Lumpkin County Georgia. Partnering with the Dahlonega/LC Chamber, the Downtown Development Authority, The LC Development Authority and VCPTV.com, this video showcases the many cultural, recreation and relaxation activities the mountain area has to offer.
VCPTV.com helped Maxxis Tires corner the market on extreme sport tire sales in the US by helping this Taiwanese company brand to a hardcore US audience. This is a 30 second commercial spot that aired on The Speed Channel and TBS. All of the video footage was directed by Scott Gray and shot by VCPTV.com field production extraordinaires.
Maxxis Tires wanted to brand 'sexy' to their Z4S tire line in this 30 second spot. Auto mount systems were engineered to showcase the product as Scott Gray and his VCPTV.com team took to the streets in Atlanta for several days and nights of production.
This is the official trailer for the award winning documentary, "The Legend of the Smith House Mine" which has been used for Georgia history education within the public school system of GA. Scott Gray was the director/producer of this outstanding documentary that highlights the Dahlonega gold rush, and a secret mine discovered under the famous Smith House Restaurant and Inn.
Appalachia Service Project is an organization who is making a difference in the lives of Appalachian families. Warmer, safer, drier is their motto. VCPTV.com is honored to work along side ASP to produce a series of docu-shorts that help raise awareness and generate funding to continue this outstanding service. Listen to ASP families share their stories of struggle and hope.
This short video is one of five video memes produced for a targeted multimedia branding campaign for Gordon State College. The client provided the soccer player. Special FX expert, Nate Tull, provided the direction and visual effects that make this meme grab attention. We often assist clients in the development of innovative ideas for branding.
This video is one of a a series of videos that resulted from a collaboration by the media staff at First Baptist Cumming and the VCPTV.com team for a capital building campaign to raise funds to build a new building for the Children's Ministry. Each individual chosen is a FBC member who is involved in, or has been influenced by the Children's Ministry. Dolly moves and an over-cranked frame rate combined to produce outstanding slow motion results.
We've been working with The University of North Georgia to provide branding and promotion videos for close to a decade. Partnering with a single production company over a period of time allows universities to benefit from the accumulation of footage that can be used by many different departments for many different projects. We appreciate UNG and the close client relationship that we have established that has resulted in many exceptional video productions.
This 30 second seasonal commercial was developed to promote tourism in Dahlonega, Georgia. VCPTV.com co-produced this spot along with the Dahlonega Downtown Development Authorities where it runs on Comcast in strategic regional areas.
The gift of music is a foundational cornerstone in Scott’s life serving both his passion as a film producer, and as a worship leader. As a young boy growing up in the 70’s, Scott spent his time shooting short films with Super 8mm film cameras and learned to play the drums and guitar. Music and film continued to march hand-in-hand as he became known for his pioneering work within the extreme water sports industry. Scott’s work in the water sports arena 25 years ago has left an indelible mark as he achieved award winning video imagery only achieved by GoPro cameras of today. Scott also made his mark in the competitive sport of barefoot waterskiing winning a National Championship and competing within the professional ranks for many years.
After retiring from professional skiing, Scott focused on his multimedia production business branching out into a myriad of different arenas that included production in the hunt industry where he worked with mega successful television shows such as Bill Jordan’s Real Tree Outdoors, Buckmasters and North American Fish & Game. Again, Scott paved the way for the outdoor shooting styles still seen in today’s programming.
Trying to scratch the adrenaline itch, Scott leaped into auto racing where he competed in late model short track racing. Production techniques continued to evolve as auto racing stretched the limits of production equipment where Scott learned about camera auto mounting techniques that would later be used to produce award winning video products for Maxxis Tires and Yamaha Motor Sports.
Somewhere along the line Scott traded in his drums for a Gibson Les Paul guitar. This path ultimately lead him into an opportunity to lead contemporary style Christian worship where he fills his creative gas tank songwriting, singing and playing guitar. Faith plays a vital role in his life as he shares God given passions and gifts through songs.
Scott’s creative genius is fueled by his passion for music and his attention to visual impact and detail. The two arts are still working hand-in-hand today. Evidence can be found in the various music videos he has produced over the years, and the attention to soundtrack selections and scores for all his productions. No matter where you take a glance into Scott’s life you will find one common theme... PURE PASSION.