Scene from a green screen shoot with McDonald's restaurant owners.


A well meaning client recently mentioned that they noticed that we tend to emphasize the cost aspect of our work, rather than the quality. The main reason is that I give people credit for being smarter than that. Seriously, what company is going to boast that their work sucks? People expect you to consider your quality top notch, at least. So generally, any self-claims to your quality being great probably get ignored.

What we like to do is let them see for themselves. First of all, we don’t merely put the prime examples of our work in our video gallery, we put samples of everything we do – both high and low budget. Next, we trust that they can pick up the subtle hints throughout our site as to our level of quality. You might notice that we were the in-house production company for BellSouth Corporation for 17 years. That included the 15 smaller companies that they owned. Do you think a major corporation such as BellSouth would have kept us around for 17 years if all we gave them was slag? We’ve brought this experience and expertise to the Raleigh video production arena.

You can also see from the testimonials that we’ve been working for several companies, small and large, for many years. We must be doing something right…right?

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First, the facts –

  • As of 2011, plumbers working in the United States made an average of $51,830, or about $24.92 per hour, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • With an expected job growth rate of 26 percent between 2010 and 2020, the employment outlook for prospective plumbers is excellent.

If you have any doubts about plumbing being a great career choice, has a great article for you.

An addition to our Career Opportunities in North Carolina series, this project was produced for US Careers Online and sponsored by American Standard Brands/LIXIL Water Technologies Americas along with Davidson County Community College(DCCC) and Wake Tech.

American Standard sent Vinny Arnese down to our studio from NYC. Vinny is a Regional Training Manager, and has a wealth of knowledge about the plumbing industry, particularly when it comes to plumbing as a career. He had some sobering facts about an impending shortage of plumbers.

Davidson County Community College has a plumbing program based out of, wait for it…Richard Childress Racing. Yep. We filmed interviews and b-roll at the Richard Childress Racing Museum in Lexington, NC as the students were learning gas line installation techniques.

More interviews with students and the instructor were shot at Wake Tech’s plumbing facility, which includes a mock-up of a framed house inside for the students to practice on.

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