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Another customer success story.



Working on another customer story: Calgary based STARS. See it in action here.


Surrey, B.C.

Putting together a customer story for Esri Canada, about the City of Surrey, B.C.


Jack of all Trades. Master of None?

* Read my personal blurb, over at LinkedIn.

* Read about the origins of all this Jimboco stuff, in a four page comic, here.

* See my crazy, fast supercut demo reel here. (Revised slightly in October, 2020)  Slower version here

* The elevator pitch for my exposition and trade show services is now a beautiful pdf.

* The fastest way to connect with me is via email: You can also connect via Twitter or my general YouTube page.

* The home page of my website is

* Or, to simplify things, go to my Linktree page.



On assignment in Seattle, Washington, for the National Truck Equipment Association. I'll be producing a video that will play at the Work Truck Show in the spring. See it here.



For Lighthouse Program for Grieving, I helped out on video that will be used as an event "Opener" and assist in fundraising. Avid cyclists will gather for the cause. Pictured here is part of the shoot at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton Ontario.


New 'Toon.


User Conferences

Revised a video to help promote Esri Canada's slate of fall User Conferences.


Warner Bros.

Did some promotional work, covering a surprise showing of The Conjuring 2, on Friday the 13th. A treat for horror fans.


RFID Journal LIVE!

Was at RFID Journal LIVE! in Orlando this week. Will be creating a number of videos to promote their show next year in Phoenix. I produced my first RFID related video in 2002, and I've covered every RFID Journal LIVE! since 2006.



NAB - Las Vegas

In 2009, I finally made it to the big NAB convention in Las Vegas, and took in several days of seminars and product demos. I always intended to go back, but couldn't because of scheduling conflicts (except for a single day last year). Well, I finally did the whole thing again, and am now up to speed on... okay, you can't really be up to speed on everything. But, you can certainly be inspired. Pictured here is a Virtual Reality camera, a 32' x 24' screen in stunning 8K video, and a scene from a color correction demo in the AVID booth.