Well, the month of May in Boston is one of the two busiest months of the year in terms of events and production.Read More
This year Olin College celebrated its first ten years of educating some of the best math/science/engineering minds in the world. Multiple displays of amazing research, work, and fun and games were available to demonstrate how much Olin students have to offer, and how they've already changed the world in just ten short years.
Productive Media received the call to get footage of the event and all of the trimmings. There were multiple fascinating displays, demonstrations and most notably, enthusiasm for the the entirety of all of the science/math/engineering disciplines represented at Olin. The celebration concluded just a few hours before Hurricane Sandy made life on the East Coast a little, um, inhospitable.
Where to even begin this news item? This May we provided technicians, screens, projectors, flat panels, cameras, PA systems, webcasts and more for Brown University, Olin College, Boston University, Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, UMass Lowell, and at least one or two more institutions of higher learning that got included in the enormous equipment and manpower maelstrom that is the month of May in Boston.
At BU, Brown and UMass Lowell, we assisted our long time compatriots at Capron with people, cameras, PA systems and wireless mics, 60" flat panels, switchers, and projection.
At Harvard we provided technicians, camera, projection and screens for ATS, with whom we have worked since 2006. For Olin we provided sound, cameras and a webcast. In addition, the Communications Department at Olin then took our camera footage and edited it for their graduating seniors.
Oh yes, and a client conference webcast for a renewable resources investment group, a quarterly meeting for an automation company, a half dozen small projector rentals for meetings and graduation parties, shoots and edits for Liberty Mutual Insurance and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, events at Legal Harborside and Raytheon. . .Whew!