Prior to my current career in video, I produced a 2-hour weekly radio program, “This Week in AMERICANA”. It was the first show of it’s type, designed to play at commercial country radio, as a Trojan Horse to inject some of the quality of the Americana world into the mainstream. […]

First of all I have to admit Keith blames me for this idea, but it’s for his own good! It actually was my suggestion to Keith to re-arrange this famous piece of music for his amazing 27-string guitar, I imagined it would cover the full tonal range and show Keith’s […]


We’re fundraising for a film: Creative Spirit – Keith Medley and his 27-string guitar

“Creative Spirit” – a film about Keith Medley and his 27-string guitar Visit Kickstarter for much more, please copy link and share! Keith Medley is a creative spirit in numerous ways and a master of several artistic disciplines. But he remains a modest and humble, yet charismatic person who […]

Usually in this semi-regular series, I’ve gone back a few years to older projects I’ve produced. But this is a recent project that I shot in mid-September 2010, which has also turned out to quickly be one of the most popular videos I’ve done, thanks to Keith’s amazing talent really. […]


Story Behind The Shoot – Clint Walsh of Gnarls Barkley

This one was shot with our regular Gibson video team; myself producing & shooting, Nate Shuppert shooting & editing and Grant Johnson on audio. 2 cameras; Panasonic HVX-200, and location audio at our “studio” space the former Baldwin Showroom in Nashville. The studio consisted of a giant warehouse facility that […]


Story Behind The Shoot – Duane Eddy

Duane Eddy “The King of Twang”. Duane is a legend for his reverb drenched, whammy-bar wacked low end twang. Another amazing day shooting at his producer’s small project studio. This was a typical Gibson shoot with our 3 man crew (myself shooting an HVX-200, Nate Shuppert on 2nd HVX-200 and […]


Story Behind The Shoot – Scotty Moore

This project took place in Memphis in 2006. Scotty met us with his ES-295 that he had just “borrowed” for the occasion from the Rockabilly Hall Of Fame next door to the Gibson Memphis factory right off Beale Street where this took place. Apparently Scotty can borrow his guitar from […]