Go To Team's Video Camera Crew in Nashville has been shooting terrific footage using high definition. Please take a look at what we’ve been up to.
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Recent Video Posts from Nashville
Texas Motor Speedway recently hosted their April NASCAR race. I just love it when NASCAR comes to town. This time I was shooting for NASCAR Media Group. Jeff Burton’s sponsor, Caterpillar, wanted footage of their hospitality tent, the new paint scheme, and the race. I was shooting on the Panasonic HDX 900. After picking up [...]
I recently worked for hotel chain, Motel 6. They were one of the sponsors of the Cinco De Mayo Festival in Dallas, TX. It was at this festival that masked wrestler, M-6, made his debut. M-6 is part of a new marketing campaign put on by Motel 6. Get it? M-6/Motel 6. Classic. I was [...]
March Madness is coming up and that means a trip to Harding University. They recently won the title of “Best Road Trip Destination in College Basketball.” We went out there to see why. We shot the Enterprise Rent-A-Car sponsored segment on two HDX 900s and a couple of Go Pros. Our day started in Little [...]
I was so pumped to head down to Austin for South by Southwest. Everybody has been telling me how awesome that city is and I couldn’t wait to check it out for myself. I was covering the South by Southwest festival for E! News. Armed with the faithful HDX-900 I headed down to the capital [...]
By now I’m sure most of you have heard about the tragic murders of Texas District Attorney, Mike McLelland and his wife. I was called in by NBC News to shoot some interviews with the children of the slain DA. I headed down to Mexia, TX with my trusty Panasonic HDX 900 to get the [...]
Go To Team in Tennessee
Go To Team crews love Tennessee shoots because of it's diverse professional and college sports, enormous music environment and a rich southern cuisine.
Our crews covered the University of Tennessee football team in their '09 season. Tracking not only the players, but the fans. Go To Team DP/Partner, Skip Clark, enjoyed the trip to Knoxville for 5 home games and has become a fan of Vols fans.
Go To Team cameraman, Nick Modisett spent time in Tennessee in '09 as well shooting Vols basketball. Infinity Luxury Cars teamed up with ESPN to profile NCAA coaches on how they motivate and inspire their players, both on and off the court. The interviews focused on personal stories of how each coach encourages, energizes, and helps produce, not only better athletes, but better people.
POOP! That was the story, cameraman Jimmy Hall shot for MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show in Johnson City Tennessee. In observance of "Geek Week" on The Rachel Maddow Show, Jimmy covered Kent Jones visit to ETSU's Paleontologist Jim Mead to discuss his extensively-catalogued collection of animal dung.