Comments From Clients
I can't thank you enough for your creative contribution to “It's Out Air”. I felt like we were really in sync, and it was a pleasure to work with you. Hope we can do it again soon. Many thanks.
Beyond your obvious technical proficiency, I appreciate your sincere concern for capturing a complete and balanced suite of footage that will translate into a superior end product. You and your crew offer valuable counsel on how we can enhance certain shots without being assertive -- in fact, you do it in a way that makes it feel like great friendly advice. I find your expertise and insight to be very beneficial to me as a producer and most importantly to my client. Thank you for making me look like a hero!
Stacy R. Zotter
Producer, Knowledge Launch
slp3D sets a very high standard for the video crews we hire to support our live surgery webcasts on OR-Live.com. Our clients are major medical centers and medical device manufactures across the country. We take extra care in selecting the crew who works with us in front of our clients. That is why Martin Brown of Treehouse Productions shoots our pre-live material and supports the production of our live webcasts in the Southeast.
slp3D Healthcast Network
Throughout the process of developing, shooting and finalizing the video, your professionalism, enthusiasm and commitment to a superlative final product were evident. I especially appreciated the care you took in making the final edits which led to a very succinct but moving portrayal of our nurse anesthesia training program in Belize.
Nancy A. Kelly, MHS
Executive Director, HVO
I have always felt confident about the quality of the product that you would deliver and of your ability to work with my clients. It has always been apparent that you are dedicated not only to producing a superior product, but also to ensuring that the client was satisfied with the production process. With each project your extensive experience and knowledge was apparent.
William Coke Ariail III
Martin Brown served as the director for the first project I produced, a dramatized middle school video called “Gear Up: There oughta be a law.” He took me under his wing, and offered me endless amounts of support. He shared with me his vast knowledge and experience, and showed amazing patience with me, a first time producer. The professionalism and expertise that he brings to every project served as an inspiration to me for all future projects.