Creative Edge Project Launch November 2012. I had forgotten to post this one, until the client asked me for more copies on DVD. Just good stuff this - giving the Arts an edge in business. From the Whitaker Institute at NUI Galway
Had some serious issues with email last week. While I was enjoying a well needed break in sunny Westport, apparently my email server decided it also need a break from the daily grind. If you are awaiting a response from me on anything you sent last week, could you please resend, as chances are I did not get your original messages.
Much apologies for any inconvenience caused.
We're delighting to be providing video and audio services for the HPV and Head and Neck Cancer Symposium on May 17 in NUI Galway. See this little video we did for more info.
Now that we're in the game of producing Health Promotion Videos, can we call ourselves Dr. Video?
Here's something we did for NUIG's EXPLORE Project.
Camera/Director: Cormac Staunton
Editing: Micheál O Tháiltigh
Producer: Diarmuid Coughlan
Very pleased to announce that we successfully completed Webcast testing today. Our first LiveStreaming event with be for Galway Early Music's contribution to European Early Music Day on 21 March. We are very pleased to be using the latest technology to help bring our history to the world. Will announce the link to our livestream closer to the date.
Last December we had the honour of filming the final of NUI Galway's Threesis competition. Lecturers, students and staff of NUIG had just 3 minutes and 3 slides to describe their work. The result was one of the most fascinating evenings of academic excellence, but all done in a lightening style. Have a look. Worth it to see what goes on at University. Brilliant stuff.
Jan 14 2013 Mrs. Mary Robinson in conversation with Fintan O'Toole in front of 750 people at NUI Galway's Bailey Allen Hall. We provided the live video feed for the event. Just finished editing and dropped off to NUI Galway, who will make it available on their web site.
Staunton Media wishes all its clients, staff and friends a very prosperous New Year.
We're already back at it, working on editing video for NUIG's THREESIS competition. This competition challenges the University's staff to present their research work in just 3 minutes with no more than 3 slides. The 15 finalists were absolutely top class, delivering lightening talks that were both informative and entertaining.
We will be posting links to the videos once they have been approved and uploaded by the good folks at NUI Galway.
Here the lineup for SoundBusting this coming Wednesday at Galway's Electric Garden.
-Soundwave -Craig Watson
-GIRT Mobile-Aonghus O'hEocha
-Breaking Tunes-Angela Dorgan,
-'Learning the ropes'-Michael Nestor
-45Sound -Catha Furey,
-'Stories from behind the Mixing Desk'-Paul (Deisel) Dezille
followed by DJ set by Cormac Staunton and live music from ImYourVinyl from 9.00pm -10.30pm
Testing one two, one two, one two. ... In celebration of International Sound Engineers Day, we are delighted to bring you an free evening of music and technology in recognition of that most badly treated of all professionals, the Sound Engineer ..
The event will take place on Wednesday 12.12.12 in the Electric Garden & Theatre and features live music from I'm Your Vinyl DJ, lightening tech talks and a very special guest speaker, Galway's most Australian Sound Engineer, the one and only Diesel.
See #SoundBusting for more details