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Anonymous Art Producer Offers Tips on Estimating

This behind-the-scenes post comes anonymously from a source well ensconced in the industry and offers a bunch of insights into the life of the art producer.   1,272 more words

Notes From A Rep's Journal

The Morning Quote

Human bowling jacket Maine Governor Paul LePage (thanks Charlie!) left a voice mail to Democratic State Rep. Drew Gattine:

“Mr. Gattine, this is Gov. Paul Richard LePage,” the audio recording says. 74 more words

In Their Own Words

In Their Own Words: Letters From History

We are pleased to announce that Daniel Mays is part of an exciting project from Audible, The National Archives, and Bloomsbury:

IN THEIR OWN WORDS… 322 more words

Daniel Mays

Sharing the Vision: Andy Anderson Explores the History and Craftsmanship of the W.C. Russell Moccasin Co.

In the world of advertising and photography, there are always so many conversations about the project before anything is actually photographed.  But many times, when the project is complete, we only show the images and do not tell the story behind the images.  683 more words

Notes From A Rep's Journal

How Did Tim Tadder Turn A Behind the Scenes Video of Simone Biles Into a Full Blown TV Spot That Aired Prime Time During the Olympics?

Watching Simone Biles during the Olympics was absolutely exciting.  But knowing that Tim Tadder and his amazing crew got to photograph her for Upshot and Core Power and then see those ads in print and on air during the Olympics made watching her all that more meaningful.  891 more words

Notes From A Rep's Journal

Pick An Ancestor, Any Ancestor

I was feeling a bit overwhelmed about what (or who) to write about next so I decided to just close my eyes and pick a name from my tree and see what I could share about him or her.  545 more words

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In Her Own Words... (Alex)

It’s a privilege to watch these women’s lives change through God’s grace and mercy. And it’s a gift when they share the details of their story here. 1,363 more words

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