Giving Back

Deidra Dee StolhandGiving Back, Just for Fun

I repeatedly say that one of the most rewarding aspects of our business is the people that we meet and work with everyday. We are blessed to have many repeat customers that are like extended family to us as well as new customers that walk through our door everyday. I love the energy that fills the air when we listen … Read More

Happy New Year!

Jeff StolhandCommercials, Film Transfer, Just for Fun, Music Video, Production

It’s a Wrap on 2013… Roll Camera on 2014! At Expressions in Video we are lucky to work with so many wonderful friends, clients and partners. Oftentimes the lines between those three categories blur. Clients become friends, partners become friends, and so on.  In 2013, a lot of fun things happened for both us and our friends and clients. Texas actress, Mary … Read More

Sizzle Reel for Maxwell PR

Jeff StolhandJust for Fun, Sizzle Reel, Web

Sizzle Reel – Impacting your Audience Do you want to captivate your audience? Do you want to motivate your client base? Then a sizzle reel may just be what you need. Expressions in Video has been producing sizzle reels for its clients for over ten years. We recently completed this reel for our client Maxwell PR and Travel Oregon.   … Read More

Top Ten Home Video Tips

Jeff StolhandJust for Fun, Production

Want to Shoot Better Home Videos? Here Are Our Top Ten Home Video Tips As quality gets higher and price gets lower on great video cameras, there is no reason not to record those special moments. Here are our top ten home video tips. Use these tips to make your home videos more enjoyable to shoot and more fun to … Read More

Austin Video Production Amongst the Bluebonnets

Jeff StolhandActing, Commercials, Just for Fun, Post Production, Production

Austin Video Production Amongst the Bluebonnets   As the summer comes to a close, we wanted to share this sweet commercial that we recently shot amongst the spring bluebonnets of Austin, Texas. Featuring Austin based actors Katie Folger and Devin Bonnée, both from Emily Hagin’s “Grow Up Tony Phillips,” this is part of a series of commercials for Trillion Media. … Read More

Austin Animation: Protect Eddie with Dell Encryption

Jeff StolhandJust for Fun, Post Production, Production, Web

Austin Animation: Animation is Alive and Well in Austin, Texas Here is a fun piece written by Zane Rutledge and Jeff Stolhand. This short, entitled “Protect Eddie with Dell Encryption,” was created for Dell and BW Films.  It features classic voice over by Rolf Saxon juxtaposed to the goofy “geek-culture” animation by Zane Rutledge. The corporate video delivers its message with … Read More

You Shook Me All Night Long

Jeff StolhandActing, Just for Fun, Production, Web

Okay, we didn’t actually shake anyone all night long, but we did shoot all night long.  The MadHatterCollective founded by Zane Rutledge, Paul Gandersman, Gray Haddock and Jeff Stolhand shot from dusk ’til dawn on the web series (and potential TV pilot) Do-Overs.  The shoot took place at the ominous Seaholm power plant in downtown Austin and featured Ben Wolfe, Drew … Read More

New National TV Spot

Jeff StolhandJust for Fun, Web

Our new National TV Spot for Carino’s (co-written and co-directed by Zane Rutledge and Jeff Stolhand) hits the web and TV. Reposted from ZaneTV:  A sweet little Italian grandma and Carino’s executive chef, Chris “Chef Peit” Peitersen, go head to head in our latest commercial for Carino’s Italian. Shot on RED by Paul Gandersman and Gray Haddock, this fun spot … Read More

Texas PTA

Jeff StolhandJust for Fun, Production, Web

Working with kids is always fun.  But these kids were particularly fun.  They were smart, well-spoken and had great attitudes.  All of this added up to an enjoyable shoot resulting in a fun video discussing the Texas PTA.

The Little Things

Jeff StolhandJust for Fun, Production

Sometimes it’s the little things that make your day. Today while tech scouting a location for a shoot tomorrow I had a pleasant surprise. The owner of the location had re-created a replica of a 60’s juke joint in his own backyard. But not only that, everything in it was authentic; the bar stools, the juke box, the 45s in the juke … Read More