We manage the website for Reba McEntire’s charity, Reba’s Ranch House. Recently, Reba’s people called us and said they were going to have her in the studio to record some video, and asked if we had any ideas. We did! We wrote the script and then edited this video, which allows Reba to speak directly to her fans about the charity, its purpose, and how it helps folks who are help to care for loved ones in the hospital.
Audiobook for Weeper is released
It’s finally here! The audio book I narrated for author Greg Morgan is finally available. The novel is called Weeper, and it is set in the late 1800s in the Appalachian region, so I got to do lots of fun voices and accents. I’ll also promise you that Morgan has written an extremely compelling novel about a wide series of characters involved in the “death industry” (grave diggers, early embalmers, and of course the weepers, who were mourners paid to weep for the deceased). See links for the audio book below.
Looking for an eye surgeon in the Lake Travis area?
Recently Woody Creative redesigned and launched the new website for Lake Travis Eye and Laser Center. This site has a ton of good information, not just about the services that this practice offers, but a great collection of details about various eye conditions.
We spent two days off the coast of Palacios, Texas, to art direct and produce this beautiful video for our client, Turner Boatworks, which makes high-end, customized fishing boats for very happy and discerning fishermen. This was two long, hot days on the water, but it was a lot of fun. And we learned a lot about what makes these boats special. John Turner, the designer, spent most of his career running a redfish farm on the Gulf Coast. He also has been a professional fishing guide for several decades. After Johen sold the redfish farm, he decided that nobody made a fishing boat exactly as he wanted it, so he started designing his own, and ended up turning it into a business. Woody Creative also designed the Turner Boatworks website.
Growler USA, the popular brew pub in Central Austin, near the UT campus, offers 100 freakin’ beers on tap. They are beer experts … beer nerds, really. No, they don’t make beer, but they know stuff about beer and they are all about educating patrons about beer, helping them find what they like, learning about the process of making beer, etc. They asked us to help design an ad for the Austin Beer Guide. We said, “OK.” Looking at this again, we find ourselves thirsty for … beer.