Granny Weekly Pilot Episode

Pilot episode for a youth-based comedy series centering around a rather unusual Grandmother and her perpetually-bewildered and oblivious grandchildren. The pilot was filmed in Spanish, though the series would likely only be continued in English.

Agent W

So this video is from Father’s Day 2013. Yeah, we’re a little late… Don’t worry, though! Mr. Dad got it in time, we were just a behind putting it here on the website. Couple of disclaimers: this is the latest “Father’s Day” video that the Richardson family produced for their awesome Padre, so that means it’s chock full of inside jokes and personal references. Thus, you may not “get it” or think it’s funny, and that’s okay; it wasn’t meant for you (with all due respect!). Also, it was a “family” production (broken record), which means we’re not the greatest actors and some of the family members helped with filming, so things may be a little shaky or blurry in places, and for that: we’re sorry. Bottom line: try to cut loose and enjoy, and see just how crazy and fun family can be! See you on the flip side…and don’t forget to tell your Dad you love him.

The Greatest Gift

This was a recent project for the Circleville Church of Christ in which the speaker wanted to present 1 Corinthians 13 (the “Love” chapter) in a new way.


This was an experimental video by Rise Up to play with some elements we weren’t familiar with prior to the project. Unfortunately, we had some issues with the audio in post, but take a look (and listen) and make your own call.

Night of the Fluffy

Reader (rather, Watcher), beware! Night of the Fluffy is nonsensical goodness at its best. This is the fourth video (and first of the “Fluffy” trilogy) in a series of service projects for the community of Circleville, Ohio. Sometimes, business is secondary to giving back to society. This series of short films is our attempt to humor the children of Central Ohio (and the world) as well as generate an interest in them for the digital arts. Please keep in mind that it was made for children ages K-8th grade, so the plot/jokes/effects are geared for that range. Regardless, we tried to keep it intelligent too, so the adults should enjoy this as well.