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“Solving Production Problems-The Swiss Army Knife Approach"/Celebro Studio Tour

  • 03/23/2023
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Celebro Studios — 1620 I St. NW, #1000, Washington, DC., 20006


  • Cash only
  • Cash only
  • Cash only

"The Swiss Army Knife Approach" Solving Production Problems-/Celebro Studio Tour

What does it take to have a successful field or studio production gig happen? How do you solve problems in the moment? What are the essentials to have on hand should there be a glitch, problem or unforeseen challenge? What are some ways you can improvise, make it work, or push through when things don't go right? This evening promises to offer great resources, ideas, tips and tricks to get things back on track when they veer off course.

Zeke Dowty is the Director of Production in Celebro Media's Washington,
D.C, where he runs both the gallery and studio teams. Zeke has directed
shows for BBC News, Al Jazeera, Sky and Newsmax. He also looks after the
look and feel of shows for our commercial and corporate clients.

Tanya Hutchins is a multimedia storyteller based in Washington, D.C. For 11 years, she worked for the Machinists Union (IAMAW) as a Communications Representative, shooting, editing and reporting news for videos on the union’s website, social media channels and app. As a one-woman-band, she covered organizing and collective bargaining at Boeing, the founding of the IAM Maine Lobstering Union and countless rallies involving union members. She also hosted the union’s weekly webcast for its entire three-year run. Tanya loves shooting profile and introduction videos, especially for non-profits. Her latest obsession is shooting Instagram Reels marketing videos for small businesses, through her new company, Hutch House LLC.

And- take a private tour of the world-famous Celebro Studios and their rooftop 'White House Studio', which offers a unique panoramic view of the White House, along with space for up to 200 journalists. As well as a fully automated four camera studio - and multiple inject studios overlooking the home of the US President.