The McKenzie River Corridor presented by EWEB.

I was very fortunate to work with Lance Robertson the Public Affairs Manager for the Eugene, Water & Electric Board (EWEB). Mr. Robertson was fabulous to work with and unfortunate for him but, fortunate for me, very trusting in my ideas. And very patient. I can't speak highly enough of the man.

Although I have been shooting stills and video aggressively for nearly 18 years, I'm relatively young in the production industry, perusing this line of work only in October of 2006, I often doubt my ability to produce acceptable results. But it certainly helps to have clients behind you, trusting in you, and supporting your efforts. EWEB was that type of client.

I have to thank Kari Westlund, President & CEO & Sally McAleer, Vice President of Integrated Marketing of Travel Lane County, also known as Eugene, Cascades & Coast, for their part in this project. They were the ones that gave recommendation.

Also, "big thanks" to Judy McHugh, Public Affairs Officer with the Willamette National Forest, a fascinating woman that was an absolutely wonderful to work with. Great company and conversation.

Last but not least, thanks to Randy Dersham of Eagle Rock Lodge Bed & breakfast Inn, a last minute addition to the video. Randy, as you can see, ended up being a great contributor to the project. Thanks for taking the time to speak with me on camera.

eweb.org
travellanecounty.org
fs.fed.us/r6/willamette
eaglerocklodge.com

Camera: Canon EOS 7D using EF 28-135 IS USM kit lens
Edit: FCP2
Color: Magic Bullet Looks
Music: Digital Juice

©2010 EWEB
& Paul W Reynolds Video Services
paulreynolds.tv

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