1. MARCH FOR BABIES 2015.mp4

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    I was the Director of Photography for this March of Dimes spot to promote the event.

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    • AAGD | Annual Toy Drive | Toys for Tots 2014

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      http://www.aagdallas.com/ AAGD Toys for Tots 2014 Apartment Association of Greater Dallas The Toy Drive Committee has begun their campaign to collect cash donations and to get properties in the DFW metroplex to sign up and join us in our annual toy drive benefiting the Marines Toys for Tots. We can?t do it without your help. AAGD/AATC members will celebrate the Holiday season with a festive Christmas Reception. The evening will feature an opportunity for you to become Santa's helper, as AAGD/AATC join forces with Channel 4 and the Marines Toys for Tots. This program collects toys for less fortunate children in North Texas. AAGD/AATC members were a huge contributor to the Toys for Tots program last year. And with your help, this year will be no different! We need your help in making this year's drive as successful as year's past. You may become involved by...donating a toy, providing your office as a toy drop location, promoting the toy drive or by making a cash donation for the committee to purchase toys. As in years past, all attendees at the Annual AAGD Christmas Reception are asked to bring an unwrapped toy for a girl and a toy for a boy to help further our effort. For further information about the Toy Drive or for an information packet, please call Paula Kelley, AAGD Director of Events at 972/385-9091. Exclusive Video | http://www.videoapt.com/tabid/213/VPID/4786/VP/2014ToysforTots/Default.aspx Flickr Photo Album | https://www.flickr.com/photos/aagdallas/sets/72157647379133904/ YouTube Channel AAGDTV | http://www.youtube.com/aagdtv

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      • Boot Camp Graduation

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        Reporter: Katie Banks Photographer: Matt Hensley BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — Nearly three dozen Blue Springs teenagers just capped off what was likely the toughest week of their young lives. On Friday, they completed a police-run boot camp meant to shock them into making better decisions. A drill and ceremony competition capped off 45 hours of rigorous workouts that tested mind, body and soul. “It’s been a long week,” said Sgt. Colby Lalli of the Blue Springs Police Dept. It was a week full of drastic changes. “They have more respect for authority,” Sgt. Lalli said. “They have more respect for themselves. They’re more disciplined.” Flashback to day one of camp when 43 troubled teens reluctantly started the program; some were there because of a parent, others by court order. Most were scared, defiant and thinking, “I’m going to die,” 17-year-old Wiatt Egelston joked. Of the 43, 11 teens dropped out. But over the next few days, those who stuck with it started to learn. “I learned how to become more of an individual,” said Jennifer Enfield. They also noticed themselves start to change. “I feel more like a leader,” Egelston said. “They’ve realized that quitting is not an option,” said Sgt. Lalli. The teens underwent major attitude adjustments applauded by family and friends at a graduation ceremony Friday afternoon. “I’m so proud of him,” said Mary Booth, Egelston’s grandmother. “Our family has gone through a lot of this and to see him go through this and rise above it, such a blessing.” As for the teens, they promised the progress made this week is just the beginning of their fresh start. “Our ultimate hope is that we’ve changed their lives to get them to think before they act,” Sgt. Lalli said.

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        • Bud's 90th Birthday

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          Reporter: Katie Banks Photojournalist: Matt Hensley GLADSTONE, Mo. — A WWII veteran and two-time Purple Heart recipient celebrated a milestone Wednesday night: his 90th birthday. But he never could’ve expected who would show up. Harold “Bud” Wilcox was surrounded by his five daughters, son-in-laws and grandkids for a party at his Gladstone, Mo., home. His wife of 65 years, Talhou, was never far from his side. Wilcox thought all his guests had arrived when he heard a knock on the door. It was a group of active-duty Marines who wanted to wish him a happy birthday. Moments later, a retired master gunnery sergeant showed up. Then several members of the VFW walked into his home, followed by Gladstone police officers and city officials. “Where did you guys all come from?” Wilcox asked with a big grin on his face. “Happy birthday!” they replied. When it was finally time to cut his cake, Wilcox was surrounded by friends, family and those in awe of his career in the Marines. He was once a proud Marine Raider who served from 1943-1945, and who has earned two Purple Hearts. He was also instrumental in getting Purple Heart emblems put on license plates for combat-wounded veterans in Missouri. “He’s a piece of history in the Marine Corps history books,” said Marc Carbonetto, a retired master gunnery sergeant. “What better person to talk to than someone who’s lived it. It’s amazing to be here.” Wilcox’s daughter, Julie Rupp, added, “He is the epitome of the greatest generation. It’s just time he gets recognized for everything that he’s done.” It was a milestone they celebrated together around the kitchen table – where Wilcox thanked everyone for coming. “I could cry,” he said choking back tears. “I think it’s a miracle, I really do, that so many people would come by and say hi to me. I appreciate this more than any of you people will ever know.”

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          • KIDS NEWS CHRISTMAS 2014

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            Produced by Vision Digital Cinema VisionDigitalCinema.com 816-200-2328 - KC Office 310-614-4380 - LA Office

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            • Storage Insecurity

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              WDAF Nov 2013 Sweeps Promo

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              • John McLemore on Fox 4 Kansas City

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                • Texas Weather report 101

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                  It's the same thing every year. The bad weather usually starts when Judge Judy is on TV, around 4 PM, and it stays on until we fall asleep.

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                  • paint paul

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                    Paul gets painted during his bachelor party at Fox 4 paintball park.

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                    • Rewards Apps: Hoax or money saver?

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                      FORT MYERS, Fla. – When you hear that you can save money and earn rewards for doing things you do every day, you probably think it’s too good to be true. A new wave of smartphone apps allow you to save with ease.

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