It’s 2012 and it already feels like it’s going to be a great year! Many thanks to everyone who participated in or supported our 10th annual Charity CD. If you see any of those artists listed go see them and give them your support – They truly deserve it!
I am really excited about the newest member of our team, Cisco Marquez. He is an outstanding producer and videographer who has great creativity. His “Mad Chef” viral video had over a million hits! Stay tuned for some really cool stuff to follow…
We would like to welcome our newest member to the Eclipse Team, Cisco.
Cisco writes “I was Born in Guayaquil Ecuador, lived in the Bronx NY, raised in Federal Hill Providence RI. My daydreaming adolescence prepared me for what is now a life long passion of creating for video and film. It’s been over 18 years now and never grow tired of it, well maybe the grunt work but that’s the disgruntled aging part of me. I have the best and a very beautiful wife, Jill and 4 wonderful boys who at times help accelerate the aging process. Lol!
Through the eye of what has seemed like an extension of my body, my camera and I have experienced a whole gamut of emotions. This wonderful journey has taken me to this very special point in my life and that day dreaming child is overwhelmed with excitement, anticipating what new and awesome adventures we’ll experience next with Jim and Eclipse Recording. “
Check out some of his work on his YouTube Demo Reel below:
Cisco and Jim are spent their Friday the 13th following the Ghost Hunters team (Kris Williams and Amy Bruni) around Ripley’s original museum. We will keep you posted.
Richard, Bill and Ed from “Old Town Trolleys”. We were working on the voiceover for the Fort Jefferson National Monument Diorama in key West.
Guitarists and Producer Ricky Park brought his family, visiting from Korea, to tour the studio. We were honored.
Demetrius and his group CAV working on their debut record. These guys have some serious talent!
Eclipse was fortunate to be able to share a fun Saturday with Tracie Saad and her family and friends.
(left to right) Stephanie, Tracie.
(left to right) George and Cynthia.
Composer and App development partner Mike Levy laying down midi tracks for a new game for iphones and ipads.
Zack traveled all the way from Huntington Beach, California to bring in these two delightful young talents to add their voices to his animated featured film.
Wayne Johnston putting the finishing touches on his newest release “Unfinished Business”. He then completed his move to Pennsylvania, just in time for Winter, “Great timing Wayne, we’ll miss you brother!”
Jack Sharpless and Frankie Urzetta working on Jack’s latest release.
The Bocats gave Eclipse this very nice decoration for our walls.
Bob Patterson stopped by to give us an autographed copy of his new book “Dorothy”, while we were mixing Bill & Eli Perras’ latest release.
For more info. on Bob or to purchase your copy of his newest book, click the link below:
(below) Putnam County Environmental Council (PCEC) CD “River Roads- Songs About Florida Waterways, Then and Now”
(Click HERE to listen to a sample from our online store).
We were proud to produce this CD for these worthy environmental warriors. Karen Ahlers (Project Coordinator) says “PCEC is grateful to the fifteen Florida songwriters featured on River Roads and to Eclipse for making it possible to bring this compilation to the public. Floridians are learning about the state’s history, culture, and natural beauty while being blissfully entertained.”
“PCEC is putting the funds generated by the CD to good use as we continue to fight for Florida’s natural resources.”
“If you missed the sold-out CD release party in December join us on February 18 at Rodman Dam on the Ocklawaha River for the Rally for the Rivers party. There will be lots of live music by River Roads contributors.”
(more details coming soon to our website www.pcecweb.org)
For more information contact:
Karen: firstname.lastname@example.org call 352-546-3560.
Listen to the interview at the link below: