More about Rob Hursh, (continued from Home page).
Next up was producing the "The Small Stage" in 2003. The program spotlighted talented musicians through studio performance, interview and field segments. "The Small Stage" received an Award of Excellence at the 2004 Best of the Northwest Video Festival.
"Stepping Out" followed in 2004 and continued through 2006. Our video crew went around Seattle for edgy, news magazine style coverage of events and happenings. Our approach invited spontaneity which brought out the best in our interviewees and resulted in entertaining and informative content.
Since then, I have been keeping busy with a number of video production projects, including filming material and doing post-production for DVD titles and an on-line music museum, as well as shooting profile pieces and performance videos. A recent indie media project involved videotaping interviews with electric vehicle owners at the Greenwood Classic Car Show for a piece called "Gasless in Greenwood".
I continue to work on building a digital archive library of videos I have produced. This generates a bit of excitement on occasion, as the Seattle Weekly took notice in their "Reverb" Blog, with the East Portland Blog soon to follow.
If you have time, please click around this site and take a look at some of the clips. In addition, a virtual plethora of full-length shows are available here for your casual viewing. Or, simply check out dullfacerobsterboy's channel on You Tube.
Meet Rob Hursh