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Archive for October, 2012

27
Oct

Movement in Still Life

Written by:  Matthew Perrin
Resident Ghost Writer

 

As all of us in the studio raise a collective cheer at the arrival of NASS, we offer an encore for the arrival of animator Allison Howle.  A fresh graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, this is the native Michigander’s first official foray into the industry of animation.  And though she is currently interning with us, Allison’s abundant talent may well lead to a position of greater permanence here at a Ghost Productions. Read moreRead more

20
Oct

NASS Hysteria

Written by:  Matthew Perrin
Resident Ghost Writer

 

For weeks now our blog has been abuzz about upcoming medical conventions, and our studio has been humming with the sound of myriad computer processors rendering the images and videos that our clients will use at these conventions.  You may be wondering what’s all the fuss about?  In a word: NASS.  Technically, it’s an acronym comprised of four words but, like SIGGRAPH, this trade conference carries a level of recognition and respect that belies its curious abbreviation.  2012 marks the 27th annual meeting of the North American Spine Society.  Each year, surgeons and device manufacturers alike flock to this meeting for a weekend of education, advertising, and networking. Read moreRead more

13
Oct

Anchored Yet Buoyed

Written by:  Matthew Perrin
Resident Ghost Writer

 

If you’ve been following the blog, you know that the medical conventions of autumn and spring make this our busiest season here at Ghost Productions.  This year, the influx of projects coincides with an influx of new talent.  Continuing this trend, we’re happy to announce the hiring of animator Rachel Anchors. Read moreRead more

6
Oct

A Knight Joins Forces

Written by:  Matthew Perrin
Resident Ghost Writer

 

The turning of the leaves signals the approach of convention season here at Ghost Productions.  As sure and swift as the march of the season, a yearly siege ensues.  Amidst the blazing colors of autumn, we battle against time to advance our artistry and the glory of our patrons.  Patience and experience are valuable allies in these times of hardship, for we expect no true respite until the white blanket of winter is worn threadbare by the constant caress of the spring sun’s rays.  Only then can we be assured of our victory; only then do we dare sigh in relief as the earth yawns and awakens.  But our success is ever precarious, and the lack of even one animator was cause for concern, until last week.  Even as Bret Farley swore his oath of leadership, another stepped forward to aid our endeavors: Jake Knight. Read moreRead more