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It was Martha Louise Hill Gillette who finalized the donation in 1895, setting aside two acres of the land she inherited for the burial ground in honor of her parents and selling the rest of the parcel to David Chapman. The Hill-Dunn Cemetery is
Last year, it was Hue & Cry that turned heads with its run of awards at the annual Richmond Show. This year, it was another new name to the show that made waves, picking up the top prize in the ad awards’ production category. First-time competitor Cream took home the production best-in-show award for its show-open video for last year’s Richmond Forum. The motion design firm had been in business three years, made up of partners and co-owners Shannon Honaker, Ruth Newberry, Amanda Russell and Dave Swain. But the Cream team, which also includes executive producer Joanna Recinos, had never submitted work for the annual awards put on by the Advertising Club of Richmond. “That was a great surprise,” said Russell, who met Newberry when they were both in the former Media General’s broadcast department. Honaker and Swain go back to VCU and worked at NBC12 before collaborations on freelancing jobs led them all to team up and form their own studio. Describing themselves as equal business partners and friends, the four principals of Cream collaborate on all of their projects, using a “copilot” system where one serves as creative lead on a project and another serves as a second, to help bounce... Richmond BizSense recently sat down with Newberry and Swain, the creative lead and second respectively on their award-winning piece, to discuss Cream’s creative approach, the inspiration for that digitally-created video and how they come up with... Richmond BizSense: How did you come up with the concept for the Richmond Forum video. Ruth Newberry: We started out looking at the past speakers. Knowing that the topics that they’re covering really matter, I wanted to address that more than the person who was speaking, which the previous Forum open had. We started making a list of topics that had been covered and those that stuck out and could be translated visually, and then it was just trying to connect those pieces. I originally wanted something more colorful, but in the end, with the music and the script (by Carlos Chafin of In Your Ear Studios and Richmond Forum executive director Bill Chapman, respectively), it all felt like it needed to be more serene so... How the objects were coming up out of the flatness of the floor or being pushed into the floor – we wanted to talk about how people, when they go into the forum, they’re coming with their own preconceived notions and how we’re going to build on... Dave Swain: We really liked the idea of, in some cases, you’re taking someone else’s perspective and adding it to yours to create a new way of looking at the world, but in some cases, you’re subtracting from your viewpoint. RBS: Describe your creative process. RN: A client will come to us with a project, they’ll either have a script or they won’t. If they don’t, then we sit down and talk with them about what they want to get across, what is their goal with this piece. After we have the script hammered out, we all get into a room together if it’s a big enough project. Dave was my copilot on Forum, so he’s my second – that’s someone who you can bounce ideas off of in the beginning and form what we call a visual treatment, what visually is going to happen. Then we do a mood board, which is when we’re researching and putting style to it. That can be anything from a color scheme to pictures that can fill out a mood, sometimes music can be included. DS: Ultimately you’re telling some kind of story, whether it’s the story of someone’s company or their service or product. You might start with a script – usually that’s the starting point – then we sit down and figure out in a very general sense how do we visually represent all of these ideas, how do we do it in a hopefully unusual, creative way – not the most... RN: That’s one of the strengths of having four experienced animators in a shop: we can all get together and kick around all these ideas and rework the ideas, and as you’re going through the process, at any stage you can put your heads together and... Do you have creative stimuli you lean on. RN: We’re always looking at what’s out there. We’re on Vimeo,.
Russell's Thai Style Crab and Prawn Cakes (bread crumbs, crabmeat, eggs, fish sauce, coriander, black pepper, curry paste, green onion, lime juice, vegetable oil, shrimp)
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