"We love working with Brian and Brian. They produced a terrific video about our pioneering iPad initiative, which has generated a great deal of traffic on the Regis website and YouTube channel. We use the video for enrollment marketing and alumni outreach activities, and viewer response has been wonderful. We also hire the Brians for still photography for our college magazine and other important publications. They are an absolute pleasure to work with - a sentiment shared by senior administrators, faculty, students and, of course, the communications office staff. I highly recommend them."
Peter Kent, Director of Communications, Regis College.
"It was a pleasure working with Brian Smith and his partner, Brian Tortora, on a video entitled "Recovery through Employment" for The Edinburg Center. They worked closely with us throughout the process, from determining the focus of the video to the logistics of the shoot and the final product. They were professional, creative, and very respectful of our staff and the individuals we serve. This was a wonderful opportunity for people to express and share with others what employment means to them. In addition, everyone who was featured in the video had a great time. We look forward to working with Twin Lens Media in the future!"
Gail Rogers, Director of Development, The Edinburg Center.
"Last summer Brian Smith and his associate Brian Tortora filmed a video which detailed the construction of our catboats. Their professionalism and artistic eye for detail truly captured the image that we were hoping to present. The teamwork they displayed and their dedication to setting up just the right angle and lighting for each shot is evident in the final product. The response we've received from customers who have viewed the video has been overwhelmingly positive. I wouldn't hesitate to use their services in the future and wholeheartedly recommend them."
Geoff Marshall, President, Marshall Marine.
"I've know Brian for several years and have always admired his photography. I'd been thinking about having a video of me and my work produced but had yet to find a filmmaker whom I felt confident and comfortable with. When he told me that he was expanding his practice into video production I was excited and knew that he would be able to capture the subtleties and nuances of my art and personal expression. I was not dissappointed. Brian and his partner Brian Tortora are observant, sensitive, creative, imaginative, and their attention to detail is unmatched. We are already in conversation about our next project together."
Steven Branfman, Raku Potter, Founder and Director, The Potters Shop and School, Teacher, Thayer Academy.