• MNN Conference

    Yesterday, Twin Lens Media had the opportunity to participate in the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network Conference. It was an excellent time to meet and shake the hands of people who are representing nonprofit organizations all over the state. Daniela (from and I operated the booth for the day. We had a lot of great compliments to our booth that is was fitting for the theme of the day which was Technology. We had cameras setup with our cinema rig, an iMac and two iPads showing visitors content on our website, print pieces describing our company, and business cards galore. Here's a picture of our setup. Excuse the guy who is in the middle of the booth who obviously hasn't had any caffeine yet.

    All in all, it was a great experience and we ended up with a bunch of contacts. We look forward to working with everyone that we had the pleasure of meeting!

    Written by: Brian Tortora

  • Preparation for the MNN Exhibition

    A few weeks ago, one of our clients informed us about a conference coming up at the end of October hosted by an organization called Massachusetts Nonprofit Network. It's a day where vendors can exhibit their trades infront of hundreds of nonprofit organizations. So Brian and I talked it over, and decided to partake in this event. We hope to turn people's heads during the event as we plan on being the only video production company to be exhibiting! In preparation, we've printed some posters containing testimonials our clients have written for us, and outsourced a nice vinyl banner to hang above our booth. 

    We're also going to be assembling a couple of camera rigs to draw people's attention. This setup is one of our favorites. A Rhino camera slider with our Ikan Follow Focus and rail system, equiped with a Zacuto Z-Finder.

    Along side all of this stuff will be an iMac and two iPad's for our viewers to check out our website and galleries of our work.

    Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for pictures of the booth and updates on the event!

    Written by: Brian Tortora