We craft our work from the ground up, cause gravity prevents us from doing otherwise.
Simply put, our job is to make you look good and do it honestly. We fashion your image to the tune of video, which is our speciality. Viewers have wised up over the years. Tired concepts and esoteric business jargon fall on deaf ears. Our goal is to sow interest with personable videos true to your nature. So go ahead, give yourself a present.
Bryan Bankovich cannot be stopped on his evangelical quest to conduct the finest visual symphonies east of the Mississippi, south of the Mason Dixon line, west of the Atlantic, and north of the Tropic of Cancer. It’s something he’s been doing for decades, if not years. The cornerstone of the Newmerican empire, Mr. Bankovich likes to put his hand in just about every facet of our productions. In his time away from producing solid gold content, he can be found inhabiting the local cantina drinking pure rum or updating his blog devoted entirely to the stellar film "Space Jam." Sometimes both! A truly gifted individual all around.
Dennis Mora has been sharpening his writing and editing chops ever since co-conceiving Newmerica ten plus years ago. He has used every conceivable method to generate sparks of inspiration. Details on this process must be withheld due to sizing restraints and a few pesky court orders. When he’s not developing ways to hemorrhage milk from the noses of strangers, he likes to take bubble baths in the shower and raise money for charity by auctioning off refurbished kitchen appliances to homeless people. However, expression via moving pictures will always trump these extracurricular activities.
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Ask anyone who's encountered her end product, and they'll testify that Ashton's command of the moving image is clearly her worst quality. It's a miracle she's even on this list. She's probably here because she makes our Web sites and hard-coded herself onto the roster (Sorry, guys!). Or because she brings order to Newmerica's creative chaos with her methodological madness. Or because on any given project she's the runner, the business acumen, set designer, script supervisor, and second pair of eyes (She's got four!). She makes really good decisions, except that whole being-a-journalist thing a few years back. She's been much happier since she stopped having to tell the truth.
Being the great great grandson of Davy Crockett has its benefits. Just ask Patrick. For instance, his ability to control the weather with his mind, wrestle wildcats in the woods, and most importantly using his graphic design skills to portray a centaur in Second Life. When he isn't busy dominating the digital advertising world you can find him locked up in our basement, superimposing his talents onto our videos.