Jensen featured (again) in Event DV Magazine. A few of the answers can be found in his recent Event DV Magazine article entitled ” Cash Cows in a. EventDV magazine – For those of you that are more of an event videographer this magazine is a must! I’ve only read a couple issues but have gotten a lot of. In my tens years of running my own business, I’ve never seen a magazine quite like EventDV. One that felt more like a family rather than a.
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That farewell video was amazing…. Ron, I think you summed-up many of my own thoughts about the magazine that was more that just another trade journal. Steve approached me the year after he approached you at the same convention and I have enjoyed my time writing for the EventDV community and working alongside some of the brightest minds and most exciting personalities as a columnist maagzine then contributing editor.
Wow, that is very sad.
Editor of the Frame. One whose dedication to its readers and industry was as passionate. As a person knitting together a video business and finding his way around EventDV was a key thing for me, magazone was very inspiring and insightful. All I can add is this: Best regards to all, Steve.
Thank you for seeing in me and my wife the potential to write a book. EventDV is part of my identity — the same way my own video production company is and the same way my local video association, the BCPVA is. Your energy and ambition have always been inspiring to me.
He quoted Bob Dylan in his good-bye. Hope Stephan is moving on to bigger and better things. Happy trails Steve and best of luck in your new ventures.
Thank you magxzine all your support, trust, loyalty, and most of all, your friendship. So losing this part of evenrdv public persona is as much of a milestone as when, 5 years ago, I started writing magaizne the magazine. I agree that have done amazing things for the video world and they will be missed, the campsite is definitely in a better condition.
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So it is with a sad heart that I write this blog post. I guess on the bright side, this change will give me more time to contribute to daredreamermag.
One that felt more like a family rather than a corporate entity. Thank you for caring. Thank you for seeing in me the potential to magaine a magazine contributor.
I like to call it “This American Life” for filmmakers. Creative Director at Mayazine Dreamer Media. Producer and host of Radio Film School. Regardless of the details it is unfortunate. One of the great thrills of the last years has been the opportunity to work with you and Tasra, both on EventDV and ReFocus. I know Laura loved her years as a columnist and will forever cherish it.
I for one will be looking forward to the next big thing you do. One whose editor, Stephen Nathans-Kelly, got so involved in knowing and understanding not only the industry itself, but the people in the industry. Posted on December 1, December 1, by Ron Dawson. The video below from Stephen does the best job in saying what should be said.