Summer often brings memories of adventures to pools, camping with friends or family, and that great–albeit brief–feeling of relief when scratching a mosquito bite.
With rising temperatures also come interns. And when these eager young minds have a cup of coffee in the morning, they are not only a very productive human resource, but also passingly pleasant workplace companions. [..more]
Family & Children’s Place honored Videobred with the Volunteerism Award for continued dedication at the organization’s Blue Ribbon Awards in April–Child Abuse Prevention Month. Jamie Pence, Annie Ratterman and Steve Hurst were in attendance to accept the award. [..more]
It’s that time again, time to spotlight one of Videobred’s finest grads. Theresa Beames is this month’s featured Alum. Owner and Producer at Essential Media, Theresa is all about telling stories. Her unique style and vision brings each project to life in a magical way. Many of her clients include The Urban Bourbon Trail, YMCA, Bellarmine University and The Galt House Hotel. Anyone that knows Theresa is immediately taken with her kindness and infectious laugh. We are fortunate to still collaborate with her on projects, and happy to hear her memories and wisdom captured below. [..more]
It started with a hole in the fence outside Churchill Downs. The teenage versions of Dave Shulhafer and Bob Manning, the eventual founders of Videobred, used this hole to gain free entry into the track on days they didn’t feel like wasting at Manual High School. On Derby Day, an enormous man stood guard in front of their hole. He made them pay $5 to crawl through. That’s how their love for horseracing, especially the Kentucky Derby, developed. [..more]