What's New...2011!
These are the latest projects!

2011 is off to a great start! 

We started the year by completing a video for Zero Emission Systems, a company that has developed a hybrid battery system for trucks working in the Port of Houston and, for the fourth consecutive year, TKPS produced a series of educational and entertaining videos for Tractor Supply Company's Tractor University Leadership Training Series.

In early spring, the United Methodist Publishing House began promoting "Worship and Song", a new hymnal with exciting music and new arrangements of favorite traditional music. TKPS attended the kick-off event, gathering video testimonials as attendees left the introductory sessions.  We followed up by using these testimonials, creating animation from the brand graphics and editing promotional videos for the product website. 

Working alongside Stonebrook Media, we helped Hunt Brothers Pizza, a fast growing Nashville company, fulfill their dream of launching a company-operated training website.  TKPS and Stonebook helped our client conceive the architecture for the site and produced over 15 product- and task-specific training videos for team members in the field.

Post production on The Digital Disciple, an exciting and hip video lecture series written and produced by Adam Thomas, a very talented young writer and Episcopal priest, was the next project for us this spring.

Working again with our good friends at Stonebrook Media, we produced the first of several projects for O'Charley's Restaurants. These projects have covered everything from new menu rollouts to how to carve prime rib and use knives safely in the process.

Because Tennessee has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the country Parents Know, Kids Grow, a non-profit agency created a video to promote a program which helps young parents gain vital information on infant nutrition, growth and development.  It was our honor to be chosen to produce this important video PSA.

In June we put the mission of Tractor Supply Company, "To work hard, have fun and make money by providing legendary service and great products at everyday low prices" to work with four short videos showing the 'how' and 'how-not-to' of customer service, proper scheduling, product knowledge training and being 'task focused'.  The videos were used as part of TSC’s Leadership Meeting series.