Today we shot an important public service announcement for our friends at SpringHaven, a domestic violence organization out of Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Thanks to The Greensburg Record Herald for covering the shoot and all those who volunteered to help out and be a part of it. More to come!
This was one of my favorite shoots we’ve done for Grit Creative. Very simple in idea, but powerful. The work that we’ve done for Kentucky’s Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles is some of our best. I’m very proud to continue to make great things with this team.
Frontman for The Waymore Outlaws, Mr. Tommy Townsend, has a new music video in the works. “Drinkin” will be the first single from Townsend’s forthcoming album “Turn Back The Clock” which was produced by Shooter Jennings and will be released via his label Black Country Rock. Thanks to my pals at Austin City Saloon in Lexington, Kentucky for letting us shoot there.
Today saw the release of Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band‘s new video “You Can’t Steal My Shine.” The song is the second single from the band’s ninth LP which was released October 5, 2018 via Thirty Tigers. Lots of great cameos with a great message.
No finer song written than “Paradise” by John Prine. Today we were in Muhlenberg County, the inspiration for the song with U.S. Representative Brett Guthrie. This is the third time we’ve been alongside Grit Creative on projects for Mr. Guthrie.
It was truly an honor and a pleasure to shoot some spots today for U.S. Congressman Hal Rogers. One of the most decorated politicians in Kentucky, Rogers is serving his 20th term and is the longest serving Kentucky Republican ever elected to federal office.
Today was our fourth shoots in as many weeks for Grit Creative. Joseph Blanton, who was up for Kentucky House of Representatives was our candidate. Blanton represents District 92 and we were in and around Pikeville shooting his campaign spots. These were some of the best spots we’ve done.