Atlanta, GA (August 21, 2007) — Crawford Post Production has been working on a number of award-winning and acclaimed music and video productions, including a Terence Blanchard music video, a Gospel Music Television concert and the upcoming independent film Good Intentions.
A nominee for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards, Terence Blanchard’s “Flow – Living in the Stream of Music” was a contender alongside Madonna and Bruce Springsteen for Best Long Form Music Video. The around-the-world footage for “Flow” made its last stop at Crawford, where audio engineer Greg Crawford designed the final audio mix, Tom Roche added the finishing video touches and Crawford’s DVD team created menus and authored the DVD. It was produced and directed by Moving Pictures’ Jim Gabour.
Gospel Music Channel’s “Celebrate Freedom 2007” concert coverage came to Crawford to prepare the content for broadcast. Crawford’s artists Greg Crawford, Steve Warner, Ron Heidt and Curtis Elder along with Gospel Music Channel’s Logan Hirsh and Dick Connell were responsible for the final audio mix, video conform, color correction and graphics to prepare the footage for its television debut.
Crawford’s own Troy Bieser, audio engineer, was selected as music supervisor for Good Intentions, an independent film starring actor Luke Perry and LeAnn Rimes that is filming on location in Georgia. Crawford is beginning its work on the film by transferring the dailies to HD files and tape. The film is expected to be released in 2008.