It all started one day at the fair. A director asked Melanie to fill in for a live commentator. An emergency understudy became a protege and, 25 years later, production has been her sole vocation.
After a few years in educational television and a decade at another production company, she founded Spang in 2002. That masters degree – half media and half MBA – really paid off.
She wants nothing more than to do good work for good people and have fun doing it.
Jordan makes pictures that move and never really stops working.
He’s a classically trained documentary filmmaker, forced to acknowledge his skill set as a producer, winning a Capital Emmy Award even before graduating from university.
You'll usually find Jordan typing away behind the screen of a shiny Apple product, dreaming about how nice it would be to be hanging out on the beach or at your production, or at your production on the beach.
After graduating from Clemson in 2009 with a BS in Food Science, she moved to Richmond and promptly did zilch with that degree. When she's not on set, you might find her hiking in the Blue Ridge or suspended in a hammock near a tent.
She loves a good wine, a good dark chocolate and her husband Richard – a guy so impossibly nice you'd swear he's fictional.
If you've turned on a television, you've seen Maggie's work. It's reality she's based in and that's good for your project, because we're not working in fantasy -- unless you need that, because she has someone to help with that too.
Graphics, animations, edits, and color, she keeps it all online and on time. And in the meantime, ask her about Shark Week.