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It was our honor to work with the good men and women of the University of Tennessee Medical Center's Trauma and Emergency Care Uniwho are out there saving lives every single day of the year. UT Medical Center tapped the frame theory to produce a fundraising video for their 2014 An Evening in Orange event, with this year's piece focusing on the trauma center's heroic efforts following a terrible bus accident last October. It's amazing how humble these folks are when they do such incredible work and we felt really privileged to work alongside them. We hope this piece helps them raise the awareness for their much-needed trauma unit expansion. We hope we never need their services, but sure are glad to know they're there if we ever do.  

We also got to play with some relatively new production gear, employing the Movi stabilization system to get some really cool, kinetic shots in some pretty tight spaces. While we still love our Steadicams, this is another great tool in the arsenal. 

Look for the project soon in the proof...

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