The month of June has been busy for everyone at Small Giants, and especially for the visual media team. Read up on some of their travels and recent projects below:

Drone Footage in Florida

Earlier in June, Director of Visual Media Brianna Verderame and Visual Media Specialist Kaden Buchanan traveled to Florida for the implosion of the JEA twin cooling towers in Jacksonville. The team captured the massive implosion using drone footage and spoke with Project Manager Gene Scott about the significance of the towers and what this means for the future of APTIM. You can see the full video on the Small Giants Vimeo page.

Headshots in Denver

Traveling continued as the team headed to Denver the last week of June, providing their photography services by taking headshots for clients and footage of the Denver Small Giants team.

New Original Series

The team launched their first episode of Leaders in Chairs Drinking Coffee, an original series created by Small Giants as a spin-off of the TV series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Hosted by Small Giants President Danielle Feroleto, the first episode featured Andrew Cheney, principal of Lee & Associates Arizona. You can watch the video on the Small Giants YouTube channel and be sure to stay tuned for the next episode scheduled for July 10 featuring Liberty Property Trust’s Megan Creecy-Herman.

Summer Intern

The team welcomed Ezekiel Rempel as the department’s visual media intern for the summer.

These are just a few of the great highlights from the visual media team and they are looking forward to more adventures to come throughout the rest of the summer.

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