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2010 Telly Awards

3 Bronze Tellys!!


Things have been fairly busy around here as you already know, but I had to take a moment to say “well done” to the amazing creatives I work with. They make me proud all the time, and this is no exception…WE JUST WON 3 BRONZE TELLY AWARDS!!

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(Number 3 isn’t here yet…and yes, my desk is a disaster.)

In case you’re unfamiliar with the Telly Awards…

“The Telly Awards honor the very best local, regional, and cable television commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions, and work created for the Web.”

Each Telly is awarded on individual merit by the Silver Telly Council, and the winners are awarded silver or bronze awards based upon the combined scoring of the judges. It’s a national competition so we are really appreciative of the vote of confidence by our peers in the broadcast design industry.

We entered 4 pieces of work…so I feel pretty great that we won 3. (And no I won’t share which project didn’t win, because that’s a bummer.)

So back to the winners….

Paragon Artist Reel
Our reel is an ever evolving project, so the video below is already out of date (watch out 2011 Tellys!)

SCAD Fall Year in Preview We’ve talked about this project before – it was fun and also satisfying because SCAD is our alma mater, and it’s nice to be able to lend our skills to their creative team.

Savannah Urban Arts Festival This piece was done for All Walks of Life, Inc., an organization near and dear to our hearts. Last year, AWOL held it’s very first urban arts festival and we were thrilled to work with them on this spot. If you’re not already familiar with AWOL please visit their website. Their kids did the sound for the spot!

We’re hard at work on some new and really interesting design challenges, and excited to share the outcome of those projects when we can. Forgive our absence on the blog.

And…this weekend Drew, Phil and I will we working with a motley crew of folks on a 48Hour Film Project. We’re calling our team 8bit RAMpage and all I can say is that I hope we survive. It’s going to be fun!!

I’ll do my best to post some behind-the-scenes pics.

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Susan Isaacs

Susan’s a multitask-er who prides herself on the vast number of things (read: loose papers and coffee cups) on her desk at any one time, and yet she still manages to keep an eye on all the moving parts at Paragon.

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