We all want our pets to live forever right? Well…while that may not be possible (yet), we absolutely can make sure they are fed the proper diet and stay around for a long long time! The Pet Beastro is one company that is making that their mission. Take a look at what makes them so different, and why customers keep coming back.
Peace of mind is an important thing, especially in an emergency. At Guardian Medical Monitoring, making seniors and their loved ones feel safe and at ease is their number one priority. Their wearable alert buttons, medical alarm consoles, and advanced medication dispensers are designed to not only notify Guardian in the event of an emergency, but also maintain a direct line of communication with a representative while help arrives. As an added measure, they have partnered with Comfort Keepers to provide unmatched in-home care. Take a look how their collaboration started, and how it is changing the way we look at senior care.
We recently worked with The Fit Park, based in Ferndale Michigan, to produce a promotional piece for their gym expansion, The Fit Barre! Their high energy and sense of community was a blast to capture, so check them out and see for yourself!
One thing that makes waking up at 4AM worth while is seeing the colors of sunset cascade across the sky. The reds, yellows and oranges create a breathtaking backdrop for any activity.
These were indeed the conditions we woke up to when we met up with Brian Scolari, a professional wake-surfer living in Lake Orion, for an early morning session on the Detroit River. Check out Brian as he tears up the river as well as Lake Orion! Special thanks to Skiers Pier for organizing the session.
September 13th, 2017 marked a huge milestone for Hazel House Films, as our comedic short film “Hockey, Love and Superstitious Antics” (HLSA) premiered for the first time on ShortsTV.
The film also marks the first in a series of productions in coordination with the National Foundation for Military Family Support, a charity that supports military vets and families in need. The foundation launched a program titled “Hollywood Vets” that partners film and TV professionals with military vets looking for employment transferring to civilian life. HLSA was shot on location in Santa Clarita & Santa Monica, CA.
Check out the official trailer!