Martin Media works on projects both large and small. Here are a few of the events and productions we've been involved with:
* Museum of Biblical Art - Fundraising for Capital Campaign
and Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden 2008-2016
* Focus Academy Fundraising Video (Florida) - 2015
* St. Jude Media Ministry (NJ) - Documentaries 2012-2015
* Papal Visit to Washington, D.C. - April 2008 * D/FW Airport - Candidate Evaluation Sessions * Catholic Diocese of Dallas - video shoot at the Cathedral * Holy Trinity Seminary - Farewell for Bishop-elect Duca
In 2012, Martin Media produced the documentary film on the life of Fr. John Catoir, Catholic Television Host, Author, and Communicator. The documentary was carefully crafted utilizing only a 4-day shooting schedule in New Jersey--interviews, B-roll and written materials, photographs were gathered and documented. Editing and finalizing took almost 9 months.
Martin Media provided fundraising consultation services for the capital campaign for both the re-building of the Museum of Biblical Art and the Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden. Projects combined total was almost $10 Million once completed.
Martin Media participated as media volunteers during the Papal Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Washington, D.C. in 2008. We served as International and National Media Coordinators for the Papal Arrival at Andrews Air Force Base and assisted at the Papal Mass at Nationals Stadium. It was a delight to work with Helen Osman, the Director of Communications for the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, throughout the visit in April 2008.
Benedict XVI with President George Bush on the red carpet at Andrew's Air Force Base. Photo by: Patricia Martin
(at left) Patricia and Jim Martin shown with the national and international media at Andrew's Airforce Base for the arrival of Pope Benedict XVI in Washington, D.C.
During candidate evaluation for Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Martin Media provided video and audio services as well as playback of pre-taped video scenarios.
Equipment in two all-day sessions
Redundancy was an issue for critical post-evaluation
The The Virgin of Guadalupe Cathedral in Dallas was the site for a spring shoot for the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. A special welcome video was prepared to be shown during the Papal Visit at National's Stadium in Washington, D.C. with clips from various Catholic groups from the Diocese of Dallas as well as a personal welcome from Most Rev. Kevin J. Farrell for Benedict XVI.
Martin Media videotaped the farewell Mass and Reception for Bishop-elect Michael G. Duca, Rector of Holy Trinity Seminary in Irving, Texas and provided the client with a multi-media CD/DVD set including both photos and video of the events in April 2008. In addition, Martin Media provided a video streaming clip of the former "Msgr. Duca" for the HTS website immediately following the announcement that he was being named the new Bishop of Shreveport. The clip was then available for download by the media.
Martin Media -- providing quality video and media production as well as fundraising consultation for all your organization or corporate needs.