Company: Simon & Schuster
Location: New York, NY
Type of Position: Full-Time
Minimum Education Level: Bachelor's Preferred
Minimum Years of Experience: 5
Job Description: The Video Producer will bring structure and purpose to the video content produced by Simon & Schuster. The position will work in tandem with the Director of Video Production and the entire video/digital department to execute on the company video strategy and create content that markets our books effectively.Read more
This video was shot in Sutton Clock Shop which has been in business in New York City for over 60 years. The shop is run by Sebastian Laws, a master clockmaker, who learned his craft under the tutelage of his father, a former member of the Danish Underground in World War II and a rower who competed in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.
Originally located on Sutton Place in NYC, this video was shot at its location on the corner of 61st and Lexington, where it resided for 45 years. In late 2012 it moved to it's present location at 218 East 82nd Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue.
Sutton Clock Shop has gained a lot of publicity since the video was released. It was featured on CNN, the PBS program Marketing Warriors, the Huffington Post and the Emmy award winning PBS series, New York Originals.
Originally produced for Etsy.com, the Sutton Clock Shop video won Best Film in WNET's Reel13 short film contest and was a finalist in Shooting People's film of the month competition.
10 in 20: A Lexington Recording Project has produced original songs and videos from some of
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Shown by Harvard for Al Gore's Speech at Harvard Class Reunion on 5/30/2009. Music by Miles Davis alumnus, Randy Hall. Video and vocal by Harvard Alumnus, Elliott Small.
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This is the official Quincy House Housing Day Video 2011, inspired by Christopher Nolan's film "Inception."
This was shot in my apartment in Beachwood Canyon. The song is from my record Dirty Mind, available now! Cheers... Sara B. Melson