Aaron Gum produces music videos in Omaha, Nebraska, and will occasionally turn his lenses towards still subjects. Sometimes his puppets and he will star in their own videos. Aaron has been described as an audio visual mad scientist, a mild mannered animator / graphics guy by day, and balancer of modular synthesizers, puppets, visuals and audio recording […]
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Bryant “Bizzy B” McCain created an Urban radio station from his own music collection, and that station grew into a top rated station in a market, Omaha, that wasn’t used to the format. I met Bryant when we were both working for NRG Media, and Bizzy lived up to his name. A no – nonsense, […]
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He’s toured all over the country and the world, and his music has been featured in shows such as “Big Love” and “One Tree Hill” as well as movie trailers for “Clerks 2” and “Knocked Up.” Keith Fertwagner, former Music Director at Omaha’s School of Rock, as well as front man with bands The Beat Seekers, […]
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Artist, storyteller, Nik Fackler directed and wrote the films Lovely, Still (2008) and Sick Birds Die Easy (2011). He directed Martin Landau and Ellen Burstyn in starring roles, and has been nominated for Best First Screenplay by The Independent Spirit Awards. The 30 year old Fackler stays busy. His experimental band, InDreama was signed to Team Love […]
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