Tag: espn

Atlanta and Charlotte Crews Get Sacked by Justin Houston

Our hero takes slider shots with the enlisted aid of an excited on-looker. This time on “The Jeff Blog”, we follow our hero to a football field with the help of his trusty co-worker Ryan Dumville. They began a quest to create a short feature on football sack king for the Kansas City Chiefs, Justin Houston. The […]

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Houston Crew Uncovers the Body Issue of ESPN the Magazine

  I’ve been working for Go To Team for a little over two years now and let me just say, shooting the ESPN The Body Issue was interesting, Just shooting video of a naked man skating around on an ice rink is not exactly what I had in mind, but here goes nothing. I filmed Dallas […]

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DC Crew: Keepin’ it reel

Normally, these posts begin with your ambiguous traveling tag line, “I packed up my *insert expensive piece of equipment* and hit the road to *insert exotic location*”.  Well, I’ve been everywhere, man…on the east coast.  Or at least it feels like it.  Boston to Orlando and everything in between.  The past 3 months, GTTDC has […]

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Nashville Crew shoots ‘Outside the Lines’ for ESPN

Go To Team recently sent the Nashville Crew to Chicago to shoot for ESPN’s news magazine Outside the Lines. The segment was a follow–up with Marie Tillman, widow of NFL player Pat Tillman, who was slain in combat after enlisting in the US military. Marie now heads the Pat Tillman Foundation, a scholarship fund for veterans […]

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Houston Video Crew Lifts Off At Space Center For ESPN Spelling Bee

Shooting this piece was a blast! We got a free lesson in rocket science as spelling bee genius Syamantak Payra guided us on a tour of Space Center Houston. First we visited Mission Control where NASA monitors our current trips to Mars and dates back to our first trip to the moon. It’s only open […]

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Chicago Crew Goes Live for ESPN Signing Day

I recently had the chance to shoot a live shot for ESPNU for Signing Day in Long Beach, California. Signing Day is the day that all high school football prospects must decide where they’re going to play college football. It’s an exciting time for players and fans alike, and I was glad to be on […]

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Houston Crew in Dallas/Ft. Worth for ESPN

I recently headed over to Ft. Worth, Texas covering an inspiring story for ESPN. Former world boxing champion Paulie Ayala teaches a class there called Punching out Parkinson’s. It helps people diagnosed re-gain coordination and movement by mixing boxing techniques with other aerobic activities. It was a joy to see how much this class positively […]

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Charlotte Crew Shoots ESPN’s E:60

Local Charlotte gigs are always nice, especially when the Shoot is E:60 and it’s 5 minutes from my neighborhood.  NBA’s Patrick Ewing made the biggest impact of any player in Big East history and in his senior year put an exclamation point on his college career, that was basically the tag line for out shoot. I […]

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Nashville Crew Shoots “Outside the Lines” for ESPN

GTT Cameraman Craig Goodale recently shot in Roanoke, VA for ESPN’s “Outside the Lines,” a program that provides off-the-field coverage of news, issues and events. Roanoke’s Blue Ridge Marathon provided the backdrop, and the focus was on the city’s upgraded security measures in the wake of the all-to-recent Boston Marathon tragedy. The Nashville Cameraman was […]

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Dallas Crew Shoots for ESPN’s “30 for 30” Series

One of my absolute favorite series out there has to be ESPN’s “30 for 30.”  I don’t think I’ve ever seen one that I didn’t enjoy.  They’re always shot beautifully and tell a compelling story.  Needless to say, when I found out I was shooting for the series I was pretty pumped. The “30 for […]

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