Kevin Martorana – Producer/DirectorKevin has literally seen it all. He’s an Emmy® award winning producer/director.
Kevin has been acknowledged as one of the “Top 100 Producers” by Film and Video Magazine and has won numerous Addy Awards, National Telly Awards and local awards for his commercials and documentaries.
He has directed many celebrities including actors Charleton Heston, Richard Harris, John Stamos, Jim Varney, Heather Locklear, famous female golfer Jan Stephenson and astronaut Neal Armstrong. He has worked throughout the entire US, Europe and Russia producing documentaries, videos and commercials. He has produced work for ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, HBO, Discovery Channel, VH1 and hundreds of corporations.
Kevin’s hobby and passion is flying and wishing he was a pilot for the Air Force Thunderbirds! Maybe in another life!
John Morrison – Videographer/EditorJohn knows the in’s and out’s of corporate communication work. Before joining the Take One team, John spent over 15 years as a Manger of Video Production at Rite Aid Pharmacies. Producing national videos to inform store associates and working with the CEO and executive staff of the corporation to look their best in video productions.
He's an Emmy® award winning director of photography and has multiple awards including National Tellys for his work. John’s years of videography and editing skills give him unique insights when producing today’s fast-paced informative video pieces.
He loves music and secretly wants to be a rock star!
Bob is an Emmy® award winning graphic artist. His 2D and 3D graphic and animations have won him multiple National Tellys and other awards.
Some of Bob’s background comes from working at a national home shopping network where quality graphics were needed on a hourly basis. So he’s no stranger to tight deadlines and tough assignments! With over 18 years producing eye-catching graphical ‘gems’, Bob’s ability to turn complex ideas into easy to view animations is on of his specialties.
Bob is a huge movie fan and has a great collection of robots. If he could, he’d turn himself in to a robot so he could multitask faster !