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We are a full-service event photography, videography and overall multimedia agency that targets both individuals and organizations, specifically those in the arts and nonprofits. We have a background in cinematic scholarship/formal education that successfully informs our visual stamp and seasoned aesthetic. Hire us for competitive rates and nothing but top-tier, ahead of the curve and always evolving photo and video services that challenges perceptions and invigorates all.
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Douglas G. Cala
Douglas G. Cala is a performance poet, film/TV/social critic, media enthusiast, content writer/editor, photographer and videographer from Staten Island. Douglas began his art career performing at open mics as a teenager at the former Muddy Cup Coffeehouse in his native borough. He has performed at a myriad of noteworthy venues including the Bowery Poetry Club, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Cornelia Street Cafe, Purchase College, Columbia University, Busboys and Poets (Washington, DC), Raven Lounge, Cafe Vivaldi, and the IMPerfect Gallery (Philadelphia), among others mostly in the East Coast. Douglas has produced performance showcases and has featured in variety shows curated by poets who have appeared on HBO’s “Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry”. He continues to freelance in theater and film. By day, he is a full-time multimedia and IT specialist for the NYC Department of Education. Douglas thanks his teenage mentor Mo Beasley, a social justice/human rights activist, youth counselor, playwright/Technical Director, spoken word poet and Teaching Artist for recognizing, supporting and nurturing his nascent abilities and his parents for their support and inherited genes.
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Peter Foy - “Doug isn't just a wordsmith, but a documentarian. His allegiance to the arts and passion for explicating on it is cemented in his immense readability, and compassion. Doug Cala treats criticism as a chef would a meal, and like a fine wine, he only becomes more pristine with time.”