Farifax Video Studio Captures Le'Ron McClain's New Year's Weekend Bash

Top Quote Baltimore Ravens fullback celebrates his birthday, welcomes the New Year, and finishes out the NFL season all with the help of Virginia film producers. End Quote
  • Washington, DC-MD-VA-WV (1888PressRelease) January 07, 2011 - Baltimore Ravens fullback Le'Ron McClain had a lot to celebrate this weekend, including his twenty-sixth birthday, the New Year, an alumni football bowl game, and his team's final game of the NFL regular season. To help him capture his eventful weekend on film, Jim Folliard and Emmy Award-winning producer Don Napoleon from Fairfax Video Studio joined McClain for a three-day weekend of football and fun.

    McClain began his weekend on Friday night, when he threw a dual birthday and New Year's Eve bash at the Sheraton Hotel in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Many of McClain's closest friends attended the party, including Ravens teammates Ray Rice, Willis McGahee, and Terrell Suggs. On New Year's Day, the pro-football star headed to watch his alma mater, the University of Alabama, win the Capital One Bowl against Michigan State. Finally, McClain headed back to Maryland to help his teammates finish their winning regular season with a 13-7 victory against the Cincinnati Bengals. After the game, Folliard and Napoleon followed the team to an after party that took them to the K Street Lounge in Washington, DC.

    "It was a fantastic experience to spend time with McClain and the other Ravens - and to have the opportunity to film, produce, and edit a re-cap of the weekend that fully captures the players' personalities and adventures," said Folliard, a cinematographer who is also the co-founder and co-owner of the Virginia video studio. "After viewing our portfolio, our client was fully confident that our studio could produce a creative, effective, and entertaining encapsulation of the weekend, and we are extremely excited to deliver our final product."

    The video and photography project was also aided by some of the crew being followed, including music producer M-16, rapper Chopper "Young City" of Making the Band, Snoop of The Wire (HBO), and sports manager Walik Gibson. McClain hopes that the film project, which may appear on YouTube in the near future, will be used as a reality show pilot that will eventually evolve into a television series.

    About Fairfax Video Studio

    Located in Fairfax, Virginia, and jointly owned and operated by GearshiftTV and Foster Web Marketing, the Fairfax Video Studio specializes in providing its diverse set of clients with compelling and professional video and photography. Equipped with its own green screen studio, video editors, and video spokesmodels, the company deftly handles a variety of video and photography needs, ranging from Web videos to promotional videos to event coverage to sporting events to music videos.

    Fairfax Video Studio is owned by Tom Foster and Jim Folliard, a cinematographer with over 20 years of experience in his field. Working both in-house and in the field, Folliard combines his creative vision with the most professional equipment available to produce both short- and long- form videos that simply look and sound great.

    To learn more, please visit http://www.fairfaxvideostudio.com

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