Joe Justice is a computer animator, visual effects artist and presentation specialist working at The Media Center.
Joe Justice always brings an education-oriented approach to all of his projects. Initially learning the art of computer animation from producing educational television programming, he developed a sense for how to present complex information to audiences with diverse levels of knowledge. His approach focuses on taking the complex and choosing the best available technologies to distill it down to more accessible concepts. His technical proficiency has given him the ability to quickly and effectively assimilate a multitude of software and hardware tools to achieve his fundamental goal of education, be it for a mediator, jury or the public at large.
Premium video production has certain qualities that make it more valuable than regular video production. Among other things, premium video production tells a coherent story, has consistent branding and quality throughout, blends into other marketing strategies and doesn't require you to babysit the production company. When you get premium video production, you can feel it. Everything clicks and you feel good about it. People complement you on how amazing your new videos look, they ask you for your secret and, of course, your audience sees and understands your story.
This year The Media Center made a huge investment in new production equipment to better serve our clients and the region. We've purchased new cameras with studio configurations, thousands of feet of cable, video switchers, encoders, amplifiers, distributors, recorders and all of the little cases, bags and devices that make the whole thing mobile. What it amounts to is a fully digital, HD, mobile studio production that we can record, put up on a satellite or stream to the internet.
When the folks at Advantage Technology wanted to make a fun and entertaining movie to share with their customers and attract new ones, they gave The Media Center a call. The Media Center is the only video production studio in West Virginia that can produce the kind of fun, character driven computer animation that really tells a story.
Pre-visualization is the use of computer animation to visualize something before it actually exists. Often it's used with architecture like the example presented here. This animation was developed as part of a fund raising video for the West Virginia Sports Museum and Hall of Fame, so we needed to go beyond just creating a true-to-life representation of the final building. We needed imagery that would fire the imagination and get people excited!
Charleston, WV – That real Christmas Tree you are or have already decorated could very well have been grown right here in West Virginia. The Christmas Tree industry has grown rapidly in recent years becoming one of the leading specialty agricultural crops in the state.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia CEOs talk about starting and growing their successful businesses in the state in a new video from the West Virginia Development Office. The video "Business at the Speed of Life" is the latest tool in the state’s business recruitment kit.
(White Sulphur Springs, WV) – A forward-thinking medical initiative, which will dramatically impact how healthcare is delivered around the world, is being developed in West Virginia. Jim Justice, chairman and owner of The Greenbrier, along with world-renowned physicians Dr. James Andrews, Michael Immel, orthopedic practice management consultant and long time advisor to Dr. Jim Andrews, and lauded healthcare developer Jack T. Diamond, today announced the creation of The Greenbrier Medical Institute.