Production and Cause Projects
Shot Locker Productions was born out of a philosophy my brother and I have always shared when getting behind something we believe in, especially when creating with each other and collaborating with others. For us, it’s important to literally Think Out Loud in efforts to produce or cause a desired effect. Leave nothing on the table or, in this case, between the ears. It’s imperative because somehow, in some way, every project we take on is also intentionally tied to an interest, subject or cause that represents a vested interest for us. At the root of it all is our mission, “To Explore Wild Ideas that Support Science, Education and Sustainability in ways that entertain and inspire”.
The underlying drive is to explore, but not just in the traditional sense. We also explore wild ideas about how to engage, involve and motivate the public, and at times, even direct the actions and decisions of policy-makers. In some cases, we're responding to the need for vital funding to support important scientific research, an educational initiative or the recovery and curation of cultural and historical artifacts tied to the history and understanding of man and beast. This counts for our work with major networks like Discovery Channel, National Geographic and PBS or through various independent production project collaborations with noted individuals and organizations such as Guy Harvey and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, Mote Marine Laboratory, Dr. Bob Hueter and the Mote Center for Shark Research, the Florida Aquarium and many others.
We do this, not just through traditional video production or documentary means, but by also embracing and leveraging modern technology to take people out there via live streaming expeditions and other innovative and interactive live events and educational outreach campaigns, We've found success by following our instincts to support and promote worthy causes by combining exciting and purposeful entertainment value with engaging educational content.
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