Our 2012 Reel

Posted by on Sep 13, 2012 in My Work, Video | 0 comments

Our 2012 Reel

Samples of our video work from 2012

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Father Dominic Pledge Special and Book Cover

Posted by on Jul 5, 2012 in My Work | 1 comment

Father Dominic Pledge Special and Book Cover

I just completed a video production for a 40 minute PBS pledge special with Father Dominic the bread monk. I also designed the cover for his forthcoming book from Reedy Press. I’ll post a clip or a trailer here as soon as I get clearance. In the mean time here are a couple of photos from the shoot and the book cover. And a video of me setting up a shot from inside of a refrigerator:  

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RFT Music Takes Note of My Lo-Fi Cherokee Video Production

Posted by on Apr 21, 2012 in Press | 0 comments

A couple of weeks ago I produced fourteen music videos in a single day. The RFT Music blog took note: Bill Streeter’s acclaimed Lo-Fi St. Louis unveiled an ambitious new project earlier this week: A collaboration with Tower Groove Records that showcases fourteen artists playing at Cherokee Street businesses. Even more impressive? Streeter’s crew managed to film fourteen different musical acts in one day without going completely bonkers. Read the rest...

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Web Series Lo-Fi Saint Louis

Posted by on Apr 21, 2012 in My Projects | 0 comments

Web Series Lo-Fi Saint Louis

I’m currently in my eighth year of producing this web series. It’s been a fun labor of love and I’ve learned a ton from it. Here is a Youtube playlist of a few of the videos I’ve made for Lo-Fi Saint Louis or head over to the site and check it out.  

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Missouri Harvest Book Trailer

Posted by on Mar 9, 2012 in Book Trailers, My Work, Video | 0 comments

Missouri Harvest Book Trailer

Official book trailer for Missouri Harvest published by Reedy Press and Webster University Press. Video Production by Bill Streeter.

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The Royale New Years Eve Party Video (2011) (Video Production)

Posted by on Jan 7, 2012 in Events, My Work, Video | 0 comments

The Royale New Years Eve Party Video (2011) (Video Production)

The Royale is famous for their themed parties and they often invite me to document them. Video production by Bill Streeter.

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Stag Beer Party Book

Posted by on Dec 4, 2011 in asides, Inspiration | 0 comments

Stag Beer Party Book

I’m not a fan of Stag. I’m a beer snob. But I understand the brand, at least, what it is these days. A cheap no-nonsense, don’t-give-a-shit beer, as in: it competes on price, not quality. Maybe the brand also has a little nostalgia, but that might be purely accidental. I’m not all that familiar with what the brand meant in the past. I know it was a regional beer, and this little find I made at the St. Louis Curio Shoppe suggests that they had, at least, some ambitions to be a mid-market to premium product. I don’t know enough about the history of the company to...

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Trailer for Amanda Doyle’s St. Louis Guidebook

Posted by on Dec 4, 2011 in Book Trailers, My Work | 0 comments

Trailer for Amanda Doyle’s St. Louis Guidebook

I’ve always wanted to try my hand at a book trailer. So when Amanda Doyle reached out to me for ideas on how to promote her new Guidebook to St. Louis it was one of the things I suggested we do. It seems to have been effective. It got people buzzing about it and has reached the top of the local best seller lists. The trailer often gets included in blog posts and news sites when the book has been written about and has become a valuable part of her press...

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AT&T United Way Chess Carnival 2011

Posted by on Sep 18, 2011 in Events | 0 comments

AT&T United Way Chess Carnival 2011

This was a day long fundraiser for the United Way sponsored by AT&T. Chess Grand Masters Hikaru Nakamura and Ben Finegold took on all comers in several events.

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STL Today

Posted by on Sep 1, 2011 in Brick Fillm, Press | 0 comments

STL Today

Diane Keaggy wrote this nice piece about our film for the St. Louis Post Dispatch and STLToday.com in August: Bill Streeter’s award-winning video blog, Lo-Fi Saint Louis, boasts St. Louis’ best musicians, artists and burlesque queens. But for his first feature-length film, Streeter showcases a subject that, on the surface, seems pretty dull: brick. “I admit it seems a little nutty,” Streeter says. “But the more I learned about the history here and how that history is being stolen by brick thieves, I realized this could be a good film. One of the things that...

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