GeneralProducing and distributing free range organic television content from Richmond, Virginia through the website RVA TV.
BooksThis business of television. Maximum City by Suketu Mehta, The Brief Wonderous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz, The Fourth Network by David Kimmel, Everything is Miscellaneous by David Weinberger, The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, The Mystery of Capital by Hernando De Soto, and of course, Ambient Findability by Peter Morville.
HeroesBruce Campbell, Alf, RVA Magazine
About me:Go to RVA TV!!
RVA TV is sometimes referred to as the newly discovered red-headed step child to RVA Magazine's cross-country running oldest sibling. We need all the help we can get; show producers, writers, costumers, hair and make-up, actors, you name it. Any questions, suggestions, ideas, donations, and demands for child support payments send along to the Producer, Jon Headlee (email@example.com).
Local filmmaker Ben K. Muri's series on local artists focuses on how inspiration turns into material, literally, the process by which art is created. Local artist and host Parker asks, what factors contribute to creation? Environment? Experience? Muri covers all of the above, showcasing local talent in a way that offers a view into the artist's mind. Adam Juresko, Michael Broth, Oura, and Chris Milk are featured among others, all appearing in their natural environments: own studios. Get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who I'd like to meet:RVA TV is Richmond’s open forum for video. In much the same way as RVA Magazine is an open forum for the collective art, music, and opinion for our community - RVA TV is the same way for your videos and films. We want to push your ideas to the world through our collective media. We want you and Richmond to be part of the conversation. Contact Jeremy Parker (email@example.com) to be considered for future scheduling.
- Status: Single
- Hometown: Richmond,VA
- Zodiac Sign: Leo