It is amazing how quickly life can change. The ThinkBig team is experiencing a shift; from what was planned to be a busy March, to a complete production pause. Each of our team members, like many people around the world, are retreating to work from home, stay safe and and most importantly prevent the spread of COVID-19. The ThinkBig team,
This year, FotoFest Biennial 2020 is featuring photography from ThinkBig’s founder, director and photographer, Chase Rees. For more than 30 years, FotoFest has stood as a platform of art and ideas, as the first and longest-running international gathering of photography and new media art in the United States. This festival, founded in Houston, in 1983, promotes international awareness of photography
Photo by cottonbro from Pexels Viewers retain 95% of a message when they watch it in a video. They only retain 10% when they read it, according to WebFX. These statistics, among others, prove why video matters when it comes to marketing for brands and businesses both big and small. From customer testimonials to viral commercials that make people laugh, marketing through video
Lydia Martinez-Cash, has been represented as an actress for over 10 years in the Southwest Market, successfully being cast in over 25 independent film productions. Today, Martinez-Cash continues working as an actress. After years of experience in front of the camera, this Texas-based actress has begun leading behind the camera, as a casting director. Martinez-Cash shares with us what she
Companies who use video on their website, experience a 41% increase in traffic, compared to companies who don’t, according to Forbes. One-third of all internet activity is video viewing, according to Rocketspark. Video not only engages people but it catches their attention and communicates to them in an impactful way. Why should you use video for your website or social
A week for director and cinematographer, Chase Rees, involves three things: directing, shooting, and then editing projects created all across Houston and beyond. Taking a moment to reflect – now, more than a decade into his professional filmmaking career – Rees shares insights from his journey of becoming a creative professional in the city that gave him his start.