June 2016
Metro Brings Home Nine Telly Awards

Metro is the proud recipient of nine silver and bronze Telly Awards recognizing several videos we produced last year. The winning entries demonstrate the versatility and creativity we offer our diverse client base. In its 37th year, the competition received over 13,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries.

The Telly Awards was founded in 1979 and is the premier award honoring outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions, and online commercials, video and films.  Winners represent the best work of the most respected advertising agencies, production companies, television stations, cable operators, and corporate video departments in the world.
Our awards are listed below.

Silver Awards 
Carpenter Company: TruCool

Carpenter Company: TruCool.  Art Direction

Northrop Grumman: Full Spectrum Cyber

Northrop Grumman: Full Spectrum Cyber. Miscellaneous

Afton: CVT Transmissions, The Importance of the Right Fluid.  Automotive/Vehicles

Bronze Awards

L-3 Communications: 2015 Shareholder's Video. Corporate Image
Lansing Building Products: Simonton Windows, Focused on Your Success. Sales
Thales: xPlor. Use of Graphics
Carpenter Company: TruCool. 3D Graphics/Animation
Northrop Grumman: CyberPatriot 2015. Recruitment
SAIC: IT Managed Services. 
Employee Communications

Math + Science Day

In the spring, our graphics team (Deven Langston and Joe Ryan) accepted the opportunity to impart some of their job knowledge to second graders at Walton Elementary School's Math + Science Day. 
The event exposed students to a variety of careers in--yes, you guessed it--the math and science fields. 

Both men have taught on the collegiate level, so they know their way around a classroom.  Five groups of second-graders rotated through the classroom, listening in awe as our graphics team described what they do at Metro. 

The kids asked a lot of questions throughout the day...

"Did you make  the Simpsons?"

"Did you make  SpongeBob?"

"Did you make  Harry Potter?"

"Sir...is it real? Is the magic real?" 

Yes, the magic is real, and although Deven and Joe did not make any of the aforementioned shows/movies, they have produced amazing work throughout their respective careers. The students thoroughly enjoyed spending time with the duo, and it was a great way to hopefully inspire some future graphic artists.  Thanks to Walton for hosting the fun event!

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Ray Walsh


Ray Walsh

President & CEO 
Metro Productions