Some of our customers had this to say about us:

"The skills you provided including script writing, filming, and editing were of the highest quality. It was a pleasure to work with you and your organization."
-- Baylor College of Medicine

"I wanted to take a moment to thank our TV production team from the bottom of my heart for an amazing job over the past few weeks in executing with flawless precision one of the most difficult challenges we have ever faced in terms of the TV of the Expedition 7 Crew launch and the Expedition 6 Crew landing  activities under extraordinary circumstances in Kazakhstan.

The world depended on us to provide the imagery of this unprecedented chapter in human spaceflight and we did not disappoint them. Despite unreliable international satellite feeds, satellite phone transmissions, and the sheer remote isolation of where TV was trying to originate from, we did it and did it buttery smooth.  Thank you to all for making my job easy and seamless."
--NASA Public Affairs Office

"Yesterday I reviewed the NASA Means Business video which Greg Jurls produced. It is an outstanding product and I am very pleased with it. It will be used to recruit major universities into this NASA program.  Thanks for your excellent support on this."
--NASA Human Exploration Office

"Just a note to say thank you for your work on the Automated External Defibrillator video. It looks great and is exactly what we were looking for. A very informative and helpful piece on this life-saving equipment.  Thanks again, and great job."  --NASA

"You did an outstanding job today with the production of the Soyuz launch. Technically and content-wise it has been the best Baikonur launch show ever produced. It contained just the right amount of pre-produced packages with recently acquired footage, great graphics, good supers, and very professional switching and audio mixing under difficult circumstances. The field production work in Baikonur was also top notch. There are very, very few people that really understand what it takes to go to Baikonur and produce TV with very rudimentary equipment and circumstances. I know it took long hours and personal sacrifice to prepare for the production today, but the end product was excellent. The script, content and commentary was very good as well.

In the last few hours I have seen our work on all world wide networks available in Moscow and on all Russian TV stations. The message got out not only to U.S. audiences, but to the rest of the world as well. The major space web pages used still frames of our TV production for their stories just minutes after the launch and in many cases credited NASA TV. The money NASA spent in this live TV production was well worth it and I am sure the impact of the images and the coverage has yielded a great return in our investment.

I am glad I had the opportunity to work with all of you again and produce great live television."
--NASA Public Affairs in Moscow, Russia