Multi Media Marketing Associates, Inc.


We had the pleasure of traveling to Spain this March to film, "Welcome to U.S. Naval Hospital, Rota." The 7-minute video gives an overview of the Naval community hospital. The video, produced by the U.S. Navy, provides important educational information for Active Duty Military and their families about the hospital's facilities and services. To deliver this project, we worked hand-in-hand with the Navy's Producer to provide script development, pre-production, production, and post-production services. The four-day, multi-location production was shot using the Canon 5D Mark III.


Video or Speech? Homestead Chooses Video for 2015 State of the City Address

The State of the City Address is a speech typically delivered annually by the City mayor. The timing, venue and purpose of a State of the City Address varies from city-to-city; and today with so many creative ways to communicate with residents, Public Affairs Officers (PAO) are pushing the envelope and searching for new ways to deliver this message.

While the City's previous State of the City Addresses were delivered by speech, Mayor Jeff Porter's 2015 Address was an innovative video presentation that shared exciting developments in Homestead and their vision for the future.

To deliver this project, we worked hand-in-hand with the City's PAO to provide script development, pre-production, production, and post-production services. The four-day, multi-location production was shot in 4K using the RED Scarlet.

The video, appropriately titled, "Building Homestead" highlights all of the exciting news of the previous year and showcases members of the Homestead community who contribute day to day to the city’s progress.

On January 29, 2015, the City of Homestead premiered "Building Homestead" to a full-house. The special event was held in Losner Park and attended by local residents and businesses, council members, county and state representatives, community partners, and City staff.

Following the premiere, guests enjoyed a reception sponsored by Homestead Hospital.

Take a sneak peek at Multi Media behind-the-scenes...

The City won two 2015 3CMA Savvy Awards for "Building Homestead." Awards were for 2nd place, or Silver, in the category of One Time Special Programming and the category One Time Special Event.


Psst…We’re on Instagram!

Somewhere in between work and life...we forgot to mention we're on Instagram! Who isn't?! Follow us at @greenscreenstudio for behind-the-scenes photos. You’ll see why our clients use our studio space for their projects, fun travel photos from on-location productions, and other fun pics of the team doing what we do best – work hard!



Deck the Halls


Behind the Scenes!

Our production team just wrapped a two-day shoot, with five actors, for an outreach video that depicts the permitting process, told from the perspective of four permittees and one host.  The fictional permittees featured in the video ranged from a banker to an architect to a home owner.  The vision is to depict these characters in their own respective environments (i.e. office, home, etc.).

To achieve this, the actors were shot in both our production offices and in our 1,200 square foot green-screen production studio.   The office scenes were shot in our staff offices; while the living room scenes, with real furniture and props, was set-up on our green screen.   By shooting in this manner, it allowed us complete control of the lighting, sound and ultimately the environment.

Specifically with the green screen set-up, the final footage of the living room will be composited into an actual designed room, created in our 3D software by our designer, which will allow us to change the depth, the color, and the layout of the room, as we desire.

It's really nice to have the creative freedom associated with an in-house production studio.


…and the Telly goes to…

The results are in for the 32nd Annual Telly Awards and the team at Multi Media is so excited to be a 2011 Bronze Telly Award Winner! The Telly Awards honor the very best local, regional and cable television commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions and work created for the web.

The winning video, “Alien Invaders”, is a fun educational piece on Aquatic Invasive Species and the importance of aquatic plant control in Florida.  Adam Alvarez, editor, decided to use a 1950s B movie treatment as the creative foundation for the video.  Adam shares, “I saw an opportunity in the ‘Alien Invaders’ story to have some fun with the overall style and theme.  Between the script and the illustrations, I was inspired to drive the video in this direction and I couldn’t be more proud of the end result.”

Check out Alien Invaders!

"It’s always very rewarding when the client acknowledges your hard work and feels that you’ve exceeded all their expectations…which is always our goal.” said Jose Luya, President and CEO of Multi Media Marketing.  Jose continued to share, “It is another really great accomplishment when your peers validate your work.  This award is a validation from the industry that our team delivers quality multimedia solutions.”

While our entire team helped to produce “Alien Invaders”, we want to give a special shout out to the following integral people on this project:

  • Creative Direction & Editor: Adam Alvarez
  • Graphics: Josh Smith and Adriana Mazariegos
  • Camera Operator: Tony Morin
  • Talent: Lincoln Potwin
  • Owners: Jose & Maria Elena Luya
  • Created for the US Army Corps of Engineers
  • USACE Contributors: Adam Tarplee, John Kilpatrick, and the many biologists involved from the Jacksonville District