|Hey, that guy in the black jacket looks familiar.|
Little Indiana and JBH Productions recently made it on the front page of the Rensselaer Republican. I've done cinematography for JBH on a number of projects over the last two years. This was definitely my favorite outing with them.
Here's an excerpt from Little Indiana Founder, Jessica Nunemaker, about the shoot:
"I don’t think big city producer Jesse Harper of JBH Productions quite understood the popularity behind Little Indiana. I know he must have thought it was a good idea, but I don’t think he understood why so many people were interested. WHY are there so many readers and such a large ever-growing Facebook Fan Page for a site about Indiana towns? To think of 50,000 people/month reading about small towns by the beginning of Summer… it’s a lot to take in.
But something happened while on location in Wabash, Indiana.
Maybe it was the fact that Wabash, Indiana is a beautiful Indiana town—visually, it’s stunning. Or maybe it’s the fact that we bumped elbows at an artsy gallery, reconnecting with folks we’d seen throughout the day, who spoke with us as though we were friends. Otherwise, it could have been that small town attitude. In this Indiana town? Everyone cared.
It wasn’t just little Indiana and JBH Productions working hard filming, it was the entire town cheering us on and ready to step in and help any way they could. Everywhere we went, we were sincerely thanked just for our presence. JUST for being there. That had to make an impression."