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Good reviews for a mutual, Indie effort

NY Times article Great work shot and produced by Seat 3, and expertly edited by Seat 5!

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Yearly Update

Row4 continues to work across multiple disciplines always bringing a unique perspective to any and all efforts. Often, to serve some of our smaller clients and / or to maintain local affiliations, we branch off to do independent projects. We … Continue reading

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We can go far and wide

We are sometimes called upon to create commercials for broadcast that falls beyond our “typical” drip line, but is fun to process none the less:

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Visual, Graphic, Ideas…

We are continuing our work to try and communicate ideas and concepts through visual imagery. Recently, Seat 03 was asked to create a visual “tease” for a Corporate Board Retreat. The client was proposing a re-imagining of their facility and … Continue reading

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One Man’s Ceiling

I recently noticed that Variety magazine was archiving articles from past years. A search for the film, One Man’s ceiling, used to list the Variety review as a top link. It was an exciting reminder that one of the eminent … Continue reading

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FAMILY LEGACIES

We at Row4 have produced a few Personal Tributes. Some of which are in our sample works section on the main site. One goal we have is to do many many more! We love people and their stories and firmly … Continue reading

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WOW! A YEAR HAS PASSED…

It’s often hard to understand how a year can pass so quickly. We at Row 4 wear many hats, and therefore 2012 was filled with varied, but always exciting work! The “sample work” page on our site continues to represent … Continue reading

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WE LOVE PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION

Both seat03 and seat05 have the privilege of sending their children to “progressive schools.” In fact, their sister has been a passionate advocate and inspired Montessori teacher for over 20 years. So, although this is perhaps a controversial subject, at … Continue reading

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