3300+ Climbing Blog
Nat’Lee's first weekend in Orlando was quite successful. As Holly mentioned previously, her first show was accompanied by her trusty right hand guitarist Skarz and was opened up by Conflicting Motive. The entire event was packed out at Sleeping Moon Café. The popular café was beyond helpful with putting together the event and we can’t wait to work more with them in the future.
But that wasn’t the only event that 3300+Climbing had planned for Nat’Lee that weekend. The following day, Nat’Lee ran back and forth between studio C and the HD studio all day long, working with photographer and 3300+Climbing coordinator Herb Gonzalez and the talented HD film crew to create new marketing materials for the Nat’Lee campaign. We are excited to announce that we now have a healthy handful of different themes to choose from when updating Nat’Lee’s marketing materials as well as a new video consisting of an in depth interview with Nat’Lee and Skarz as well as an in studio performance in the amazing HD studio. It was a long day but 3300+Climbing interns were able to get first hand knowledge of the amount of work (and paperwork) it takes to plan a full day of photoshoots, HD interviews, and all the little business meetings in between.
Specifically, interns Taylor Dempsey and Thera Harisch were present the entire day of the shoot. Taylor was Nat’Lee and Skarz’s makeup artist as well as their right hand Snap Chat lady to document all the little behind the scenes moments. And Thera was also one of the photographers for the shoot, adding a little variety to the entire production. Both interns have amazing talents beyond music production and recording arts and we’re glad to have both of them and their skills at 3300+Climbing.
In a few weeks, Nat’Lee and Skarz will be back for another full weekend in Orlando. On June 3rd, the duo will perform for the first time ever at Backbooth in downtown Orlando as well as on Orlando’s own upcoming Balcony TV on June 4th!
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