Drew Patterson Studios provides a complete catalog of audio/visual services. We produce some presentations in-house and draw on a stable of accomplished professionals for others. After assessing the needs of the client’s project we assemble a team using only professionals with whom we have a close working relation. Those include historians, scholars, script writers, content developers, videographers, and interactive developers to cite a few. By creating a tailor-made team we are able to offer the audio/visual services that best suit each project. In this section are samples of a few of the services we offer.

Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum Movie

Drew Patterson and Pony Allen worked with movie producer Eric Williams to create the main exhibit movie for the exhibit at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum in Cuero, Texas. Eric has worked on many feature films including Lonesome Dove. Historian Lonn Taylor guided the direction of the film’s narrative and the script was written by John Gibson. Live action footage was combined with historic photos to create of sense of the cattle drives of the late 1800s. An original music score was commissioned and many voices were used to narrate the story, including those of screenwriter Bill Witliff and singer Ray Benson. The movie presented here in its entirety is approximately 20 minutes long.

Bullock Forgotten Gateway Video

The introductory video for the exhibit Forgotten Gateway; Coming to America Through Galveston Island was filmed and edited by videographer Troy Lanier. Curator Dr. Suzanne Seriff and exhibit designer Drew Patterson worked with Troy to develop concepts and content for the video. The exhibit opened at the Bob Bullock Museum and then travelled to Ellis Island in NYC, the Moody Center in Galveston, the Museum of Natural Science in Houston and the Ft. Worth Museum of Science and History.

Casa Navarro Video

Exhibit designers Drew Patterson and Pony Allen worked with videographer Troy Lanier to create the introductory video for the Casa Navarro State Historical Site in San Antonio. The video combines original music, narration, historic photos and documents, and interviews to give the audience an overview of Jose Antonio Navarro’s importance in the history of Texas.