Sussex Technical High School is proud to announce that its 2010 Promotional Video received a “Bronze Telly Award” judged on a “high standard of merit.” The Telly Award honors 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 Sussex Tech 2010 Promotional Video was produced by Alan-Lynch Productions, owned by two 2008 Sussex Tech graduates, Josh Lynch and Adam Clifton. The friends began the company immediately after high school graduation. Both were students in the media broadcasting technical area at Sussex Tech. They feature filming weddings, corporate events, commercials, and webcasts.
“We try to use the resources of our graduates whenever we can,” said District Superintendent Dr. A.J. Lathbury. “These two young men produced a great video for us, and I’m happy for them to have won such a prestigious award with it.”
The Sussex Tech promotional video was the first big project that the production company undertook. They filmed over 40 hours of footage consisting of classroom activity, sporting events, and extracurricular events. Then they had approximately 90 hours of editing to do to accomplish the finished product.
The mission of the Telly Award is to strengthen the visual arts community by inspiring, promoting, and supporting creativity. The 32nd Annual Telly Awards received over 11,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents.
“This was the first big competition we have entered,” said Josh Lynch, “and the first we have won. We’re really proud that we can share it with our alma mater.”
For more information about Alan-Lynch Productions go to AlanLynchProductions.com.