I’m Stuart Marlantes and this is my blog.
I’m mainly focused on Management, Video Production, Photography, and Marine Biology, but I am also involved in Communications, Social Media, Marketing, and other forms of Digital Media. If you represent a media firm or production company that would like to hire me, feel free to contact me at stuart(at)marlant.es or on Twitter @StuartMarlantes. If I sound like someone who could help you create and develop a media strategy for your event, organization, or business, I’d be delighted to hear from you as well.
I also do a regular scuba diving show in the Underwater Dome tank at the Seattle Aquarium!
Give me a call: (206) 659-6355
Currently I am the brand new Digital Content Specialist for the Sumner School District.
I was also an Associate Producer for the first episode of the second season of the NBC Sports/World Fishing Network show entitled “Season on the Edge.” I provided logistical and technical help to the crew, filmed a wide variety of difficult shots (some underwater), and shot all behind-the-scenes and promo stills. I have also worked for UW Video as a Production Assistant where I did anything necessary to make video content happen. That includes filming, editing, audio work, transcription, and administrative tasks. In 2013 I built a new branch of a local marketing company, hiring and training my own staff. I was the first official Social Media Editor/Manager for The Daily of the University of Washington. The paper is the second largest daily publication in the Seattle area. I mainly handled these profiles: http://twitter.com/thedaily and http://www.facebook.com/TheDaily. I also worked on long-term brand development and audience growth for The Daily’s digital presence. I used to be a DJ at Live 95/KITI, a radio station located in Centralia, WA. Here’s their website: http://live95.com/. I was on the early morning shift from midnight to 6 AM every day.
Oh yeah, and I freelance too!
Media Licensing: All rights to my photos, videos, and any other content I produce are reserved. If you’d like to use the things I make, please get in contact. Thanks!