V-log: Reel Blues Festival in Northampton

V-log: Reel Blues Festival
by Tom Adams (Hilltown Families Contributing Writer)

It figures my first contribution to this fine website should be a little video I put together late last night (and early this morning) after the excitement of the night had simmered down.  Ya’ see, I won some tix from Monty on WRSI (93.9 the River) to the Reel Blues Festival at The Academy of Music and since I’m a ‘video guy’, instead of delving too far into the world of blogging and journalistic writing, I figured I stick to what I know best and send out a a little “V-log” of my night out on the town with my buddy Max.  Just one of the many great events happening in and around the Hilltowns on a fine mid-September eve- one of the things that make living in this area so fantastic.  Enjoy!


Tom Adams

Tom lives and works in Williamsburg, MA with his wife, two kids, dog maggie & cat charlie. He is a graduate of UMASS, Amherst and has over 15 years of experience in the fields of educational, commercial and corporate video production. In 1996, he founded Reelife Documentary Productions (1997 & 2008 Telly Award recipient). He is an active member of Hidden-Tech, the Chair of the Williamsburg Technology Committee and Chair of The Williamsburg Cultural Arts Committee. He is an accomplished photographer and a semi-professional drummer with the rock-freakout-jazz bands: NiL, Moschops & Loungehouse. He also masquerades as a prolific writer/poet & cartoonist named lester b thomas. The portal to Tom’s digital life is http://web.mac.com/reelifeproductions.

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