It’s a new year and we are proud to announce that Eclipse has a new home! We have a beautiful new facility that we built ourselves. We’ve incorporated many technologically advanced features as well as upgrading both our recording and video systems. Our new capabilities, the brainchild of long-time associate Tom Pisani, are simply awesome and we look forward to sharing them with you.
Eclipse will also be partnering with some of St Augustine’s finest artists to showcase their talents. Their works will be on display, and for sale, in our lobby. The center piece of the fine arts displayed though is Marianne Lerbs “Eclipse” painting. An outstanding artist, her interpretation of our logo is amazing. We are so proud to have her contribution and look forward to producing great audio and video for her.
Please pick up a copy of Old City Life magazine’s February issue to see the painting and also look for the Compass story by Kara Pound about our new facility and capabilities.
We are having an open house on Sunday February 10, 2013 from 1-6 PM. We hope you can join us that day or just stop by for a tour anytime of the new Eclipse Studios.
Our new address is 4425 US Highway 1 South, Suite 107, St. Augustine, Fl. 32086.
Our phone number 904-794-1872 is the same and for info you can email Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marianne and her beautiful painting.
The construction process…
(above) Jim Lamb contemplating what comes first.
(below) We built it ourselves!
Sculptor and Photographer, Chuck Hooper, is also a Carpenter.
“Don’t move the ladder before I get down, please!”
Jim Lamb and Jim Shroka.
Master Electrician, Eli Grimes, with his finger in the socket.
Mike Pantuso, Chuck Hooper and Wayne Zak.
The Steinway gets loaded into the moving van…Very carefully!
Our first session at the new studio was Cynthia and Alex.
Our first Band session at the new studio was John Dickie’s “Collapsible B”.
Here’s a quick YouTube video from their session.
Here are a few shots from our 11th Annual Charity CD Release Party courtesy of our photography partner, Chuck Hooper.