It’s been 40 days since the San Francisco Bay Area, along with much of the country, was directed to shelter-in-place. Since then, nearly ever facet of life has been impacted in some way.

Our team has been working from home, being fortunate to have a pipeline full of post production work to keep us busy. We are thankful to be busy with work that can be safely performed from home, but as we begin to visualize the future, we are excited to restart production.

Like all of our peers in the industry, we have many questions about what this will look like and when this will be. What we know for sure is that we want to make sure Gorilla Creative is an active partner in forming new protocols, best practices, and procedures that will keep everyone safe and healthy on set. We can’t do this alone and would like to invite everyone in the industry to share your feedback, thoughts, and concerns with us by taking this short and fully anonymous survey.

Here is a link to the survey:

The more perspectives we gather, the better, so please feel free to share and forward this link to others in your network.

The goal for this survey is to start a conversation and foster collaboration.

The results of the survey are public and intended to help everyone in the industry. You can access the results here:

Stay healthy. Stay safe.

Matt Townley
Matt Townley
Matt has more than fifteen years of experience in the media and production industry. Having worked his way through a wide range of roles, he has a unique ability to bridge the gap between the highly technical and creative aspects of production. Matt holds a B.S. in Information Technology and Multimedia Visual Communication.

Outside of work, he loves spending time with his wife (Melissa), two sons (Denver & Wade), and two dogs (Lola and Zoe). He enjoys tackling do-it-yourself projects and dabbles in woodworking, loves hiking and exploring new places in search of delicious food, locally made beer and wine, and great beaches.
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