Some people live by the mantra that finding a job that you love, you’ll never have to work a day in your life. Ted and Kyle’s passion for film, and desire for creating a perfect picture, are the definition of those words. Aptitude was created to bring Ted and Kyle’s talent, thoughtful genius, and creativity to life.
Short films, photography, and videography – welcome to inherently smart creative.
Check out what our little brother Primer Productions was up to this weekend.
Bad Blood 2013 - Evike.com and NYCAirsoft
Evike.com is holding their annual East Coast customer appreciation game, co-produced by Moondog Industries, PSI and members of NYC Airsoft. They'll be bringing tons of give aways and prizes to all of the players. Come and meet the EvikeTV crew and support the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, the world's largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services.
Posted: May 20th 2013, 01:19
Check out this short impromptu commercial that we did for Ryan Hill and Steve Bost's "Bust A Movie!" this Saturday May 18th, 2013 @10:45PM http://www.artsquest.org/pages/details.php?57151
Bust a Movie: With Ryan Hill and Steve Bost
Next Movie: Glitter Saturday, May 18th, 2013 at 10:45PM http://www.artsquest.org/film
Posted: May 15th 2013, 14:54
Ted’s passion for all things creative drew him to photography in college. Graduating with a BA in Graphic Design from Moravian College, he pursued other avenues of creativity until he started working at Olympus. There he flourished and developed his creative eye. Ted joined up with Kyle in June of 2012 to start Aptitude Creative which was then was called ‘Primer Productions”. His love of the lens is shown through his unwavering effort to have a camera on his side at all times.
Kyle’s interest in photography started when he was young. He was always fascinated with cameras, the inner workings, the images produced, and capturing daily life. In high school he took film photography classes and has been an avid photographer ever since. As technology advanced, DSLR cameras took on a new form over taking its film and tape predecessors by storm. This prompted Kyle’s new infatuation with the art of film. Even without a camera, Kyle is always looking at things as if he’s looking through a lens.