Welcome to Rockylou Productions.  We are cultivating creativity and raising visions in the digital world. Get inspired by taking a minute or two to enjoy a few of the projects we’ve co-created with clients just like you over the years. 

Featured Projects

A fluid, luminous setting of one of Kabir’s most intimate prayers, by choral composer Elizabeth Alexander, honoring the unity of all things sacred and secular. With photography by Lorelee Wederstrom and the lyrical voices of the Unity Singers led by conductor Ruth Palmer.

“Obruni In Ghana”  Multi-media e-book created from a series of podcasts documenting Amber Lockridge’s time as an AFS exchange student in Takoradi, Ghana from 2000-2001.

Announcing the birth of Daniel James “DJ” Perron
Live video of weigh-in at only 15 min old. “Summertime”, sung by Amber & Nana welcoming Daniel into the world his first few minutes of life.

Make? Unmake? A time-lapse trip worth taking as a microwave chocolate cherry cake is unmade before your very eyes.

What can happen when a highly creative group of individuals from around the globe decide they are going to make a radio show production to amuse themselves and others.

Photographer Vincent King takes us on a photo journey of the Light Rail construction on University Ave. in St. Paul, MN the summer of 2012.  Soundtrack: “Sankirtan (Vrndavan)” by Kuuleminen Asiat.

Roxy Louridge was ahead of her time. As a pioneer in the field of photography she was the original creator of the idea behind the GIFaChrome (which later evolved into the Drone-a-Chrome). You can learn more about her work at the GIFaChrome website. And listen to a Smithsonian Institute recording of Roxy documenting her discovery after a fire destroyed her lab notes.

Team Troy At Carnivale: A Night To Remember.

Ballroom dance instructor, Troy Lerum, presents “Team Troy” at the Dancers Studio Spring 2016 Showcase,  March 18, 2016. It was a night to remember!

Paying tribute to the struggles and triumphs of the working woman.  Music performed by RnA with photos courtesy of the National Library of Congress and other Community Commons sources.

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