Mervin Mfg. is Proud to Announce “MMMedia”
Mervin Manufacturing is proud to announce the new in house audio visual ensemble “MMMedia”. By combining the talents and experience of some of board sports most accomplished creators with the powerful and outlandishly creative design minds behind the Lib Tech, Gnu and Bent Metal brands “MMMedia” is poised to achieve it’s stated goal, “commenting on excellence”. Excellent boards, excellent brands, excellent riders, excellent artists, excellent stories and Mervin Manufacturing a most excellent zero hazardous waste factory in Sequim, WA.
MMMedia is comprised primarily of a powerful triad. Tim Zimmerman long time Mervin in house photographer, master lensman, prolific A-grade producer and expert pilot…of drones. Tim Stanford twenty five plus year Mervin employee lifer with the most authentic Mervin voice anyone could ask for and producer of “Home School” the most epic home video board sports series the world has never seen. And videographer, editor and nose to the grind stone core snowboard / skateboard ombudsman Sean Lucey who’s early college snowboard video days led in to a six year stint with Think Thank filming and directing the final three Think Thank videos in their entirety.
This crew is backed up by the entire force of Mervin Mfg. including Think Thank founder, 20 year rider / video producer and Mervin Marketing Manager Jesse Burtner, co-founder VP of marketing and design Pete Saari as well as the entire design staff such as Shawn Bishop, Annette Veihelmann and Ben Lardy just to name a few. MMMedia is committed to combing each individual’s skills with the goal of putting out their best work ever. Production is already underway with MMMedia on location from Baldface to Laax filming and shooting for Lib Tech’s “Road to Holy Bowly” video series that will encompass all Lib Tech categories and Gnu’s “Gully Quest” and “Cool Hair” short films. Look out for the MMMedia logo on all videos that comment on excellence.