San Luis Obispo, CA, March 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- "As a fan of the wonderful work Habitat for Humanity has been doing for years, I was honored to have been asked to help capture the day’s event," said Orlando Delbert. “Along with Producer and Unit Production Manager, Julia Garza, and long-time friend, and Owner of Rosies Workwear, LLC, Sharon Moore, we were able to work alongside Cindy Edwards, Construction Supervisor from CK Builders, and everyone there to see the day come together. We felt very welcome among all of the wonderful volunteers on site.”
Rosies Workwear were one of the sponsors for the day, which supplied overalls to all of the volunteers. CK Builders, Inc. was the construction contractor. Sharon Moore, Julia Garza, and Orlando Delbert executive produced the capturing of the day’s events. Orlando Delbert was the Director of Photography, and Editor.
“Cindy Edwards made sure safety awareness was high, and very much a priority. This was a key focus throughout the day. The level of professionalism was very high. Everyone’s openness to us being there made shooting still photography and high definition video a lot easier. We were having fun, especially with everyone dancing for the camera. I am grateful for having the opportunity of being part of something special. This program brings together women from all walks of life to actively address the problem of children in poverty. I am grateful for being able to have captured it.”
Habitat for Humanity for San Luis Obispo County is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian ministry that seeks to eliminate generational poverty in our county and to make substandard housing and homelessness socially, politically, and morally unacceptable. Last week, framing was being constructed and erected, as part of two new homes that will be called home to two families.
More information on Habitat for Humanity for San Luis Obispo Country Mission can be found at http://www.hfhsloco.org/
Rosies Workwear embraces the can do attitude of today's woman! During World War II, six million women went to work in manufacturing plants taking the place of the men who went overseas to fight. These women were memorialized by Rose Hill Monroe, a riveter who was featured in a poster campaign wearing coveralls and became the subject of the 1943 song "Rosie the Riveter." Rosie came to symbolize women's newfound strength and the slogan "we can do it" was born.
More information on Rosie's Workwear can be found at http://www.rosiesworkwear.com/
Delbert has an extensive background in brand building Internationally, with a focus on television network and broadcast identities. Work with CBS, FOX, NBC, The Dr. Phil Show, Entertainment Tonight/Insider, Telemundo, and Television Games Network has led him to multiple National Sports Emmy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design. His support for companies such as The Ant Farm, Intralink Film Graphic Design, Pongo Productions, Vurv, Inc. and What About Coco have extended company services to film marketing, launching campaigns, on-air promos, commercials, and syndication packaging for clients such as Disney, Twentieth Century Fox, Introvision International, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, Warner Brothers, and many others.
Delbert Entertainment, LLC specializes in Motion Graphic Design and the branding of television/cable networks, their identities and broadcast packaging. This includes television show packaging, on-air promos, launch campaigns, and commercials.