Jeremiah George Chapman is from the west Alabama southern college town of Tuscaloosa Alabama. After high school he moved to Savannah GA, and worked two years for the local ABC affiliate WTOC as a videographer. After shooting a nationally covered accident in 2002 he received the Georgia Associated Press Award for Best Spot News Photographer. Chapman then received a B.F.A. in Film and Television from the Savannah College of Art and Design. After graduation he produced and was Director of Photography for the short film Guash, which went on to win 1st place at the top film festival in Alabama, the Sidewalk Film Festival. He has also worked on the ABC pilot Hollis and Rae and the food network production Paula’s Party. Since 2006 he has worked with StandOff Studios where he was director of photography on the feature 12floz and on two nationally ran Dish network ads. Jeremiah has also worked as the Video Utility on the HBO miniseries JOHN ADAM, The Burning Plain, and Drew Barrymore's directorial debut Whip It. He lives privately at his home with his Chesapeake Bay Retriever Flyer.
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Danielle graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a B.F.A. in film/video and a minor in sound design. She discovered her love for digital media marketing while working in the broadcast production department at Campbell-Mithun Advertising Agency in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Unlike most film school graduates who migrate to New York City or Los Angeles, Danielle decided to work in Atlanta. With Atlanta being home to over one-thousand international businesses and a thriving city for young professionals, signs of growth in the film industry made it a smart choice. Her background managing film sets, engineering recording studio sessions, and music marketing led her to start Exclusive Remedies Studio. Danielle is an award-winning filmmaker and even has American Idol credibility to her name. While not producing content for ERS, Danielle travels around the world as a public affairs officer for the United States Army, independently coaches talent for vocal and acting performances, and conducts media training for corporate executives, music artists and business owners. She lives in Atlanta with her son.
“Our company is unique. Our staff is diverse, young, vibrant and free to explore their intuitive level of creativity. We work well together. Our backgrounds range from advertising, feature films, interior design, computer graphics, music production, photography and more. We like to think our range of expertise keeps ideas fresh and balanced. Exclusive Remedies Studio is mobile, allowing crews the opportunity to explore various areas of their desired industries. Production teams are generated based upon the project and the level of involvement needed. In the beginning (2009), our main goal was to provide small luxury properties with professional marketing content like its larger hotel counterparts. However, today ERS has become much more than a just a production company. It is now deemed a creative production agency. Client's treat us like their very own in-house digital media production department.
In the beginning
Director of Sales
CEO/ Executive Producer
Dru joined the Exclusive Remedies Studio team in 2011 as an independent sales consultant. Her background includes broadcast journalism, territory management, contract negotiation, public relations and much more. This Florida native loves to travel and spend time with her family and friends. Dru has been a great asset to our team.
Krystle Solomon began her journey in media production in the field of sports reporting. Shortly after college graduation her focus began to shift towards telling stories from behind the camera. Over the past seven years she has acquired experience in media production, broadcasting, writing, and customer service working at several corporations around the city of Atlanta and Manhattan. She also served as a media director for her church's video department. Having owned her very own production company years ago, her experience was further enhanced in the fields of digital photography, digital video, linear and non-linear editing, and website development. Krystle is a graduate of Georgia State University with a B.A. in Broadcast-Journalism.
This husband and wife team and co-founders of Going Platinum Productions (GP Productions) began working with Exclusive Remedies Studio when they were selected to be the music sponsors for Production Link Atlanta. Going Platinum Productions, LLC was founded February 2013 by Cedric and Zannetta Walker, in McDonough, Georgia. This husband and wife team specializes on originality, where the music is created by Cedric “DrSmooth” Walker, and the lyrics and vocal arrangements are written by Zannetta Walker. In April 2010, this duo completed their first song together entitled, I Could Be Your Lady, which paved the way for many other songs including They Say, In Love With You and several others. GP Productions is currently working on completing other projects and seeking new ventures that will open the door for new opportunities for both the company and new music artists. This husband and wife team are the parents of two beautiful daughters.
Cedric & Zannetta Walker
Chris began working with Exclusive Remedie Studio in 2011. Having filmed for the Olympics, Tyler Perry, Animal Planet, feature films, and major television networks, Chris adds a variety to our visual approach. His level of professionalism and flexibility makes him a tremendous asset to our production team. Chris lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his lovely wife Leah and their son.
Before moving to Atlanta in 1995, Andre had a successful career in visual merchandising for large department stores in central Brazil. After years of working in design he was ready for a new challenge. He wasn’t quite sure of what he wanted to do but he knew he wanted to work in the service industry. With very little money or the ability to speak sufficient English, Andre started paving his own way in the Metropolitan of the south.
He landed a job with a cleaning service called Cleaners to Keep. Not long afterwards the owner made him a partner and in 2001 he purchased the company and changed the name to Andre’s Home Service. Under his leadership, his company began specializing in cleaning, redecorating, and organizing moving services for corporations who were relocating employees. His company in collaboration with 360 Home ReDesigns, has become an exclusive design service with Atlanta-based high-end clientele and celebrities.