April 2, 2019, DES MOINES, IOWA.: Westrum & Brown is excited to announce its partnership with Future Line Entertainment. Future Line Entertainment is a Los Angeles film production company engaged in developing and producing ground-breaking independent feature films, commercials, music videos, PSAs, and documentaries.
Westrum & Brown has worked with Future Line Entertainment since 2012. We look forward to our partnership assisting our clients with creative and inspiring video content. Future Line Entertainment has worked with Nike, Oakley, Jaguar and several educational institutions. You can view more information on their websites. http://www.futurelineentertainment.com | https://appleharvestproductions.com/ | https://illuminareproductions.com
Emma Cameron | Creative Producer
A performer by training, Emma studied dance, musical theater and acting at Arts Educational, the beautiful Elizabethan Tring Park School in Hertfordshire, England. Work followed: entertaining musical-theater and Shakespeare audiences all over England grounded and inspired her continued film and voice-over work in LA. Given her contacts in LA, Emma naturally transitioned to corporate work and now produces content for a wide range of companies. Highlights from the last decade include working with US Olympic Gold medalist Misty May and Kerri Walsh for Nike Swim, Lebron James for Nike Basketball and great companies such as Oakley and Jaguar.
Mark Cameron | Creative Director
Mark Cameron has worked in the entertainment industry for fifteen years. He followed up his business degree at the University of California at Riverside with a masters in film at Loyola Marymount University. As an editor, he has worked for Mark Burnett and Morgan Spurlock (‘Super Size Me’); on television shows like ‘The Larry Sanders Show’ and also with companies he feels passionately about, such as The Sierra Club. Always ahead of the curve and eager to embrace new technology, Mark started a camera rental company in 2008.
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Westrum & Brown was founded by Jacob Smith. Mr. Smith has been in marketing and project management since 1998. In 2003 Mr. Smith opened JAKOBIE, as his marketing firm. By 2007, it became a leading provider for the small to medium-sized law firms in the nation. Mr. Smith split his business portfolio, where Jakobie's soul focus was serving the legal industry for its marketing needs. He created the parent company of Westrum & Brown for general industry marketing services. Mr. Smith named the firm after his maternal grandparents Eldon Westrum & Ethel Brown from Stratford, Iowa. It was to honor his grandparents for the values and ethics he was brought up with. Westrum & Brown continues to provide his clients with the newest technologies at affordable prices.
Senator William B. Allison Monument - Des Moines, IA
In 1917, friends of Senator William B. Allison, citizens and school children of Iowa, and the state legislature raised this memorial. A pivotal figure in Iowa's Republican party, Allison (1829-1908) represented Iowa in Congress for 43 years. He was twice a candidate for the presidential nomination of his party and was a close associate of every United States president from Abraham Lincoln to Theodore Roosevelt. Evelyn B. Longman of New York designed the monument. A central plaque picturing Allison is flanked by symbols of "Knowledge," "Legislature," and "Financial Prosperity" on the left, and "Peace," "Humanity," and "Agricultural Prosperity" on the right. The topmost figure, symbolizes "The Republic."
Biography of Evely Lognman: Evelyn worked for a wholesale dry goods store for six years until earning enough money to study at the Art Institute of Chicago at the age of 20. She completed her course work in only two years, graduating with highest honors in 1900. Mentoring under New York City sculptor, Daniel Chester French, she later received important commissions and won major competitions.Susan was the first woman sculptor accepted as a full member of the National Academy of Design.Susan became one of Larado Taft's "white rabbit" assistants who worked on sculpture for the 1893 World's Exposition. The highlight of her involvement of the St. Louis World's Fair was Evelyn's “Victory” statue, which was placed on top of the Festival Hall. Initially not intended on the prestigious top of the dome, the officials admired the beautiful statue so much that they placed it there. Longman’s statue was noteworthy because it depicted “Victory” as a man, not as a traditional woman.Later in New York, she worked closely with the famous sculptor Daniel Chester French on many projects, including the Lincoln Memorial.