The Altamonte Springs Campus will be featured in a television commercial that will air across Florida this fall.
A nursing lab at the campus was chosen as the site for a public service announcement for the Florida Prepaid College Plan. The College was paid for the use of the lab, and the film shoot lasted most of the day on Saturday, Aug. 13.
To keep the lighting consistent, the crew brought in a four-story crane that was perched outside.
Staff from Purchasing and Auxiliary Services, the Campus Provost Office, Facilities, Safety and Security, and College Relations and Marketing worked together to accommodate the film crew from Castle Way Productions under a tight deadline. The shoot was handled by Wayne Chrystal, Castle Way Productions' executive producer, and director of photography Mark Kohl.
A film scout from Locations, Etc. mentioned she was impressed by the College's new facilities. She also toured the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus' Center for Public Safety looking for locations for this and future projects.
The commercial features parents-to-be in a doctor's office.
The Ann Wiggins Moore Center for Nursing & Healthcare Professionals at Seminole State's Altamonte Springs Campus features 16 special-purpose laboratories, each with media teaching stations, including classrooms that use cutting-edge audio/visual technology with computer and wireless Internet connectivity. The campus opened in January 2008. For more information, please visit the campus homepage.
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