We know you've heard about Adam Boozer and his company Jewell and Ginnie by now. He's cleaning up all over the South, with clients like Verizon Wireless, the Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Hawse, Charleston magazine, and Kulture Klash. But if you're still trying to put your finger on that special something that sets Boozer apart from his counterparts, let us help you: storyography. The idea that the story comes first and the biography second is the Bible on which Boozer has based his production company. Burnt out by the corporate advertising world where he got his start, Boozer appreciates the freedom to pursue smaller, more creative projects now. He's worked on a documentary about his friend and peer Tim Hussey, photographer Sully Sullivan, and a personal project filming real people like Doris Dixon of Reeves & Son Shoe Repair in their natural environments. Boozer captures the essence of his subjects and the attention of his fellow Charlestonians. You can find more information at jewellandginnie.com.
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