Meet the Owners of M2G
M2G co-owner, Writer/Director Chad Murdock brings over 27 years of experience in broadcast TV, video production and as a direct response-marketing expert. A highly intelligent and highly skilled director of talent, Chad is the perfect choice for interview driven pieces and anything involving single or multi-camera talent-oriented productions. His tremendous range of experience over the years has included producing for CBS television as well as becoming one of the pioneers and leaders in Direct Response television producing/directing. In addition, he has translated his television background into many corporate non-broadcast projects, bringing a higher level of quality to those productions.
He says, “I don’t believe there is any product with great value and a great story that can not be sold or branded through TV. My success has come from understanding advertising principles and applying them to good products.”
M2G co-owner, Writer/Director/Editor Edward Mailhot has over 28 years of television and corporate video experience. He has been called upon to write, direct and edit hundreds of high profile, business critical projects. Collaborative and easy to work with, Edward is one of the most versatile video professionals in the business. Highly skilled and hands on in all areas of production, Edward is excellent in working with non-professional corporate employees as well as professional talent. Among his strengths are a strong storytelling ability through the use of interviews (he has conducted hundreds of interviews on all subject matters) and a sophisticated visual style honed by years of commercial and television production.
Just a few highlights of his career have included corporate projects for:
Nissan, Amgen, Tejon Ranch, Fleetwood RV, Honda, Microsoft, Peoplesoft, Toshiba, Lifescan, Sage Software, Mazda, Honda and Disney/Epcot Center and many, many more. As well as multi-camera television directing for ESPN, CNN, NBC and FitTV/Body by Jake,
On his approach he says, “No matter how complicated a corporate message might be, there’s always a way to communicate it in a very simple, emotional and powerful way to the audience. It really makes a difference for an audience to be engaged. The message sticks…”