The media landscape into which our children are being brought up is vastly different from any other generation of children, even including my own generation (which was only 20 years ago). Is our education system reforming quick enough prepare our … Read More
Just a quick note today to announce the addition of one more story to the original series of Friend stories. I’ve received author release to produce “Lost in a Blizzard.” The story is told of a young boy on a … Read More
I have long felt that in order for filmmakers to have a positive social impact on society, there had to be a degree of abundant productivity either individually or collectively as a group. Notice my premise and the reason for … Read More
Meet Joe Summerhays: Did you catch what it is that Mr. Summerhays does for a living? As early as fourth grade, he is teaching children throughout New York to become movie makers!
Visitors to the Sun Swing Media home page, may have noticed recently the addition of a striking new piece of photography depicting the Lord Jesus Christ with a child in a warm exchange of smiles. The photo, taken from the … Read More
One of the more rewarding projects that I’ve been able to work on in my recent years as a web developer has been the great undertaking of creating a completely original coloring page website and resource for the online world.
Longevity makes for good business investment. This is understood in the entertainment industry, but wrongly applied. Where media execs are looking for the youngest performers that they can ride for the longest amount of time, they should be considering the … Read More
Attention Bloggers: We need your help! The Sun Swing Media Company is working hard to produce a new series of animated cartoons from the Friend magazine, a children’s publication from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and has … Read More
This video is a few years dated at this point (2008), but offers a interesting perspective about approach children, especially teens, using media (video/Internet) as creators. Towards the end of the video, Professor Jenkins suggests that the way that we … Read More
We had an experience in our home yesterday that gave me pause for reflection. Our three-year-old son just got done watching a video for an hour because my wife needed a nap. Afterwards, my wife informed me that he didn’t … Read More