Oct. 26, 2006
The Aurora Awards announced today that Florida State Universities Seminole Productions has been awarded three Gold Awards for their exceptional work over the past year. The Aurora Awards is an international competition designed to recognize excellence in the film and video industries. Entries have come from across the
The Seminole Productions staff members receiving Aurora Gold awards are Jim Garbarino who received two awards, and Jerry Tootle, who received the third award. Tootle received a gold award for his work producing and directing the Environmental Results Program for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Garbarino received both his gold awards for his producing and production work on The Bobby Bowden TV Show including his use of graphics and design for the Bobby Bowden show open, and received the other award for his producing skills on the Bobby Bowden Show as a full sports program. Previous winners of this award include Disney I.D.E.A.S, The History Channel, A&E Network and Fox Sports Net. The
With these awards, the staff of Seminole Productions continues an almost unheard of streak of national award recognitions with over 40 awards in the past few years. During that time, Tootle has been awarded eight total awards including two previous Aurora Gold Awards, while Garbarino has been awarded three previous Aurora Gold awards and has won an astonishing 27 total awards.
Established in 1987, Seminole Productions handles virtually every video production need for Florida State Athletics and teaches advanced courses in video production and performance to FSU Communication students. Under the direction of