Elephant Quilt is a one-stop multimedia production company based in New Orleans. From concept-to-delivery, we create compelling video and music content for our clients. Whether your business needs an online video profile, your band needs a music video, your reality tv or web series needs to get off the ground, or you want to record voiceover for your audiobook, we help you bring your media idea to life.
Elephant Quilt teamed up with Ed Inquiry’s Tyrone Mowatt, and New Orleans hip hop artists Sir Herk and Justen Williams to produce an educational hip hop music video designed to motivate kids about a new math program at Eisenhower Charter School on the Westbank in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The power of music and video to reach kids where they are, to teach, and to deliver a positive educational message is amazing!
The guest this week is Meschiya Lake. “She brings an early jazz sensibility to songcraft and presentation that places her as a top drawer cabaret singer… blues belter… and honest-to-goodness, modern-day chanteuse.” - Gwen Thompkins
Enjoy a free taste of the Zion Harmonizers first recording in 15 years as they celebrate their 75th year as a New Orleans gospel group! Featuring the help of legendary New Orleans trumpeter/arranger Wendell Brunious and many other great musicians, the new album is coming October 2013, so please stay tuned! We were honored to have such a talented group record their new album here at Elephant Quilt Productions!
Elephant Quilt video lands Food Network TV series!
Over the years, Elephant Quilt has produced videos for the family-owned Shed BBQ and Blues Joint in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. The sizzle reel created at Elephant Quilt grabbed the attention of Mandt Bros. Productions and the Food Network which landed the Orrison family their own TV series!
Jason Rhein of Elephant Quilt Productions is co-producer of the WWNO radio program Music Inside Out. The weekly show is recorded, edited , and mixed at Elephant Quilt Productions.
In this episode, Gwen Thompkins celebrates Allen Toussaint for receiving the National Medal of Arts on 10 July 2013 in a ceremony at the White House. The medal is the United States government’s highest award for artists and patrons of the arts.
Toussaint was cited for “his contributions as a composer, producer and performer. Born and raised in New Orleans, Mr. Toussaint has built a legendary career alongside America’s finest musicians, sustaining his city’s rich tradition of rhythm and blues, and lifting it to the national stage.”