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Jim Gibson is an Emmy Award Winning Television Host and Vocal Recording Artist.  Gibson’s Professional Career Began At The Young Age Of 16 When He Joined The Professional Musician’s Union.   His Career Took A Major Leap When He Became A Member Of The Grammy Award Winning “B.J. Thomas Band”, Whose Hits Include “Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head” and “Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song”.  Gibson Then Stepped Into The World Of Television Where He Hosted “Windy City Alive,” Winning An Emmy For “Best Music And Variety Show For A Series- WCFC-TV Chicago.  Gibson just completed his 3rd and final year hosting “Money IQ” for TLN-TV Chicago.  

Among Gibson’s Many Other Credits, He Was A Male Vocal Finalist On The Popular Television Talent Show “Star Search” With Ed McMahan; he performed In The White House At The Congressional Ball For President’s Reagan and Bush Sr. Gibson Sang The National Anthem On The Nationally Televised Miami Dolphins / Buffalo Bills Football Game; he hosted MGM-TV’s “Dreams Can Come True,” Co-Hosted With “Down Town Julie Brown” The Hawaiian Tropic Spring Break Specials On MTV, and the Internationally televised Miss Universe Presentation telecast in Puerto Rico for Telemundo.  Throughout His Career Gibson Has Recorded 5 Independent Solo Vocal Albums.

Gibson Is Most Known For His Hosting Of More Than 1,500 Televised Pageant Telecasts & Specials Throughout The World For Many Organizations, Including Miss Universe, Miss Hawaiian Tropic, American Dream Model Search, Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, Miss Globe, Mrs. America And Venus Model Search.  When Real Estate Mogul Donald Trump Purchased Miss Universe Inc., Trump Retained Gibson As His “Director Of Pageant Affairs”.  As A Point Of Interest, Some Of Gibson’s Former Pageant Contestants Include Vanna White, Marla Maples, Paula Zahn, Marishka Hargitay, Sandra Bullack, Halle Berry, And Dozens Of Soap Stars And Models.  

Gibson Is Very Active In A Number Of Charities.  Most Notably, Gibson Is The Executive Producer Of “Fight Night”, A Washington DC Black Tie Charitable Event (A Fundraising Arm For Fight For Children Inc.), Featuring Both Sports And Entertainment Super Stars.  Fight Night Has Raised More Than 400 Million Dollars With Matching Grants Over The Past 23 Years For Select Children’s Charitable Needs.  Gibson Was Also The Voice Over Announcer And Line Producer For “Rockin The Corps”, The Largest Military “Tribute Concert” Ever Produced (2004), Featuring Destiny’s Child, Kiss, Hootie And The Blowfish and Cerdick The Entertainer, Recorded Live For An International Movie In Front Of More Than 50,000 Marines & Their Families During Iraq Deployment.  

Chiann Gibson was Born in Tokyo, Japan, the daughter of Taiwanese parents, who immigrated to America and spent most of her childhood as a true Texan. A graduate of the University of Washington, she was a 3-year cheerleader, cheering in both the Rose Bowl (Rose Bowl Parade) and the Japan Bowl in Tokyo. Chiann won the title of Mrs. United States 2005, representing all the married women of America.  She also was a former Washington State Junior Miss, Miss Washington USA, American Dream Calendar Girl, and Miss Hawaiian Tropic winner. She was chosen 1 of 15 professional models out of 10,000+ auditions to compete in 2003 on ABC-TV’s modeling television show, “Are You Hot?”  Chiann was inducted (1 of 67 inductees) into the Tri-Delta Sorority Hall of Fame, joining the likes of Senator Elizabeth Dole, Katie Couric, Liz Claiborne, Deborah Norville, Catherine Crier, Dixie Carter and Farrah Fawcett. She often speaks at numerous schools and youth clubs.  She is often hired as a spokes model t speak at major dental trade meetings, including the Chicago Dental Society’s Midwinter Meeting, the California Dental Association’s Scientific Sessions, and the American Dental Association’s Annual Session.  Chiann was recently chosen as one of two doctors for the TV pilot, Extreme Faces Miracle Cases. Chiann is a true inspiration of what a woman can do if she applies herself. Her motto, “The American Dream is Alive and Well for those who dare to reach for it” only exemplifies her spirit and successes to date.

DON BEEBE:  Don Beebe's life story is a combination of the blockbuster movies “Rudy,” “Hoosiers” and “The Rookie.”  Like “Rudy”, Beebe was overlooked by major colleges because he was too small and an unknown. Like the athletes in “Hoosiers”, he played high school ball at a small Midwest school surrounded by farmland and sports dreams that seldom came true. And like “The Rookie”, he was completely out of sports for years; in his case, working construction before making a comeback in one of the most amazing journeys ever witnessed in the NFL. Beebe went on to play in six Super Bowls, including Super Bowl XXXI that he and the Green Bay Packers won. Don is a very well known and requested Motivational Speaker who's often used for commercial and endorsement ventures.

Nathan DiGesare:  At the young age of only 5, it was apparent that Nathan's talents far surpassed those of other children his age.  In his freshmen year at high school, Nathan began piano lessons with Stanley Hummel who was a resident teacher at the renowned Juilliard School of Music. On February 1, 1974 Nathan made his first professional appearance as a performer at the Union College in Schenectady, New York. Nathan continued his education in music at the Indiana University School of Music and the Juilliard School of Music.

After leaving New York in 1978, Nathan was invited by a close friend in the music business to come to Nashville, TN. Nathan’s work as a musician earned distinction and popularity within the Nashville Contemporary Christian music scene almost immediately upon his arrival. From 1983 on, he has performed his own piano solo concerts around the world. Nathan met his wife Laurie during this time and toured together. As Nathan and Laurie began a family, Nathan created a vision to own and operate an entertainment entity – Scrimshaw Sound Productions, which has successfully begun branding its name and sound throughout the music industry. Nathan has written songs and produced records in various musical genres. Performing, writing, arranging and producing music for major recording artists and labels earned his solid reputation and noteworthy success. 

In 1994 Nathan was offered an A&R position at a major record label. He met Keith Diamond, writer/producer ( Billy Ocean, Michael Bolton, Donna Summer, Rod Stewart, Sheena Easton). Immediately the two not only bonded musically, but developed a great friendship. This was a pivotal point in Nathan's career for mainstream pop. It was through Keith, that Nathan met the late Donna Summer and her husband Bruce Sudano. Nathan became a Producer, arranger and musician with Donna, and toured with her until her unfortunate death in 2012.

Nathan’s work is embodied in recordings by many of today’s leading recording artists. Nathan has recorded on over 40 albums garnering more than 2 million in sales. Many of his projects have earned Grammy, Billboard and multiple Dove Awards. Nathan has been nominated for a Grammy in 2005 for the "Best Contemporary Christian Pop Album of the Year". A higlight in Nathan's career was when he was invited to co-produce a song for a film soundtrack (Pokemon' 2000) with his mentor David Foster (Celine Dion, Chicago, Whitney Houston, Cher).

It is this exceptional musical touch that now makes Nathan a highly regarded and sought after videographer / film editor and Producer.  Big Talk Media does much of our editing of footage and musical on lay with our projects in Nathan's Nashville Scrimshaw Studio, a state of the art facility used my many celebrity clients.

Dan Andersen is an experienced freelance videographer, editor and photographer, whose clients include, but not limited to, the Emmy Award winning TLN Television Network, Orchard Valley Community Church – One of America’s Top 25 Most Innovative Churches, and Don Beebe’s House Of Speed. Don is known for being one of the fastest NFL players in history and one of the top most memorable Super Bowl plays. 

With a passion for sports, Dan started his career shooting sporting events and producing
highlight videos. From there it expanded into corporate promotional/marketing videos,
bumper videos, wedding photos and videos, school portraits and sports team photos and

Dan’s video and photography production equipment consists of Apple hardware and
software (Final Cut Studio - Final Cut Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Motion as well as Aperture)
as well as Adobe Photoshop. The video and photo equipment consists of Canon HD
video cameras and Canon 5D MarkII and 1D Mark IV DSLRs
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