100" National Award Winners
programming, content development, and integration
solutions for interactive training, marketing, advertising,
instructional media applications and student
for the Internet, Intranets, CD-Rom, DVD, television,
print, direct mail and public information kiosks.
include consulting, design, programming,
project management, and systems integration.
technology (IT) constitutes an industry that has become a major
economic player, and one that is seamlessly woven into the American
mainstream public service and educational institutions. Organizations
now have great opportunities to provide quality training and information
for their employees, shareholders, prospects and clients.
Multimedia provides computer-based solutions for connecting people,
places, things and events through the integration of programming
and managed content . We develop technical CAD illustrations,
video, graphic animations, interactive 3D models and other electronic
a quarter century, the evolution of the products and systems developed
by American Multimedia present perfect opportunities for institutions
seeking the ability create, deploy and have full update control
of information technologies operating on personal computers or
networks. Content can be delivered over servers, the Internet
or on portable media such as DVD or CD-ROM. Sensitive data can
be protected by restricting access through packaging, encryption
and other security mechanisms requiring authorization and multi-level
password keys for unlocking programs using telephone, mail and/or
Multimedia is an Alaskan company, headquartered in the town of
Homer. The business contracts to government, education and corpoate
institutions. Craig and Joanne Cutler are the firm's principals.
and long term projects are welcome.
a letter of referral written to a fellow physician who expressed
interest in multimedia teaching and training systems development,
Dr. Rebecca Poling wrote:
"I mentioned Craig Cutler, with whom I worked for 8 years
(2000-2007) who is the best in the business. Craig and his wife,
Joanne, produced hours of multimedia content at the highest level,
and as close to perfect as one can get. They work together, are
very detailed and precise, and figure out how to communicate what
you want to teach. Not only did they produce the animations, but
also shot video, edited it, and incorporated it into flash movies
so it could be delivered on CD or on the Internet.
I recently spoke with Craig and they are still working in these
types of projects."