Based in Acushnet, Massachusetts Mass Green Screen lives on the top floor of an original Acushnet Company (Titleist/Footjoy) mill and houses a comfortable production facility that focuses on the latest standards in digital cinematography. Mass Green Screen is a complete production facility for corporate video, television and film in the heart of the South Coast of Massachusetts. Located 55 miles south of Downtown Boston, 25 miles east of Providence, Rhode Island and 20 miles from Cape Cod – Mass Green Screen is the premiere production studio of the South Coast, Cape Cod, the Islands and Rhode Island.
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Paul Raposo is lead video editor and director of photography of The Franchise Group and green screen studio manager at Mass Green Screen. Since discovering the wonders of his parents’ camera as a child, he developed an interest in making videos. After taking a filmmaking class in high school, he knew he would someday turn his passion for film into a career.
In 2012, Paul graduated from the New England Institute of Technology, jumping into his career in film without looking back. Throughout his career so far, he has acquired meaningful experience in video editing, cinematography, directing, lighting, audio, and photography. Paul takes pride in staying up-to-date with new technology. He completes much of his work in Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, and Lightroom.
When not working on videos or photography, Paul can likely be found playing music. A drummer since age six, he has always had a passion for music. He believes that his musical background strengthens his editing skills in a way that only musical discipline can. He also enjoys spending time with family and friends, learning new recipes, and woodworking.
His guilty pleasures include LEGOS, McDonald’s Chicken Nuggets, and the Mission: Impossible movie franchise.
Nick Francis is Managing Partner and Chief Visionary Officer of The Franchise Group as well as Managing Partner of Mass Green Screen. He has over 15 years’ experience producing and directing award-winning campaigns and videos backed by the combination of a state university undergraduate visual design education with a targeted film & motion graphics MFA at a world-class private arts institution.
Nick’s experience and creative savvy has lead him around the world directing and producing marketing videos for Rosetta Stone, the Winter Olympic Games, AT&T and the National Park Service. He has also produced world-class conferences in Copenhagen, the Algarve in Portugal, Barcelona, London and many other destinations. Nick’s total commitment to consistently go beyond the clients’ expectations has attracted many senior leaders to entrust him with creative and marketing initiatives, regionally, nationally and internationally.
When not leading his award-winning creative team Nick is likely entertaining friends and family with his closest friend Amy over one of their now well-known themed beer dinners, or enjoying the many beautiful coastal landscapes, hiking trails and beaches with his wife Teresina and daughter Elisabella.
His guilty pleasures include a coffee frappe (frappe is a New England term for what the rest of the world calls a “milkshake”), dancing obnoxiously around the office to the latest popular rap anthem and lending his wide array of useless knowledge to others in a fashion now known to all as Nickipedia.
The newest addition to the TFG video squad, Justin picked up a camera and discovered his interest in visual arts while applying to colleges. After spending a year at RIC as a psych major, Justin transferred to NEIT where he found his love for Aerial Photography, Animation and Video Production (and met his best friend and fellow TFG-er Paul).
When not exercising his creative skills in video form, Justin can be found showcasing his creativity as a member of the Providence Improv Guild (check em out!). A member of PIG’s twice monthly House Team, Justin also performs with various other groups including multi Infinite Bacon winning, DTI (Down to Improv). If there’s no video-ing to be done, or Improv-ing to be had, Justin can be found whipping up a dope new veggie dish in the kitchen, trying Providence’s newest foodie hotspot, binge-watching Survivor or searching for the perfect pun.