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Go To Team Elite Camera Crew & Video Production Crew | Ryan Ricker

The beanie is packed away, the hair is high and tight, the beard is gone (well shorter, anyways) and my legs are excited to see the light of day.  Summer is here and we are cooking!  Heating up that pavement as we are shooting for...

Normally, these posts begin with your ambiguous traveling tag line, "I packed up my *insert expensive piece of equipment* and hit the road to *insert exotic location*".  Well, I've been everywhere, man...

It was only a matter of time until I got my eyes back on some Nascar action.  Shooting for Fox Sports, I traversed south on I-95 to Richmond International Raceway, thankfully not during rush hour.   I took part in shooting two segments for the...

Command central gave the green light, DC launch is a GO.  #GTTDC is official.  I am humbled and very excited to launch another market under the wings of GTT.  After the great success of the Chicago launch, certainly going to miss the relationships and great...

          Another Miro shoot.  Yes!  I turned the GTT truck south and headed for Chambana (Champaign-Urbana), where sits a quaint university, Illinois University.  It was time for another installment of the Big Ten Experience.  Track and Field was the subject and the Phantom Miro was the medium....

When I heard I was headed to Boca Raton for UFC I was extremely excited.  Spring has not yet hit the Chicago area, so I was looking forward to getting closer to the equator and thawing out my gear.  I packed up my flip-flops, shorts,...

Loaded up my gear and headed west to the Great Plains for an awesome shoot with ESPN.  I covered the NCAA Wrestling Championship in Des Moines, IA.  My first ESPN shoot, woohoo!  I was shooting HDX 900 for a few interviews with wrestling legends and...

There is no such thing as "down time" at Go To Team.  When I am not shooting for one of our awesome clients, I am reaching out to the community by doing one of our infamous charity shoots.  This week I geared up the F3...