|Making Traditions: Woodworking in Louisiana is a joint effort of
Roy J. Couvillion and Vidox, pooling the talents of a lifelong woodworker and craftsman with an award-winning video production company.
Roy J. Couvillion is a mechanical engineer with an ancestral passion for woodworking. Drawing from experience in a number of industries, he's often called upon to provide creative solutions to esoteric and even ill-defined problems. From experimental helicopters, surgical devices and turbine-powered watercraft to woodworking, his out-of-the-box approach has given him the reputation of being "not like normal people." In the shop, Roy's competence and confidence are both obvious and contagious. Conventional and unique woodworking machines and methods combine with his engaging rapport in a seamless one-on-one viewer experience. As an interviewer, his disarming demeanor solicits an endearing performance from even the most anxious guest.
|Founded in 1982 by Chris Allain in Lafayette, Louisiana, Vidox is an award-winning video production company, recognized not only for its exceptional product but also for its tradition as an early adopter of new technology. Mr. Allain is recognized by the industry as an authority in many aspects of digital video production and is frequently published in a number of trade magazines.|
|Louisiana Economic Development's Office of Entertainment Industry Development offers tax credit programs for film production and infrastructure. Follow the link for details.|
|By statute, the State of Louisiana restricts the use of the term "Cajun" to those services or goods substantially connected with the state of Louisiana. While Roy's Cajun ancestry is inarguable, the statute doesn't apply to people. Rather, the use of the logo applies to his products.|
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