Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division

Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division A full service filmmaking operation covering a wide array of applications including special emphasis Texomatic Pictures is a full service filmmaking operation specifically tailored for the transportation industry.

We offer recruiting and driver profile videos, videos for orientation training and videos built specifically for website front page presentations that have a call to action.

Operating as usual

ATHS - Harrisonburg Virginia
06/03/2021

ATHS - Harrisonburg Virginia

We are out here snapping photos & taking videos at ATHS in Virginia!
06/02/2021

We are out here snapping photos & taking videos at ATHS in Virginia!

Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division
12/23/2020

Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division

Been a hot minute (no thanks to you, 2020) but we were able to capture a little truckin footage today east of Houston. G...
12/15/2020

Been a hot minute (no thanks to you, 2020) but we were able to capture a little truckin footage today east of Houston.

Gathering recruiting content for our latest client, @trimactrans
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#trucking #videoproduction #supplychain #recruiting

11/16/2020
Live at The Lounge

Live at The Lounge

Tex Crowley of the Texas Media Foundry takes the other side of the camera in this weekend’s broadcast. Join Sam and David as they talk with Tex about what’s been going on in his life as well as his thoughts on the election fiasco.

So, is anyone hearing anything about this? 1st I’ve heard of it...
11/09/2020

So, is anyone hearing anything about this? 1st I’ve heard of it...

10/09/2020

Boom down, damnit!!!

10/08/2020

For Love of Trucking.

This is a demo reel I created in early 2019 for my former company, Texomatic Pictures, LLC. The Texomatic name may be gone and replaced by Texas Media Foundry, LLC but the sentiment remains.

We cater to all industries when it comes to video content but for me, trucking is home. It is familiar. It is what I resonate with.

The whole point in me picking up a camera and approaching this industry is to help share the story of trucking in a positive light. Lord knows many see truckers as the bad guys and my aim is to shift that perception. If I can make a little money along the way to help me continue that quest, all the better.

I put in 20+ years behind the wheel of a big truck. I'm still here, ready and willing to capture the realities of this industry for those willing to take a chance on what I can provide...

TXFoundry.com

What in the wide wide world of sports kind of abomination is this???🤔
09/29/2020

What in the wide wide world of sports kind of abomination is this???🤔

09/25/2020
We need a couple trucks for video!

We have a client that needs a few shots of trucks and related material for a project. We'll buy you lunch!

Criteria: O/O or company driver, male or female. Focus is more on equipment versus individual.

Could use shots of tanker, flatbed (loaded or empty) and dry van. Company logos will not be shown. If you drive for a megacarrier or a fleet with large, distinguishable logos/markings, no need to reply. We aren't knocking you... we just need as bare bones, generic looking equipment as we can get.

Elegible drivers must be able to take a 2-3 hour break during daylight hours within 100 miles of ZIP code 77803 (Bryan, TX).

Message the page if this is something you wouldn't mind helping out with!

*IMPORTANT*
Unless you have your own authority, you MUST get permission from your company to participate. If they have questions, they can contact me at [email protected]

Stay safe, drivers. We appreciate you!

-Tex

Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division's cover photo
09/25/2020

Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division's cover photo

09/14/2020
Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division

Once again, it's National Truck Driver Appreciation Week. Unfortunately, we haven't been out much to capture new visuals to create a new tribute video. Here's last year's copy.

Thank you, drivers, for your hard work and dedication, especially with this effed up year we've all dealt with.

Stay safe,
Tex

"The best attribute of this combination of man and machine is these drivers aren't just drivers... they are human..."

Our short thank you video to the men and women that keep our economy moving. You have our respect and admiration.

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Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division
09/12/2020

Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division

Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division
09/11/2020

Texas Media Foundry Transportation Video Division

08/23/2020
Long Haul Paul Music

I had the opportunity to spend a little time with my friend Paul Marhoefer aka Long Haul Paul back in February before SHTF in March. We recorded his latest upcoming album, "Songs From A Truck" and this is the first one from that session...

Follow Long Haul Paul Music for more!

Songs From A Truck, Volume One
The Hard Years
preorder yours today!
$20 free shipping in the USA
https://www.paypal.me/paulmarhoefermusic/

For Denise...

A great read right here...
08/13/2020

A great read right here...

Today we thought we’d celebrate the life and work of gutsy, pioneer female Aussie truckie Toots Holzheimer - a tough hard-working woman who would’ve stamped out gender-bias and sexism with her work boot!

Toots was one of the first Australian women to take on - not only the job of truck driving, but also the incredibly difficult delivery run up into Cape York in her famous blue M.A.N. prime mover which is now “parked-up” in the Winton Diamantina Heritage Truck and Machinery Museum.

The rugged, isolated dirt tracks this living legend travelled wound through tropical rainforest and often took weeks! Through sheer hard work Toots managed to keep her truck moving - always first to make it through to remote communities across the Cape after the wet season and the last to leave before the next big wet set in.

Here was a woman with a heart of gold and a can-do attitude who – I’m told, could swear with the best of them! In the 1960’s and 70’s there were no forklifts along Toot’s run, so she devised her own techniques to load and unload forty-four-gallon drums - believing if you took on a man’s job, you did all the work involved without complaining.

All this was done against a backdrop of unbearable heat and humidity, across boggy dirt and sand tracks infested with sand-flies and mosquitoes, driving through countless flooded causeways during the wet season.

Conditions were unimaginably tough. There was no air-conditioning and mobile phones were the stuff of science fiction. Incredibly, in these primitive conditions, Toots gave birth to one of her children, placing her new-born on the truck bunk while she continued and finished her run.

In those days, tautliners were unheard of in Australia, so covering freight with massive tarpaulins before tying off with dozens of feet of rope was the way it was done. This is a task few truckies would attempt today.

Those who knew and worked with this inspirational living legend talk about a staunchly independent, capable woman who – more-often-than not, declined help from other's.

Dressed in her trademark terry-towelling boob-tube dress which was usually tucked up into her undies, Toots single-handedly dug herself out of bog holes, changed tyres and crossed crocodile infested rivers as a matter of course.

As much as some would have us gals think the job’s too physically demanding for women here’s a woman who categorically demonstrated it simply isn’t!

Fast-forward half a century ..... long gone are Toot’s days of back-breaking work driving old bangers without air-conditioning and power steering. Today’s powerful prime-movers provide an almost luxurious ride, particularly the European trucks which have features Toots could never even have dreamed of!

Hat’s off to this incredible trailblazer ❣️

08/12/2020
Trucker G

Love and respect y'all. This is what makes this country and this industry great. Never lose sight of this...

Taking Jim On His final Ride. Jim Has Cancer And This Was His Last Wish. Jim Has Been Trucking For 50 Years And Is A Vietnam Veteran. Words Can't Express How Honored I Am.
Share This Out And Show Jim Some Love

08/06/2020
The George and Wendy Show

Drivers, let's hear about it. I know some of you have been coerced into unsafe situations. Chime in on the post from The George and Wendy Show.

Thanks and stay safe...
Tex

Have you ever been sent to an area known for lack of parking and high crime activity by your company/broker/whatever?

I need to hear about it.

Please share and drop your experiences in the comments.

As always, much obliged. Be safe out there.

As we mentioned our new brand and name last spring, a local competitor swooped in and took our domain names we were goin...
08/06/2020

As we mentioned our new brand and name last spring, a local competitor swooped in and took our domain names we were going to purchase and linked them to a damn Rick Astley video on YouTube. This childish, bush league move obviously slowed our progress but whatever. As of tonight, we now own them.

We are not deterred. We will not stop. We are here to stay no matter what.

#videoproduction #cantstopwontstop

07/08/2020
Texas Media Foundry

Goofin off round the office today. This is how I practice those automotive/trucking shots😂

And now for something completely different:

Gymkhana
/jimˈkänə/ - noun
A day event comprising races and other competitions between horse riders or car drivers. We are doing this on a much smaller scale.
Full video coming soon...

Goats Truking
06/30/2020

Goats Truking

06/26/2020
Texas Media Foundry

Who likes old square body Chevys??? Here’s a vintage ‘77 K-10 getting a skyshower 😎

A little rain this evening in College Station made for a quick video opportunity.

‘Ol Blue got a shower from the heavens...

Big Rigs
06/26/2020

Big Rigs

Legendary Big Rigs
06/26/2020

Legendary Big Rigs

Tex battled the weather earlier today - we love a good storm!
06/21/2020

Tex battled the weather earlier today - we love a good storm!

The scene earlier at Grand Pkwy and 290...

#storms

How Old Were You When You Rode In Your First Big Rig?? 🤛👍😀 Art Designed By Didier Graffet
06/21/2020

How Old Were You When You Rode In Your First Big Rig?? 🤛👍😀

Art Designed By Didier Graffet

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06/13/2020

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06/10/2020
Texas Media Foundry

Texas Media Foundry

We were sitting around the office and Joe came across a list of trucker slang. I started answering them rapid fire so him and Kyle put me up to the test on camera. This is the result.

How many do you know?

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202 W. 26th Street
Bryan, TX
77803

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Tuesday 08:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 18:00
Thursday 08:00 - 18:00
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K camioes mas bonitos y fuertes
Hie good fella
low cost- high value domain just went on the block for sale. A super domain name became available. Trucksalesindallas.com This is a hard to get dot com with the ability to direct google searches directly to your web site. Grab is quick. I am promoting it’s availability to a few other trunk dealers in the area. Great price! https://sedo.com/search/details/?domain=trucksalesindallas.com&partnerid=325001&origin=partner
The creative director lining up his troops #GATS2019
It's a Texomatic picture. A 593 Films Production. 👍👍👍🎥🎥🎥🤘🤘🤘😉😉😉
Some context:
Thanks for posting the video of my truck! We had a lot of fun that weekend. Awesome video. I will be back next year with something new. #Gbats2017
TEX it was great meeting you today at GBATS! Enjoyed watching some footage being taken and getting to know you a bit. Look forward to seeing you in the future.
Another tribute for my dad
A little tribute for my dad when he past away