Sho Hill joins Bham Now as Birmingham based videographer

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Sho Hill, Bham Now’s new videographer (Jacob Blankenship / Bham Now)

Do you enjoy following Bham Now’s  Instagram, watching “Now the Weekend” or special features on iconic Birmingham places like the Alabama Theatre? 

Let me introduce you to our newest person behind the camera at Bham Now: videographer Sho Hill.

125+ projects, major motion pictures

Sho Hill, Bham Now's new videographer. (Jacob Garrett)
Sho Hill, Bham Now’s new videographer. (Jacob Garrett)

A native and lifelong Birmingham-area resident of The Magic City, Sho has filmed in and around our community for years. 

Below are some of his career highlights:

  • Worked on over 125+ projects with Telegraph Creative and as a freelancer
  • Worked in Birmingham on the upcoming movie “Gunner” featuring Morgan Freeman
  • Worked on The Shift as a VTR Department lead

“I’ve always had a passion for showing off the city of Birmingham through the lens of a camera. It gave me a way to show off my experiences to my friends who aren’t from here and to the ones who live here and are looking for new things to do. I’m glad to have the opportunity to show off the city on a bigger scale with Bham Now.”

~ Sho Hill, Videographer, Bham Now
Sho Hill shaking Morgan Feemans hand on set of Dinner (Kristopher Kimlin)

Ben Johnson, current Bham Now Videographer, is staying with the company and moving to Huntsville to support Hville Blast.

Media Evolution

“We are building the best digital talent in Alabama. Our fast-growing audience consists of over 500K social followers and 1M+ website visitors across our 3 brands, Bham Now, Hville Blast and The Bama Buzz. Serving this modern, up-and-coming demographic requires continual evolution of our content strategy. We believe Sho will help supplement our rapid growth with his video expertise.” 

Cindy Martin, President and CEO, Bham Now

Follow Bham Now on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Youtube to see Sho’s work!

Pat Byington
Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.

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