The Lincoln Studios
MEET PETER BUCK, Sarah Huntington, AND DREW BABB
Videographer and post production editor Peter Buck had a significant career with defense contractor giant EDS before he launched his own videography business. Besides directing and post producing videos, documentaries, and public service announcements, Peter has directed two feature films. One of them, Throw a Few Things on the Ground, was filmed in Africa in French and subtitled in English as well as in a number of tribal languages. Peter grew up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and has lived in Iran, Kuwait, and England. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia; after college he served as a U.S. Navy officer.
Sarah is a photographer who shoots portraits that move people. Now she's shooting moving pictures as a videographer. She is also our executive producer. One of her signature achievements was co-shooting and raising funds to produce Nichols: The Last Hardware Store, a documentary about Nichols Hardware, a 100-year-old mercantile establishment in Northern Virginia. Sarah's photographs have won awards at a number of juried shows over the years. For more than a decade she was named "Loudoun's Favorite Photographer" in a newspaper's annual readers' poll. She is a native of Greenville, South Carolina, and a graduate of the Corcoran School of Art and Design in Washington, D.C.
Drew is an award-winning advertising creative director and screenwriter. His one-man show, "The 100 Greatest TV Spots of All Times," has been presented at colleges, universities, art schools, museums, and film festivals. A graduate, with bachelor's and master's degrees, of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, he grew up in Williamsburg, Virginia, where he spent his high school and college summers as a costumed guide. He is our creative director, writer, and often directs our videos.