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A Downtown Lens


Two young videographers, Kendall Riley and Nathan Greyson, have captured what’s new in downtown Oklahoma City in a video that premiered at the Dean A. McGee Awards benefiting Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc.

Since 2009, they’ve taken viewers on trolley, Spokies and walking tours, and chronicled a young family living downtown.

This year, they used drones to gain an aerial perspective of downtown. The video premiered June 1 when long-time downtown champion Klay Kimker received the Dean A. McGee Award, Automobile Alley volunteer Francy Palmer received the Stanley Draper Award and Midtown visionary Mickey Clagg received the Neal Horton Award.

Brenda Jones Barwick, APR, Jones PR

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