Still photography provided by Sam Jones and Al Cotton
Since 1975, Kathy Cotton has provided digital presentations for individuals and corporations.
Corporate training films
Ice Safety Solutions staff demonstrates the use of strip application when moving an injured person.
Project done for Documentary production class taken through the Digital Media Academy held on Stanford campus, 2015.
Mai Li Buono, a staunch supporter of the silicon valley black project, and husband Barry, attending the premiere.
Friends and Family enjoy the reception held at the San Jose City College Art gallery.
Film participants, Jason Brooks CBS financial commentator and one of the narrators in the film, Al Cotton and Janie Jensen, talk to the people waiting outside the theater.
Byron Breland, President of San Jose City College welcomed the near capacity crowd to the screening and explained how this was a full circle journey for engineers in Silicon Valley as San Jose City was one of the first institutions to offer degrees in Computer Science.
Kathy Cotton moderates a panel discussion between the members of the audience and some of the documentary participants.
Panel is joined by the Godfather of Silicon Valley, Roy L.Clay, founder and CEO of Rodl Engineering. A true pioneer in computer science and the first to be employed by Hewlett Packard to develop their first computer division.
THE PREMIER - SEPTEMBER 30, 2017
The documentary is complete and the premier was held September 30th at San Jose City College theater. The film represented a piece of history rarely examined in Silicon Valley. The reason for making this film was to bring to the forefront those people and advents that rarely are shown.
Stills of Beijing, Singapore and Macau on a trip to China 2015. Silicon valley black project founder travels the world.