Our Team at The House of NyghtFalcon


Andy Walcott is a filmmaker and editor helping you discover, develop and tell the stories of your enterprise that connect you with your clients. Our clients – entrepreneurs, businesses, non-profits, private individuals and web designers – build their client relationships through our documentary, heritage and educational Motion Imaging productions.

Andy included film studies in his pursuit of degrees in English Literature (BA, MA) Educational Media Studies (MLS) and Instructional Systems (ABD). After a career as a Teacher of English, Media Director, and Instructor of Broadcast Journalism and Video Production, he became an independent producer and formed Blu Flame 6 Productions before he joined NyghtFalcon. As a member of the International Documentary Association [IDA] he stays current in the community of documentary filmmakers.

Within our firm, Andy has created a documentary archive of its history, biography and seminars. Andy’s productions have added the dimension of motion to our art and expanded the way we interact with the world. Andy joined us in 2009 and in 2011 became Director of NyghtFalcon MotionImaging.


Lew Brown joined The House of NyghtFalcon in 2010. His focus is marketing. He was Associate Professor of Marketing Emeritus in the Department of Business Administration, Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He holds a BA in Political Science, a Masters of Public Administration, a Masters of Business Administration, and a Ph.D. in Marketing, all from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Dr. Brown teaches and consults in the areas of marketing management and strategic marketing, and he conducts research on the subject of convenience as a strategic and tactical marketing variable. Lew Brown developed Marketing 429, Advanced Marketing Management, in fall semester 2004. This is the capstone marketing course that requires students to work in teams to develop a marketing strategy for local businesses and organizations. Since that time, his students have developed marketing strategies for 145 businesses/organizations. Students and colleagues have recognized his outstanding teaching by twice awarding him UNCG’s Alumni Teaching Excellence Award, a campus-wide teaching award. He has also received the Bryan School’s Outstanding Faculty Award two times. In December 2010, Dr. Brown had the honor of delivering the Commencement Address at UNCG’s graduation ceremony.

Dr. Brown has taught the marketing/marketing strategy section of the Bryan School’s executive education program, The Program for Management Development, since its inception in 1988. He also served as Interim Director for Executive Education during the 2010-2011 academic year. He has also taught a marketing strategy course with Dr. Dick Levin in UNC’s executive education program and the marketing portion of UNC’s Carolina Business Institute.
Lew Brown is a member of the North American Case Research Association (NACRA) and served as its president for 2001-02. He has published seven cases in the association’s Case Research Journal and has twice won the prestigious Curtis E. Tate, Jr., Award for the Outstanding Case presented at NACRA’s annual meetings. Dr. Brown served on the Editorial Review Board for the Case Research Journal, and received the Journal’s Outstanding Reviewer Award for 1999. In May 2005, the NACRA Board of Directors appointed him Editor of the Case Research Journal for a three-year term. In recognition of his service to NACRA and to case writing and teaching, the organization recognized him as a NACRA Fellow in 2011. He has also written the company cases for Philip Kotler and Gary Armstrong’s Principles of Marketing textbooks. His cases have appeared in numerous textbooks and electronic case databases; and in January 2000, he and Dr. David Rosenthal authored Cases in Strategic Marketing, a textbook published by Prentice Hall. Dr. Brown has presented numerous seminars on case writing and teaching, including seminars in Canada, Mexico, and Japan.
Prior to his academic career, Dr. Brown served as budget officer and assistant city manager of Durham, NC, and as city manager of Southern Pines, NC. He also helped found and served as a senior vice president for a consulting firm that worked with local governments to improve productivity.
Upon his retirement from UNCG in 2014, Governor McCrory recognized his 45 years of service to the state by inducting him into the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, the State’s highest civilian honor.
Lew Brown prefers landscapes and abandoned buildings to be the subject of his still images. He is a frequent contributor to NyghtVision Magazine, an official publication of The House of NyghtFalcon.

Jim Whiting


Jim Whiting is a former healthcare executive currently working the fields of business development/consulting and personal/public health. He has degrees with honors from the State University of New York at Cortland, B.A., in Geography, and Arizona State University, M.A., in Healthcare Policy and Administration. A life-long photographer, Jim Whiting has brought his passion for still imaging to our firm.
His experience in operations and business development was attained in leadership positions in health care. Among the health care systems for which Jim Whiting has worked include: Land Use and Health Planning in New York State, Legacy Health System in Oregon and Cone Health System in North Carolina. Jim’s experience includes hospital and multi-hospital leadership, operations, strategic planning and marketing. Additionally, he has served on the board of many community organizations.
Jim joined The House of NyghtFalcon in business development and his primary focus is developing the firm’s Brand Community Methodology.

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.”
“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.”
“Black and white are the colors of photography. They symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is subjected.”