The services offered by ZUMA-ONE VISUAL ARCHAEOLOGY include concept development, visual design, scripting, HD digital cinema production, digital editing, processing, finishing and output in multiple formats (DVD, Blu-Ray, streaming internet); we also work with several area composers to provide original music.
Mr. Dallas Teat is the owner of ZUMA-ONE VISUAL ARCHAEOLOGY, LLC in Phoenix, Arizona. Among the documentaries he produced are the “G.W. Carver Statue Unveiling Ceremony” co-produced with G.W. Carver Museum and Cultural Center (Phoenix, AZ),” “Beyond the Veil: Phoenix’s Legacy with Brown v. Topeka Kansas Board of Education” co-produced with Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ) and G.W. Carver Museum and Cultural Center, “That Which Might Have Been, Birmingham 1963”, co-produced with G.W. Carver Museum and Cultural Center.
ZUMA-ONE VISUAL ARCHAEOLOGY, LLC partnered with the Arizona African-American Legislative Committee (Phoenix Arizona) to produce documentaries of the Arizona African-American Legislative Days ceremony each year for ten consecutive years.The two-day event was held at multiple locations including the Arizona State Capitol building, the Arizona House of Representatives and the Arizona State Senate.
ZUMA-ONE VISUAL ARCHAEOLOGY, LLC co-produced the special “Juneteenth 2016” episode of the television show “Tonia and Friends” which aired on AZTV-7 Phoenix/Prescott, Arizona.
Currently, ZUMA-ONE VISUAL ARCHAEOLOGY, LLC is in production for the documentary titled “Inside the Black Barbershop: Phoenix”.
Mr. Dallas Teat is an award winning and nationally recognized producer, videographer, actor and educator . Mr. Teat’s recent acting roles include”Swim Away” (The Fish Master), “Huxtable” (Willie), ”Voyage Trekkers the Movie” (Colonist #4) and ”All These Little Things” (Dominic).
For over eight years Dallas has been a respected faculty member with the Digital Cinema Arts program at Glendale Community College in Glendale Arizona.
As a professional puppeteer with the Bob Brown Marionettes of Alexandria, Virginia Dallas operated and provided voices for numerous puppets, was the front man for live shows and appeared in the production of ”The Elves and the Shoemaker” on Mr. Rogers Neighborhood (Episodes 1346., 1347, 1349, 1350).
Dallas Teat has worked as a Producer-Engineer for the Mutual Radio Network in Washington, DC., National Public Radio (NPR) at WDET Wayne State University in Detroit and WEMU (NPR) at Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.
In 2006 Dallas designed and operated the Audio-Video Department at the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) in Phoenix, Arizona. As Video Production Supervisor for ADHS his work includes the award winning documentaries “Valley Fever: The Impact on Arizonans”, “Bats at Schools: Rabies Exposure” , “The Phoenix Undy 5000 Walk/Run”, the “Annual ADHS Black History Month Celebration and the four part “Heat Illness” series.
“Inside the Black Barbershop: Phoenix” is a digital video documentary that examines the unique relationship between Phoenix’s African-American barbershops and the surrounding metropolitan communities.