Here is a sample of what we do with and for our clients.
Lucy Rollins is a gifted artist who lives with a bunch of Little Wild Ones, These ingenious and insightful characters live in her head but they come out to play on note cards and other merchandise from time to time. We created a short video using one of her designs to help spread her message.
The Live Injury Free campaign is one we created and ran for TRIARQ (now TRIARQ Health). The video used stock photos, music and videos to send a simple message to get back to the joy of living.
The future of instructional and educational videos is geared toward the mobile consumer. Video content needs to be short, interesting and to the point. No nonsense content with no time to waste. This is one of over 80 videos on the steps involved in adopting and managing a restorative digital dentistry practice. We conducted onsite interviews with the staff and produced the series, along with a manual and course material.
Live presentations can be extremely dull and boring. For TRIARQ Health, we record each 2 and a half hour Symposium from multiple angles giving us the ability to show the audience and to capture some of the ambiance of the room. Instead of simply showing the prepared Powerpoint slides, we overlay the key points and images to keep the focus on the presenter as much as possible. We also vary the lengths of the videos to encapsulate the topic. It really helps to have a dynamic speaker like Mark, who is passionate about what he does.
To combine video production training with outreach, we created The Elijah Project, a program designed to promote involvement in the community. Students of all ages learn to capture stories on camera and produce videos for their organizations or clients. In this video, Barbara Jordan of Saint James Fordham in the Bronx talks about what draws her to this traditional service. This video was shot and produced by The Elijah Project.
The key to successful storytelling is listening. At the heart of all our projects is a keen sense of presence. We create a comfortable atmosphere for the client, asking questions and waiting for the magic to happen. It always does with patience and a smile to wipe away the fear the of the camera. We spent an hour with Donna. No script, and just a few minutes prep got her started. We made her job easier, so she could talk about how she does the same for her corporate clients.