OUR SERVICES

Beautiful. Meaningful. Impactful.

 

Each project and client has different goals, requirements, and workflows. We provide end-to-end strategy and production as well as a la carte services. Our goal is to seamlessly integrate with your internal teams to get the job done and get the results needed.

 

 
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VIDEO STRATEGY

  • DEFINE key messaging and desired end-user actions
  • DEFINE and ALIGN Objectives + Key Results (OKRs)
  • VISUALIZE your content's Flywheel Effect (virtuous cycle) 
  • OUTLINE Content plan

Questions We Ask

  • Who is the target audience, i.e. "users"?
  • What do they care about? Why do they care?
  • How do we want to make them feel?
  • Where do we want to reach them?
  • What actions do we want users to take?
  • What does success look like?
  • What metrics will we use to measure progress?

 
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CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

  • COLLECT Research
    • EXAMPLES of competitive + complementary content
    • CREATE mood boards + playlist of music examples
  • OUTLINE Ideas + Story
  • WRITE Scripts
  • VISUALIZE Storyboards + Shotlists

Questions We Ask

  • What would surprise your audience?
  • How can we make the story stick?

 
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PRODUCTION

  • Shoots
    • Single or multi-camera shoots
    • Crews for any size project
    • Secure studios + locations

POST PRODUCTION

  • Editing
  • Motion Graphics
  • Color Grading
  • Audio Mixing
 

PROJECTS WE FREQUENTLY DO

 
  • Brand Sizzle
  • Brand Storytelling
  • Co-Branded Campaigns
  • Corporate Videos
  • Event Presentations
  • Inbound Marketing Content
  • Interviews + Profiles
  • On-Air Promos
  • Outbound Sales Content
  • Product/Service Launch
  • Product/Service Prototype
  • Series Development Reel
  • Social Media Content
  • Stakeholder Relations
  • Trade Marketing
 
 

The core of strategy work is always the same: discovering the critical factors in a situation — the pivot points that can multiply the effectiveness of effort— ...and focusing actions to deal with those factors.
— Richard Rumelt, Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters