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Swarovski Optiks Promotion - Birding with Kevin McGowan
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Branded Video Content

This commercial video was part of a 3 part branded content video marketing ad campaign.  By first grounding the audience into a narrative story, the commercial engages a specific target audience before promoting a product.

Live Performance Video
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Experience the vibrant essence of a non-profit’s immersive live art and music event through our experiential highlight video. Our cinematic approach captures the dynamic energy of participants in a 900 sqft space, where audiences freely engage in a highly sensory, unrehearsed live music experience.

This compelling project played a pivotal role in securing funds for the upcoming rendition, showcasing the event’s unique allure and impact. Trust us to be your ultimate live event videography partner, committed to delivering unparalleled visual storytelling that elevates every moment to an unforgettable spectacle.

Educational Video
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Erick Greene and his team employ “roboraptors”—taxidermied hawks and owls with robotic moving parts— to learn about how birds communicate with alarm calls when a predator is nearby.

POWER narrative
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A mother desperately tries to reconnect with her son across memories, missed calls, modern distractions, and the distance of neglected relationships.


The goal of this project is to raise awareness around elder abandonment.  We hope it inspires the audience to identify if there is anyone they are putting on the backburner in their own lives.

Completed: May 2019

TRT: 12:12

Educational Video Production
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In part one of the process, join Dr. Ryan Norris and graduate students, as they research the decline of Gray Jays in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. Each year, Norris and his team search the park to locate new Gray Jay nests to closely monitor reproduction success rates and continue to better understand reasoning for the Jay’s decline. This research, started by Dan Strickland in the early 1970’s, has shown a 50% decline of this species in Algonquin and has suggested that warmer temperatures, attributed to climate change, are causing Gray Jay’s critically important cached food to spoil.