Digital Storytelling


Audience expectations should dictate the content and length of your video presentations.   Scripts should be written in a conversational tone, not in rigid corporate language as would be appropriate for annual reports and brochures. The most effective videos tell a story - they must inform, entertain, engage, and draw a response from your audience.

 

Our two-part work at Panorama Tower in Miami, the tallest residential building south of New York City, has garnered nearly 26,000 views! For this project, we used drones, time-lapse cameras and other specialized production equipment.

 

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In October 2014, we premiered "The Fighter," a fund raising informational program for non-profit human services agency Road to Responsibility.




Cost Effective Solutions


Below are two examples how The Golf Club of Cape Cod has used us to create multi-purposed programming.  As one of New England's premier private golf clubs, TGC promotes what it calls "The TGC Experience," a world-class approach to customer and member relations.

 

To that end, TGC asked us to create two videos, one using stills that we shot as original photography, and another that simply asked its members the question, "Why TGC?" The videos reside on the Club's website and have done much to generate good will with guests of members as well as generate interest in joining the Club.

 


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