Video Production

Content creation and storytelling is the main focus of our business. We help our clients find, capture, craft, and share their stories.We use the latest high definition video production equipment. Whether you are sharing video content on social media, a website, an event, or for broadcast television; we are here to help you.

  • Social Media Videos – We craft content for social media and use years of digital media experience to create compelling content that meets the needs of any social media platform.
  • Capturing Footage/Broll – We can help you capture content then send the media to you.
  • Customer Testimonials – We create customer profiles that share your story through a third party voice.
  • Storytelling – We craft content driven videos that create a narrative to tell you story. From small videos for social media and website content creation goals to custom production with complex narratives, we help large, medium, and small organizations create a quality video production content.

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Check out our feature videos below:

[Gear In Review Podcast] GIR27 – Monopod vs. Tripod


Tripods, monopods, and stabilization…what do you do to make sure your shot is rock solid no matter the situation. In this episode, we discuss the differences between monopods and tripods and where we use this tools everyday in our world of production and content collection. Join us for a fun episode!

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[Gear In Review Podcast] GIR20 – Canon c100

In these next few episodes, we are focusing on professional photography, videography, and content collection gear. This week’s podcast is focusing on the Canon EOS c100 (HD video) and compares this video camera to two DSLRs, specifically the Canon EOS 5D mkiii (HD video) and the Canon EOS 5D mkiv (4k video).

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[Gear In Review Podcast] GIR19 – Canon 5D mkiii vs Canon 5D mkiv

In these next few episodes, we are focusing on professional photography, videography, and content collection gear. This week’s podcast is focusing on comparisons between two professional grade DSLR’s specifically the Canon EOS 5D mkiii (HD video) and the Canon EOS 5D mkiv (4k video).

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Eight REAL tactics to increase video engagement on Facebook

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I was amazed that when I received an email this morning from PRNews and read the article entitled “5 Ways to Make Your Facebook Videos More Engaging,” I was disappointed the authors (@ebethsorrell & @ianwright0101did not even talk about true engagement, or real tactics to increase engagement.

PRSA has got to get away from taking the same ole topics then plugging and playing the same marketing/pr boiler plates into recommendations for the membership. So let’s talk about engagement and how to really increase engagement with video on Facebook.

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Storytelling is our battlefield; I am the chief storyteller!

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You see these hands…they have scars from years and years of cameras, cold shoots, 1k and 2K light burns, cuts, bruises, broken fingers, years of typing with carpel tunnel and consistent camera movements…they represent the battlefield.

It is our battlefield and it is something we hold dear to our hearts. The mere process of finding, telling, curating, sharing, and engaging interactive narratives is more than just an experience…it is years in the making.

Many of us storytellers have learned from our personal experience, failures, and experiments. We have learned from numerous mentors as we have spent years in the apprenticeship process. We have cobbled together lots of job descriptions, career tracks, educational experiences to get to where we are…and we protect our knowledge base(s), we hold it close.

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The truth behind the on-camera interview

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It was just the other day as a storyteller and I sat through another amazing interview…an interview that not only brought me to tears, but the people around me. Laneika is a more than a domestic violence survivor and her story is one of purest of crystal balls…you have to carefully take care of her story or it will slip through your fragile fingers and crash all upon the floor.

Storytellers have a tremendous burden, one of not only crafting the story…but finding the right characters and helping them find the right words at the right time. It is a special dance and we carefully step around the ballroom. The largest part of that dance, those steps, is finding the path through the interview.

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Stop the talking heads and flapping lips on social video! :)

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Yes…stop it. No one wants to hear your rants and dialogue? Just because you have an iPhone and video camera…it just is not working. People want more than you flapping your lips and ranting your thoughts on Facebook and Instagram.

I feel the old newsroom junkie in me coming out in this rant. My old news director used to preach to us…do not let me see your talking head during your live shots. People want you to show and tell, give the audience the opportunity to explore the story visually.

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