TRAVELOGUE- A whimsical, informative, 10-minute digital media tour of a (relatively) undiscovered winter sports paradise known for world-class ice-climbing, Nordic skiing, and one of the most famous high mountain passes in America. This promo had a great organic spread, so we recommended that the client do a small boost on their FB page. Even though the video was a full 10 minutes, the organics, plus a $.06/view boost brought the client a really impressive thru-play number of close to 1000 thru-plays in the first week.
THE OLD WOMAN
DRAMATIC SHORT- A time-hardened Supervisory Special Agent executing a raid with his SWAT team finds his world view challenged when raiding the home of an old U.S.Navy widow.
THE MONEY FINDER
ONLINE VIDEO PROMO- Financial Expert Angie Grainger's made a business out of finding money her client's businesses have left on the table. This CEO/CPA not only unlocks tax revenues and increases profit, she empowers small business owners to find out what they truly value in life!
CYCLES OF FAITH
DOCUMENTARY SHORT- A Pastor, a Seabee, and an Olympic Athlete all find their calling through cycling, and discover it's easier to find God at the top of a hill
DOCUMENTARY SHORT- The most popular sport in auto racing, autocross, has more participants and less media coverage than any other type of motor racing.
RIDGWAY RALLY THROUGH THE ALLEY
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT- A promo for Ridgway, CO's inaugural "Rally through the Alley" run,
a fundraiser for the Weehawken Arts Program.
In today's world where green building design has the capability to create healthier, more productive, and more environmentally friendly living spaces, residential construction techniques are slow to change. This work examines a radical concept in sustainable homebuilding pioneered over 20 years ago by Michael Reynolds.
Reynolds, a brilliant renegade Architect whose New Mexico Architect's license was reinstated after a 17-year battle over his radical designs, has long advocated sustainable, off grid building design.
His unorthodox construction techniques have enabled people to build beautiful homes with locally sourced and recycled materials, which have no power, water, or gas lines going in, no sewer lines coming out, and no dependence on the grid.