Minto Island Growers is one of the only organic farms in the country growing tea. In collaboration with the owners, we produced a short film designed to raise awareness and educate tea enthusiasts about their new Oregon Tea Crafters brand.
HP Spectre w/Windows 10
Microsoft brought us in to produce a number of short films featuring Windows 10 on various OEM devices (HP, Dell, Samsung, etc). The videos have been featured on the Microsoft for Business website and social channels.
Oregon Fruit Products
Oregon Fruit Product's fruit purees are perfect for small-batch brewers and OFP wanted to share this at the 2014 National Craft Brewing Conference in Colorado. The film was produced alongside our good friends at Cardwell Creative and was filmed on location at Breakside Brewing in Portland.
Bridgeway Recovery Services (Short)
Bridgeway is an innovative leader in their approach to recovery services. We're currently partnering with the talented folks over at Cardwell Creative to produce a docu-mercial short that will reduce the stigma of addicition and inspire people to reach out for help.
Salem Health Cancer Institute (Short)
We have had the privilege of producing a number of short films for Salem Health over the past two years. This film was created to showcase their new cancer institute facility and highlight the quality of care provided by Salem Health. It premiered at their grand opening event and continues to play in the SCI lobby.
SLAB was looking for a way to engage customers and increase online sales during the holiday season. We were commissioned to produce something that would stand out. This video received over 8,000 views in less than two weeks. Online sales during the month of December increased 400% over the previous year.
Salem Area Trail Alliance (Short)
The Trail Alliance has a vision to develop an incredible bike park and new trail system for Wallace Marine Park in Salem, Oregon. They called on us to create a video that would encourage enthusiasm for the project, anchor their crowd-funding campaign, and promote giving. The campaign raised $20,000 and they are well on their way to achieving their goal!