Business, non-profit, and community organizations have used our production and editing experience for marketing, fundraising, websites, and events. These few examples show our diversity:
A personal story (9 minutes)
The Black Heritage Trail promotes awareness of African-American history in New Hampshire. One example is a video that introduces Tonya Ward Singer. While in Portsmouth to visit the family homestead (now the Moffatt-Ladd Museum and Garden), she eloquently shares her shocking discovery. > See for yourself.
Historic restoration (4 minutes)
A non-profit – founded to preserve a historic landmark – needed a call to action. Public awareness was critical to prevent demolition of the building. We produced a video with on-site interviews, photos, graphics, narration, and special effects. It succeeded in gaining public support and it helped to obtain grants. > See for yourself.
Making a point (3 minutes)
As an architect and state representative, Deane Rykerson felt strongly about investing in infrastructure. He wanted to talk about bridges and budgets, using the old Sarah Mildred Long Bridge as an example (and a back-drop). Our video was shown during his successful re-election campaign. > See for yourself.
Community services (5 minutes)
A community non-profit wanted to grow their membership and support fund-raising. We filmed, edited, and produced a video with staff and members participating. It was posted to their website and distributed to referral agencies. They said, “Sara did a fantastic job of highlighting what we are all about!” > See for yourself.
Welcoming visitors (multiple)
This conference center wanted to increase its visibility with their core audience and the local
community. Over a few years, we produced several videos, each for a theme or event. We worked with
management to develop the concepts, and filmed on-site as needed. Some videos were used on the
Web and others at annual meetings.
> See for yourself (several videos in archive).
What's with that? (<1 minute)
A "snippet" is a short video clip, meant to convey a single idea in about a minute, more or less. Embedded in a page, this can enliven your website, without having visitors leave the site. Sometimes, it's called an "explainer" video. For example, take the phrase, "we value customer service." Above is one restaurant that does it right.
Bridge construction (5 minutes)
When the Memorial Bridge from Portsmouth, NH to Kittery, ME
was replaced, we were there. A "bridge nut" views the reconstruction, said the Portsmouth Herald
and WMUR News. At completion, we created a "then-and-now" recap with images from several local
photographers. That was shown on the big screen at the Music Hall.
> See for yourself (several videos on our Youtube channel).
Pier pressure (<1 minute)
Another "snippet," extracted from our documentary about rebuilding an historic pier in New Hampshire. It brings you on-site and into the scene. By the way, we have often recorded speakers and panels. Audiences often wish they could share a presentation or see it again. Video can deliver your message consistently, every time.
Unexpected events (2 minutes)
We happened upon the scene when a tug was caught in the swift current of a tidal river. Photos from our HD video were published with a story about the event in Towline magazine (Moran Towing Corp.) On Youtube, of course, this is popular. > See for yourself.
Discover how video can tell your story.