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Another in a Series...

Another in our series of dialogues we've had with some friends that are willing to open up and tell us some stories from their life. We sat and down and talked with Amelia this week.

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About Baseball

We invited a few friends to drop by and share some of their stories.

While we had some questions prepared, we told Dave that if he wanted to talk about anything in particular to feel free to. He didn't hesitate. "Baseball. I want to talk about baseball." 

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AIDET: A Prescription for Courtesy

A recent challenge we had was to produce an effective training video explaining a popular acronym in healthcare; AIDET (Acknowledge, Introduce, Duration, Explanation, Thank You).

Instructional videos have the potential to be dull, so the goal was concepting a visually interesting video that had a retentive quality to it. Both of these elements came together to create a unique and effective video that is now mandatory in teaching team members about patient care.

Here's a condensed version of the longer video:

Comfort Zones

Great interviews are really just great conversations caught on camera. Here's a conversation we had with Mary Ann Cahill, an 85 year old woman who just had shoulder surgery and had never been on camera before.

We pride ourselves in knowing how to make people feel comfortable while also sharing their unique story. Everyone has a story to tell. We’re constantly fascinated with with the people we meet and the stories they share, no matter what they may be.

There's something about that energy

We were recently commissioned by Akron advertising firm, Artists Incorporated, to collaborate on a set of promotional billboards and supplementary videos expressing why current students chose to attend Archbishop Hoban High School. We were immediately impacted by the strong sense of optimism and positivity present among these students.

We couldn’t help but walk away refreshed and recharged by that energy.

Building on to the "Tough As Nails" Brand

We once again collaborated with Hitchcock Fleming & Associates to relate the Liquid Nails brand promise of delivering “bad-ass adhesives that work…” (my descriptive), no matter what Mother Nature throws at you.

We recently shot stills and video in the cold of a Cleveland winter and in the Texas heat to supplement our existing image library we shot awhile back. It’s always great to work with Art Director, Jeremy Jaymes and Executive Producer, Milissa Shrake.