The second of two television spots produced for Tutera, a retirement community. Shot on a soundstage with skilled actors, this was a fun project that we brought in under-budget and on-time, as they say. Produced through Mallen and Friends Advertising. All post-production handled by Blue Wall Design.
This is built as a tight 60 second, on-line spot, incorporating stock footage and Blue Wall Design created motion graphics. This is a company that collects analytics on farm production to assist agriculture professionals to make speedy and informed decisions. Produced jointly with Baker Communication Associates with Blue Wall Design handling the post-production.
Shot in-studio, this is one of a set of videos to demonstrate the features and sound of these beautiful hand-made intruments. Thanks to Chapman Recording and their engineers for capturing the sound of the performance. Co-produced with Chris Swope with all production and post-production provided by Blue Wall Design.
A quickly produced marketing video to get the word out about a startup development system that quickly builds apps based upon the Salesforce.com database. Company employees were tasked as talent on green screen to meet the time and budget limitations. Co-produced with Baker Communication Associates. All production and post-production was handled by Blue Wall
Produced for the University’s annual Steer Dinner. An event that raises money for scholarship funds that support low and moderate-income families. It tells the story, through interviews, of the value of Avila’s education to the students and the need for those in attendance at the dinner to contribute. Jointly produced with the University with
This was produced to educate newly hired individuals to the company’s culture as well as to outline the somewhat difficult to navigate, on-line on-boarding system. It was co-produced with the company’s HR director with the production and post-production handled by Blue Wall Design.
This was produced to tell the story of the meticulous restoration of a 16th century Jain Shrine from India. It relied heavily on a series of time-lapsed photos taken by the museum. Blue Wall Design was brought in late to craft the story into a video that played on a monitor near the Shrine’s installation.