We make a lot of video, for all kinds of organizations.
We won’t dump that avalanche of content on you. But here are a few of our favorites that show off what we like to do most.
Ten Year's Strong - IWLC
Making an organization that lasts more than ten years is a huge accomplishment. But rather than tout their achievements, Iowa Woman Lead Change asked us to make a ten year anniversary video that shared an empowering, forward-looking message for their constituents.
We knew this concept was risky, that if it wasn’t done well it would look terrible. Luckily, IWLC has always been the kind of client who encourages us to be bold and creative. We felt it paid off well with this video.
Pulling Together - Shuttleworth & Ingersoll
“Pale, stale, and male,” Our friend said. “That’s what I think of when it comes to law firm advertising.” Shuttleworth and Ingersoll could have gone the traditional route, especially as one of the oldest legal establishments in Iowa. But they were open to something different.
When we interviewed their leadership, they talked a lot about the value of teamwork, community, and a willingness to take on hard things. True to these values, they also stressed the importance of sending a message of care and encouragement to their audience. Whatever a person dreams, whatever he or she faces, the people at Shuttleworth and Ingersoll know that we can all do so much more with the support of a great team.
Abby's Story - Mercy Hosptial Bariatric Surgery Clinic
When Mercy Hospital first approached us for videos about bariatric surgery, we had no idea what it even was. Then we met people like Abby, who showed us how much courage and determination she had to pursue her dreams.
It’s not about weight loss. It’s about real people doing what it takes to live to their fullest potential.
New Day - Shuttleworth & Ingersoll
Shuttleworth & Ingersoll in need of a creative solution for a difficult topic.
130,000 Souls - Cedar Rapids Police Department
When the Cedar Rapids Police Department hired us to create a video that might function as both a recruiting tool and message to the public, they emphatically said that it should be about the importance of relationships.
“We don’t want shots of jack-booted guys kicking down doors,” they said. Focus on people and community. When we showed it to the Chief of Police the firs time, he got very emotional. With tears in his eyes, he said, “That’s perfect.”