The media landscape has changed, brands are starving for content to feed their content engines. That’s why we help brands make content at scale.
Our approach to making content is to ensure that brands get the most out of content creation that fits the needs of marketing in the 21st century. So what do we mean by content at scale? We have developed a process of creating content that allows us to make vast amounts of it in a single shoot. Primarily when we do this we create mini-doc content consisting of interviews that lean into the authenticity and vulnerability of the humans that make up a company. We do this because we believe that in today’s manufactured online existence, the best way to cut through the noise is to authentically meet the customer where they are at. The benefit of this is that the brands we work with can walk away with a ton of great content to feed their content engine while speaking from the core of who they are as a brand.
Pearson Education is the global brand leader in the education space. We have been honored to work with them and be a creative partner to help them create high-quality engaging content. Our goal with Pearson was to bring humanity into advertising for education. We wanted the content we made together build up the idea of what it means to be an educator and a student. These include pieces with teachers, real students, Pearson employees that work with teachers, and the authors of their Elevate Science, and Experience Chemisty programs. This acted as a re-branded of their video presence for their science program. We made 55+ content peices, and counting for them in about a year and a half. On top of all of that, we came up with the tag line “It’s The Science of Doing!” Which is now incorporated in to all of their branding.
Thats is how we deliver content at scale.
Thomas Markle Jewelers
Thomas Markle Jewelers is one of our favorite brands we have worked with over the years. Thomas started his company selling jewelry door to door with an alligator briefcase. He has now owned his company for thirty-some odd years, and it took an immense amount of passion for him to get there. For our part, we were lucky enough to capture some of that passion on film and help showcase what jewelry means to him.
Modern Designs had a huge goal, they wanted to reinvent the desk. It’s actually a pretty amazing desk, to be honest. What we wanted to do with them was to create what amounted to a movie trailer for the desk. We wanted to showcase the craftsmanship, thought and work they put into their designs. What you will notice is we never show the actual desk in this video. We did that because we wanted to make the brand about them and who they are. While hopefully making something so beautiful and useful for the viewer that they will have no choice but to go see what these desks actually look like.
Nathan Bonnes: Back In My Arms Tonight
Being based in Austin Texas, and having a working relationship with folks in Nashville, we have made music video content for musicians. This piece was commissioned by Nathan Bonnes, a Texas country artist that we had the pleasure of working with. The idea with this video was to give life to the feeling of the childlike wonderment of romance, and often the grounded painful reality that comes after. We wanted to show visually the stark difference from the dream, and reality. Whatever that may be.
Missio Films is the brand filmmaker Travis Meadors produces all of his commercial work under. His philosophy is that in an age of manufactured online personas, the best way to cut through the noise is helping brands speak from their core identity. By creating genuine authentic, human content. Travis has nearly ten years of experience working with large scale brands, medium-size businesses, and startups. He handles everything from idea creation to delivery of content.
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