Convey the essence 18 Denver neighborhoods to visiting tourists in 2 minute videos.
We told the story of each neighborhood through the the eyes of prominent business owners and residents. For each neighborhood we interviewed 3-4 prominent residents or business owners. Our idea was to tell the story of each neighborhood form a very local perspective. The visitor gets to learn the essence of the neighborhood from a first hand account. We thought this brought personality and flavor.
We spent countless hours scouting each neighborhood for the best locations. Yes, that meant many happy hours at many bars, and way too many delicious espresso drinks at a ton of awesome coffee shops. Not to mention all the small independent retailers hidden around the city. Our interviews were experts on the most local level, down to the block of a neighborhood. Their emotional connection to area was the perfect grab for a media hungry tourist ready to experience Denver.
Create a short, highly engaging video for Central Asia Institute’s fall fundraising campaign. In a short video, create an emotional connection between US based donors and girls struggling overseas to earn an education. Tell the story of young woman who depend on the resources CAI provides, without any access to film them.
Although they are magnified, barriers to education are not unique to war torn and impoverished areas of the world. Our team found a local educator to tell the story children struggling to earn an education right here in the US. We wove this story together with the limited footage we had of the overseas children and motion graphics.
We spent a day at a local elementary school filming the children as they went about their normal activities. Later interviewed Amy, our local educator, about the struggles in education and its importance.
Take a mundane corporate event, that most employees would skip, and create something that people look forward to attending.
We set up a Tonight Show style live event at Comedy Works for employees. Stand up comedian and actor Susan Knudten played host with DJ Turbulence (Chris Woolf) as her musical accompaniment. Our host and DJ put on an interactive show, playing games with the audience and tossing out prizes between short interviews with senior level executives.
Possibly the most talked about corporate event that Jeppesen has ever put on. The audience was laughing and cheering virtually the entire show.