It hasn’t been the best summer, but one bright spot was the new video we got to produce for Slime. Latest count was over four million views on YouTube.
We recently got to create this video for the Central Coast’s beloved Woods Humane Society.
We recently got to produce this brand video for Stephen David Leonard.
We had the privilege of going up to the Google offices and producing this video about Bridgette Beam for the Cal Poly’s Orfalea College of Business Spotlight awards.
We got to produce this book trailer for Lisa Leonard’s new Book Brave Love. Soon to be playing at Target stores nation wide!
And here it is playing at Target! (Thanks for the photo mom.)
At Red Canary we love all things space. In October we got to travel to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Yes, that is the “Houston, we have a problem” Houston, and film a video about NASA astronaut Victor Glover. The project was part of the 2018 Cal Poly Honored Alumni video series we produced and also featured another cool space related video about famed rocket scientist Tory Bruno, CEO of United Launch Alliance. Check out the two videos below.
Recently we were honored to work with the Cal Poly Orfalea College of Business to create two videos featuring alumni who had won the inaugural Spotlight Awards for 2018. Gary Erickson, founder of Clif Bar and Jessie Becker, co-founder of InPress Technologies. Check out the videos below:
Read more about the event here:
Once again this year we had the priviledge to produce a commercial for Harris Personal Injury Lawers that aired on the Central Coast during the Super Bowl.
We got to meet some pretty amazing people for this project which involved travelling all over California and interviewing some of Cal Poly’s best.
Below is a sample, but all ten videos can be seen here.
On November 10, 2017 we partnered with Verdin for the 4th year in a row to donate 24 straight hours of video production service to a local non-profit organization choosen by the community. This year the Women’s Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo County was chosen. After 24 hours they had a new name (Stand Strong), new logo, new website, new photography, and bunch of other great stuff to help them serve our community even better. For more information read here or visit the Stand Strong website. We created a public service announcement for Stand Strong. Check it out below.