From script development, talent scouting, selecting the right location, and everything in between, Digital Waterworx was able to provide every facet of the production.
:15 and :30 broadcast versions as well as a :60 version for the web were created. Here’s the 30 for your enjoyment.
Digital Waterworx just completed a whirlwind project consisting of 20 videos profiling some of the most interesting non-profit organizations on Long Island. As finalists in the Long Island Imagine Awards, each organization was featured in their own one minute video. The Awards, started in 2013, recognize innovation and leadership in the nonprofit sector.
The videos were assembled as part of a package for their respective categories and shown during the gala awards event held at the Crest Hollow Country Club on May 3, 2016.
We were also proud to be a sponsor for the third time of this important event which recognizes the important work of non-profit organizations. The individual videos can be viewed below. We hope you’ll find them as inspirational as we did.
Our friends at Madison Alley Global Ventures presented their desire to have us create a corporate video featuring their core executive team, along with fast paced imagery depicting data, technology, and people, using New York City as the backdrop.
Shot on location at their Rockefeller Center offices, and various recognizable NYC landmarks, the video was designed to illustrate their capabilities within the investment banking arena.
If you have a pet, one of the worst fears is when they become ill or injured. Many veterinary practices are not open 24-hours a day, and those that are usually have restrictions on when you can visit your pet.
As you’ll see in this TV commercial we recently produced for Long Island Veterinary Specialists, not only are they open 24/7, but they’re happy to have you visit your pet whenever you like, even after hours.
ACDS was started in 1966 and has helped thousands of children and adults with Down Syndrome, Autism and other developmental disabilities and their families. Their annual fundraising campaign was intended to raise enough money to place a SmartBoard in every classroom and for each student to have access to an iPad.
This video features Cecila Barry, the Principal at ACDS, who explains the need for this assistive technology.
From time to time people ask us for advice on making better videos. Whether for corporate or personal purposes, the basics are the same. Rather than get into long winded explanations, we decided to create this 2½ minute video covering a few of the most basic tips in video production.
If you still have questions after watching this, then it’s probably best to contact us.
These five videos were created to showcase the partners at Prosperian Wealth, a New York-based wealth management firm. The videos are part of the firm’s online marketing efforts.
In our ongoing effort to produce high quality informational videos for Drive Medical, this product piece introduces the Gentle Feed Breast Pump. Shot entirely in-studio with a hand model, the video needed to be completed and delivered in a very short time frame.
This is the first in a series of five videos produced for Leviton Security & Automation. Their products keep you safe, manage energy consumption, and provide entertainment. These “lifestyle” videos featured professional actors showing how everyday activities can be enhanced by the Security & Automation product line.
The challenge: The YMCA approached us with the desire to have a 1-minute music video created to promote their swimming instruction program. As a non-profit, they undoubtedly had a very small budget.
But, in order to make a music video, you first need…music. Our own Andrew Lubman rose to the challenge and wrote and recorded a catchy tune based on our client’s lyrics. This was an “all hands on deck” production involving our entire team. Every service we’ve provided since 1993 was incorporated.
The video was shot in 4 hours on site at the Bay Shore YMCA using the actual instructors, lifeguards, and past recipients of their instruction.
Here’s the finished product: