Awards are given in the following categories:
- Social Impact
- Social Entrepreneurism
- Rising Star
- Leadership Excellence
We are pleased to be associated with this incredible organization. In addition to producing each of the videos for the 20 finalists, we’re also a gold event sponsor. Those videos can be seen on the LI Imagine Awards YouTube page.
Held on June 8, 2014 at Hofstra University, this historic unprecedented event titled, “From Generation to Generation, the Legacy Continues … Honoring Survivors, Liberators, Righteous Among Nations, and their Descendants” was a multi-generational gathering of Holocaust Survivors and WWII Liberators.
We were proud to co-produce this important all-day conference for The Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center which included 4-cameras, IMAG (image magnification), projections, stage design, large format print graphics, sound and lighting, and stage management. The above image shows one of the many survivors who spoke about their heart-wrenching personal experiences during the Holocaust.
Ben (the Bean, and main character) and Linda (VO extraordinaire) complimented each other quite well, providing the perfect balance of humor versus sincerity — or should we say regular versus decaf!
Heat can make coffee bitter. Don’t take our word for it. Stop into a Red Mango near you and try their iced coffee. And be sure to catch the spots on TV and radio.
This piece was produced for the Metropolitan New York Synod. This video was shown at the 2014 Annual Assembly. Members of the Metro New York Synod’s nearly 200 Lutheran congregations worship God, help friends and neighbors, celebrate diversity, feed the hungry, work for justice, and advocate for peace.
Shot over the course of two days, we captured the stories told by 10 members, including Bishop Robert Rimbo of the Metropolitan New York Synod.
This video was created for one of the nation’s largest and oldest tire distributors, Max Finkelstein, Inc. From Maryland to Maine, if you purchase a tire – whether it’s for a wheelbarrow, car, truck, or even a giant earth mover, there’s a pretty strong chance that it came from Max Finkelstein.
Shot in multiple locations including Fairfield, New Jersey and Nashville, Tennessee, this short video showcases several of the company’s dealers explaining what it’s like doing business with them.
This is just one video in the ongoing “True LifeStories” series that we produce in conjunction with Berwald Creative for the family of The Bristal Assisted Living Communities. This short (2:30 minute) video features the charismatic Barbara Bruns. Watch for the surprise ending!
In order to create this product video for Leviton, we needed to figure out a way to show steam rising from a working shower. The challenge was how to accomplish this without the camera lens fogging up or showing condensation.
Well, chalk up the results to a combination of ingenuity, creativity, and technical prowess. The finished sequence can be seen beginning at the 30-second mark. The Leviton Humidity Sensor and Fan Control is a truly unique product that controls ventilation fans based on the level of humidity in a bathroom, basement, spa, or any other area in the home that experiences fluctuations in the level of moisture.
This video was produced for Leviton Manufacturing’s corporate division and was part of a promotional package that was sent to each of their distributors across the country for use as part of a POP display.
Featuring extensive use of animation, sound effect design, and intricate editing, the biggest challenge was completing the project in record time in order to meet the client’s incredibly tight deadline—including the duplication of hundreds of DVDs.
This holiday video was produced for Madison Alley Global Ventures, a New York based M&A and capital advisory firm for digital marketing, advertising, media and technology companies.
It was shot in one evening — one cold evening — on location in Rockefeller Plaza, Times Square, and a few other areas throughout Manhattan. Featuring Michael Seidler, CEO and Founder of Madison Alley, the video incorporates the use of ultra high definition time-lapse video.
Let us know what you think!
Here’s some positive feedback surrounding this project:
From our client:
“The holiday video has been very well received. One client told us it was the not only the best holiday greeting this year, but the best he’s ever seen. That it’s more creative than what the agencies produce. I’ll forward you over the comments received.”
From their clients:
“What a great holiday card! I like substance with my snowflakes, and you delivered!”
“Happy New Year. I love your card. Really well done. Look forward to connecting in the New Year!”
“Catching up on my emails and finally watched your video. This was the best made holiday “card” I received all season. Very impressive. Let’ catch-up later this month for lunch.”
Whether you sell nuts and bolts, packaging supplies, tools and instruments, paper shredders or office equipment, the place to hawk your wares online is on the Global Industrial Online Marketplace.
Global Industrial, whose world headquarters are located in Port Washington, New York, is a Fortune 1000 company listed on the New York Stock exchange (SYX). They’re an industry leader providing private label and brand name industrial equipment and supplies to businesses throughout North America.
This promotional video features a live spokesperson as well as original animations, shot, edited, and produced entirely at Digital Waterworx in a highly compressed time frame to coincide with the client’s online roll out.
Have a look: