Category: Shoots

Ellenby Technologies – Safes in Numbers

Ellenby Technologies is a family owned business and a leader in electronic design for cash management applications in the vending and retail industries. Since 1988, they offer a complete family of smart safe products found in a range of top-tier convenience stores, gas stations and restaurants. Their electronics can be found in over a dozen different models of snack, beverage,… Read more →

CC Miles “Can’t Drive By” the Coffee Place

It’s hard enough to go through a break up without having to experience that wrenching feeling you get in your gut when pass by a location that you once frequented with an significant other.  Those moments, which were once endearing, are now melancholy tales. CC Miles sings it loud and clear in her new song “Can’t Drive By”.  This is… Read more →

Beautiful Lies

We love making music videos.  CC Miles is a dedicated singer/songwriter who’s well on her way to great things.  CC is the daughter of Chris Miles, CEO of Miles Technologies in Moorestown.

We were honored to shoot the music video for her song, Beautiful Lies.  In a recent email, Chris wrote, “It’s hard to believe this song was created by our little girl… Cindi and I were having coffee in the morning one Saturday last year when we heard CC playing this on the piano and belting out the chorus. We both looked at each other and wondered what great song was this. When CC came down for breakfast, we asked her and she said, “I just wrote it this week.” We are not just CC’s parents. We are big fans 🙂

It’s also hard to believe that CC’s still in high school.  She’s definitely beyond her years.  Congratulations to CC and her new music video!

Beautiful Bowls for Boats

Tradeshow videos are unique in that they play on a loop on a screen as people pass a trade show booth or display. Normally, they will not have any soundtrack so the content has to be engaging. The goal is to catch people’s eyes as they walk by, prompting them to approach the booth with questions or to request more… Read more →

Lords of the Ring

Congratulations to CompuData, Inc. on their great testimonial video featuring Specialty Ring Products.  Did you ever wonder who makes those huge seamless steel rings for jet turbines, helicopter gearboxes, paper mills, and windmills?  Me either, but I bet a lot of specialty mechanics do!  Specialty Ring Products (SRP) is the premier source for forged seamless rolled rings and shapes used in the most demanding aerospace, defense, and industrial applications.

SRP needed a better ERP system.  CompuData, Inc. provided them with a great software solution with Epicor ERP.  This helped SRP increase their margins which, in turn, allowed them to be much more competitive in the industry.   The process was fascinating to watch and a pleasure to produce for CompuData, Inc.

Life in a Cabaret

The art of cabaret performance is a very intimate one.  It’s distinctly different from musical theatre, or a concert in that the performer is only a few feet from the audience in a very intimate setting. The word and descriptions of cabaret are derived from the French word meaning “wine cellar” to describe the small room where this form of entertainment… Read more →

30 Years of Live Entertainment

If you have been doing something for 30 years, there’s no doubt that you’re going to be great at it.  CTO started as a singularly talented Philadelphia wedding band led by founder Carmen Tomassetti in 1987.  Thirty years and over 10,000 events later, they have become one of the best resources for full-service event entertainment in the nation, providing music to the Northeastern… Read more →

Webcast to the World

Webcasting is basically broadcasting over the internet.  Popular platforms like UStream and Livestream allow you to webcast live events while watching the number of viewers in real time. These statistics are valuable as they can provide insight into your capability to sell sponsorships or commercials.  Over the years, social media and chat have been added to these stream capabilities allowing viewer to interact and share the events. YouTube has… Read more →

An Unorthodox Edit

In short, a video producer’s job is to do exactly that…produce.  The producer is the grease-man.  He or she is the person that’s hiring and firing the production professionals, writing or approving scripts, and gathering other materials or talent to deliver the video’s “message”.  Producers have to understand the exact idea, message or call-to-action that the client is trying to get across to their… Read more →

Employee Testimonials and the EVP

According to Wikipedia, an Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is the balance of the rewards and benefits that are received by employees in return for their performance at the workplace. Basically, it’s used to describe the characteristics and appeal of working for an organization. We recently produced a video for Clemens Food Group, formally known as Hatfield Quality Meats. They are a… Read more →