TV & Video
One of four TV spots shot for Lawrence General Hospital in 2012.
STOP, THINK, LET IT GO.
This piece was shot as part of the State of Massachusetts Safe and Successful Youth Initiative. All of the talent used here has been touched by Gun Violence. This production won an international Telly Award in 2012.
PHILIPS MEDICAL “MEGA”
This stop motion piece for Philips Medical features 129 of the employees in less than three minutes. It was shot in three city’s, Boston, Seattle and Atlanta. Half the images were shot on greenscreen and the other half environmentally.
BAYSTATE MEDICAL “ROGER”S STORY”
This fundraising video for Baystate Medical was scripted and shot using a teleprompter. We used a very high end HD camera with cine lenses to throw the background out of focus. This eliminated the issue of patient privacy at the hospital while still maintaining the pulse of the environment. Understanding the extremely busy schedules of the doctors and senior management that needed to be included this seemed to an effective solution. We had twenty to thirty minutes with each subject.
NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CARE
This was shot entirely using a stedicam. All the talent are NHP employees and their families.
“GOOD TO DRIVE”
This is a continuous take using a jib arm on a track. The key light is a 10k quartz light in a helium balloon. This production was nominated for a 2009 Boston/New England Emmy.