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CASE STUDIES | EVENT VIDEOGRAPHY

Have a keynote you want recorded?  Perhaps some breakout sessions?  What about a video that can be played during your event?  How about a video that helps you recap the event or gets integrated as part of a larger marketing campaign?  Videography is a growing medium and is becoming more and more popular as YouTube becomes one of the largest search engines in the world.  Our lead strategist will sit down with you identify key objectives, map out a game plan and help you create an effective video piece that will fit in any campaign.  We can work as your trusted advisor or in tandem to an existing marketing team.  We ask important questions so we can give you a product that will help provide you a great return on investment.

BOSA | RIVERSKY

We were asked to help film the presales event for Riversky properties in New Westminster.  When we discussed the project with their marketing team we helped identify that it would be good to not only interview people in English, but also in Chinese for those who are uncomfortable with a second language.  

When asked about the metrics of the success of the video, their marketing team indicated that it was well received and that the video was DIRECTLY attributed to a sale at Riversky.

Sam Adams | Whistler Village Beer Festival

Connected through an agency, we were commissioned to film a short segment that showed off the Whistler Village Beer Festival on behalf of Sam Adams.  To help immerse the viewer we opted to blend bits of cinematic shots with candid and engaging moments to help capture the day. 

 

As we discovered that Sam Adams as a brand dominates a more mature market typically and that they were wanting to penetrate a younger demographic, we kept note while filming to ensure that we found people with the right appeal. 

Follow Me Foodie | Barnyard BBQ Event

A long time client of ours Mijune of Follow Me Foodie often attends or hosts events.  In partnership with various companies we were commissioned to help create a buzz piece for her blog and for the associations.  To keep with her brand we helped produce it in a way to keep it light hearted and fun to watch.

Tourism Vancouver | The Dineout Experience

Dineout Vancouver is no stranger to the Vancouver food scene.  We were commissioned by Tourism Vancouver to help bring that dine out experience to a video and show how fun and engaging the event is. 

In order to show diversity we opted to attend specific events that catered to the various aspects of attendees so that we could show the breadth of activities during this festival.

We also worked with the marketing team to produce the video in a first person format to make it more relatable.  Knowing that this production was going to be viewed as a teaser piece we kept the visuals snappy and the tune a little more on the addicting side to infect the minds of the viewers.