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Naked Juice and Wholesome Wave

Posted on July 25th, by leeman7272 in Overview Video, Social Media. No Comments

Documentary style video produced for social media sites for Naked Juice and Wholesome Wave.



Black & Decker “It’s About Time”

Posted on July 25th, by leeman7272 in Motion Graphics, Social Media, TV Spot. No Comments

We produced this spot for Black & Decker’s new String Trimmer. We also came up with the tagline, “It’s About Time.”



Arkady Burdan Foundation

Posted on July 25th, by leeman7272 in Overview Video, Social Media. No Comments

Produced for olympic fencing coach, Arkady Burdan and his amazing foundation.



Carvana: About the Company

Posted on December 27th, by leeman7272 in Overview Video, Social Media. No Comments

Carvana introduces a whole new way to buy a car. Buy 100% online, and have it delivered to your door the next day.



Ingo Money

Posted on August 21st, by leeman7272 in Motion Graphics, Overview Video, Social Media. No Comments


“First for Everything”

Posted on August 21st, by leeman7272 in Social Media. No Comments

A video that shares all (or at least a lot) of your “Firsts” in life.



Black & Decker 20V System

Posted on August 21st, by leeman7272 in Social Media, TV Spot. No Comments

This spot aired during the 2013 NCAA Championship Basketball Game. Our tagline, “Demands Attention” became the tagline for the entire 20V Line.



The Home Depot

Posted on August 21st, by leeman7272 in Social Media. No Comments

We filmed the on-camera scenes of Dave (from The Home Depot) for these web advertisements for The Home Depot.



EnablePath

Posted on August 21st, by leeman7272 in Motion Graphics, Overview Video, Social Media. No Comments

Motion graphics video we created for EnablePath.com. EnablePath is a Gold Alliance Partner with SalesForce.com



Bridge2Solutions

Posted on August 21st, by leeman7272 in Overview Video, Social Media. No Comments

We produced this video to demonstrate how Bridge2Solutions is changing the way consumers “spend” their reward points.