Our collaborative video design and production work with the American Institutes for Research (AIR) is expansive and challenging. The assignments reach targeted audiences with essential content…as diverse as recording over 200 hours of middle school STEM classroom instruction for research analysis to interviews with those at the vanguard of patient-centered cancer trials.
One project concerned travelers with disabilities for Los Angeles World Airports. Working with a professional acting team and a two-camera crew, we rented Worcester Regional Airport for three days of location video to produce six scenarios.
This is one of four short email “blast” promotional videos for the online training that is streamed to all LAX staff and vendors.
An assignment for HUD (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) introduced the online program “LEAD THE WAY” targeted to public housing Commissioners (Boards of Directors) nationwide. We designed the logo and overall “look and feel” of this new endeavor as well as 35 discreet short videos. The program is featured elsewhere on this site. This is the introductory video.
Another assignment for HUD in cooperation with LISC (Local Initiatives Support Corporation) focused on subsidized elderly housing development and the HUD-202 program in The Bronx.
Our most recent completion is a series of six short video scenarios shot on location for HUD depicting forms of harassment in public housing – sexual, racial, disability, and religious. They were scripted by our talented and long-time collaborator educator/writer Christine Dall. Working with a team of actors and a two-camera crew, the scenarios are based on true stories.