25 projects, 55 seconds. Long story short, this is what we’re all about.
To create our first TV spot for Rider University, we spent 5 days on the New Jersey campus filming Rider students, and then combined all that footage with a voiceover script, recorded in our studio. The commercial aired on ESPN+ in New Jersey.
To create this piece, we talked to Darion Porter about his background, his love of bike riding, and his passion for helping others. We loved the story of young Darion making maps out of a pile of baking soda and toy cars so much that we made a mess of our studio just to recreate the image. The piece has gone on to win awards with CASE and CUPRAP. Learn more about the work we've done with Temple here.
We know our company name is made of numbers, but math is definitely not one of our favorite things. Luckily, Scholly Math has our back whenever we need to crack a particularly tough equation. Check out our other Scholly videos here!
For Manhattan Bagel's first TV spot, we traveled to one of their more than 25 locations, and filmed delicious bagels, sandwiches, and more. Then we came home, cooked up a voiceover script, and put it all together to make this delicious 30 second spot. They didn't pay us in bagels but we did get to eat everything you see here.
You wouldn’t think that the oldest business school in the world could ever be warm and inviting, but ask any of the near 100k alums and they’ll tell you: Anyone can belong at Wharton. After spending a week on campus getting to know students and staff, we put together this short admissions video to convince accepted students that Wharton is where they belong.
Being a pet parent is hard work. Between managing vet appointments, finding a great groomer, and knowing the difference between grain-free and raw-diet dog food, it can be a lot to juggle. Luckily Petcoach, Petco’s new membership program, is here to make life easier for us all. That’s worth wagging our tails about!
Functional Fabrics. Smart textiles. Engineered materials. Any way you spin it, Drexel University professor Genevieve Dion and her team of designers and scientists are creating clothing that can do a whole lot more than ever thought possible.
After the success of Darion Porter’s story, Temple University’s College of Liberal Arts introduced us to Criminal Justice major Barry Sauder, and we got to work creating a new piece to tell his unique story. We traveled to Barry’s hometown outside Lancaster, PA to capture his journey from rural Pennsylvania, to Philadelphia, to DC. In 2019, this video won an award with CUPRAP. Learn more about the work we've done with Temple here.
In Drexel's DragonsTeach program, science, technology, engineering, and math majors come together to share their knowledge with young minds in Philadelphia's many public schools. To create this video, we traveled to schools around the city, and to Drexel's campus, capturing dynamic footage of students learning and teaching. We then wrote and recorded a voiceover script perfectly tailored to suit the visuals and edited everything together into this short, inspirational piece.
The Y-Prize Competition is a joint effort between the business and engineering schools at the University of Pennsylvania and aims to answer the question: How can technology leave the lab and impact our everyday lives? The first part of that equation is getting business students to understand scientific concepts that engineering students can explain in their sleep (like Nanotribological Printing). We've been working with Y-Prize since 2014, creating short informational videos about the competition and tech involved.
False Reality is a small, Philadelphia-based men's accessory company that creates high quality jewelry using materials sourced from all over the world. To create this short promotional piece, we started with a voiceover script, and brought it to life with a location, props, and talent.