The Baseball Reliquary held its 21st annual Shrine of the Eternals induction ceremony on July 14, 2019 at the Pasadena Central Library, Pasadena, California. Honorees included the 2019 Hilda Award recipient Ralph Carhart, and the 2019 Tony Salin Memorial Award recipient Bob Busser. Chris Epting delivered the Keynote Address. The inductees were Billy Beane (accepted by Zak Basch), Lisa Fernandez, and J.R. Richard.
Two days later, Loren Roberts and Hearken Creative had already edited the entire event, and posted it to YouTube. Editing and posting quickly makes for better fan/user engagement, and the video has already been watched dozens of times in the past few weeks.
Do you need video (production and post-production) for your event or marketing campaign? Call us now.
I recently had the privilege of working with best-selling author Mark Baker, who runs the La Vie Counseling Centers in Pasadena and Santa Monica. Mark wanted to start sharing some of his insights to a larger audience through short videos that took a single idea from his books and “put a face to it.” Having done countless large-format conferences and training sessions, Mark was completely at ease in front of the camera, and extremely well-prepared.
Because much of his audience is in Brazil, we also close-captioned all of these videos for a Portuguese-speaking audience. Mark’s found an extremely competent translator in Brazil who forwarded transcripts of each video as we produced them.
This is the power of video: getting concepts delivered to people who are “visual learners.” This project embodies much of what can be done on a relatively-inexpensive budget: this was all shot in one day, on two cameras, and has all been accomplished in roughly six weeks (it could have been faster, but we felt that “trickling” the videos out would get us more bang for the buck).
If you want to do something like this for you company, contact me now, and we can discuss how to utilize the power of YouTube for your brand.
Once again we have partnered with Asian Access to bring stories from the heart of tsunami-ravaged Northeastern Japan. This story about Sue Takamoto and the Nozomi Project was filmed in a few hours one afternoon in Ishinomaki, Japan, and edited with help from friend and colleague (and pro storyteller/artist) Greg King in Southern California. The client is pleased with the speed of delivery and the message that we were able to communicate in only a few minutes:
Once again, HCS was able to come through with a fast and quick solution. The president of the organization had a busy schedule, and they wanted the video quickly; I ran out to the corporate headquarters to shoot this little clip. But we didn’t skimp on quality: the lighting was there, the Canon 7D was there, and we used a really nice Audio Technica shotgun microphone to capture audio. Brought it back to the office that evening, and had the footage delivered to the client the next day.
We want to continue to do fun stuff like this for our clients. Do you need some top-notch web video? Let us come and make your next project shine.