Corporate Videos

University of San Francisco

The University of San Francisco has a goal to extend the education they offer beyond graduation by providing exciting events to their alumni. These events also increase networking opportunities for their alumni. They hosted an event 3,000 miles from their California campus, in New York City, featuring Senator Bill Bradley. Bradley was also a member of the world champion New York Knicks in 1970 and 1973. He shared the vast knowledge gained from pro basketball and politics in a rousing motivational speech exclusively to the USF alumni. The event was held in the modern offices of the Bleacher Report. USF alumnus Rory Brown is the President of Bleacher Report and was proud to host the event. Networking, learning, and staying connected to USF were all goals that were met and exceeded.


The office leasing industry is evolving quickly. Today’s workforce is searching for a collaborative environment where they can feel comfortable and be inspired. They want a user-friendly, tech-ready office space that allows them to be mobile and fluid. BASE is a new alternative to commercial leasing, and it offers small-to-medium-size business owners amenities they couldn’t afford in traditional leasing models. The concept is also attractive to investors offering new revenue streams that are created through managing the tenant’s logistical needs, and by upselling them on a variety of services and amenities.

Muse Creative Award
Communicator Award
Summit Award

New York City OEM

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the New York City Office of Emergency Management, created a plan to quickly provide emergency housing to residents who have lost their homes. This housing concept can erect homes, in hours, to offer interim housing. The Post-Disaster Housing Prototype Program can build a multilevel housing structure in under 14 hours, as demonstrated in the time-lapse video.

Burton Snowboards

The Burton Snowboard video was produced for their national sales conference. The ten-minute video featured their soft goods (clothing) and was produced to reinforce the company’s philosophy that at Burton everyone is one big family – from the riders to the designers, from the management to the sales force.

Aurora Award
Axiem Award


NASDAQ news internationally was reported with the New York Stock Exchange in the background, this led to an identity crisis for the NASDAQ Stock Exchange and their companies.

NASDAQ created NASDAQ Market Site as the preeminent place to broadcast NASDAQ news and T-LINE TV created the marketing tape that they used to sell the concept of broadcasting from Market Site.

This tape was successfully distributed nationally and internationally, attracting news organizations worldwide to broadcast from Market Site.

Aurora Award
Communicator Award


The Cosi Company video was produced with a dual-purpose, as an IPO video for investors for the company when it went public and also served as a training video for new employees.

The video was produced to give a “top level” overview of the company and create a sense, in the viewer, that they are becoming a part of a special organization.

The video was produced to be played in one continuous showing or can be stopped as a teaching tool after each segment.

Telly Award

100 Years of Play - Toy Industry Association

100 Years of Play was produced to celebrate the first 100 years of the Toy Industry Association (TIA).

100 Years of Play was honored in the corporate video category in the 26th Annual Telly Awards that honored outstanding local, regional and cable TV commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions. The 100 Years of Play video debuted at the TOTY Awards at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City in front of over one-thousand of the most influential people in the toy industry.

100 Years of Play took the viewer on a chronological tour displaying the progression of toys from the past century. The video coupled popular music from each of the ten different decades and cut together a compelling music piece featuring the toys debuted in each decade.

The music served as an audio queue that took the viewer back in time to that era. Some of the many toys featured included Lionel Trains, Crayola Crayons, Erector Sets, Lincoln Logs, Radio Flyer Wagons, Yo-Yos, Monopoly, Slinky, Silly Putty, Lego, Matchbox Cars, Play Doh, Frisbee, Barbie, G.I. Joe, Hot Wheels, Care Bears, and Beanie Babies.

The video was produced to have the same look as all of the other TIA marketing materials surrounding their 100th Anniversary, including a coffee table book that was written and released at the same time as the video

Telly Award