A Corporate Video that Gives Back

Companies can use a Corporate Video for many reasons. Training videos for growth or kick starting the company all together. Video production can be used in hundreds of ways; to teach, inspire, pitch or explain a product.

Literally hundreds of ways, but, video production is ALWAYS about THE STORY.

CommunityAmerica Credit Union decided to tell the story of how they surprised an Instagram follower and new mom, Brandi, by giving her a dream nursery!

Passion. Passion is what makes 29 Pixel Studios stand out. We have a passion for storytelling, whether it be photography, graphic design or videography.

Corporate Video with Karren Mills and Trozzolo Communications GroupIt is clear that CommunityAmerica Credit Union has passion for taking care of their members. A quick browse on their Facebook page, or stroll through their Instagram feed (@communityAmerica) reveals their clients are not only members, but are fans!

It’s rare that a corporate video has such love infused into it, so when a project like this comes along like this we jump at the chance.

In a world where there is no shortage of negative stories, this one should make you smile.

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From Nick: As a small business I admire CommunityAmerica Credit Union for the culture of giving that they have created. Bravo! No one ever went broke by giving.

29 Pixel Studios worked with Trozzolo Communications Group to produce this touching video. In fact, an entire team was involved. Part of the team was Interior Designer, Karen Mills and you can check out her site: karenmills.net.

CommunityAmerica Credit Union has raised the bar with this Corporate Video.

Now offering Dance Studios a new way of doing things.

For years 29 Pixel Studios has produced traditional Dance Studio Photography; the style many dance studios are accustomed to. Parents order prints of a traditional pose, lighting is fairly even making those colors pop and we see that smile. Occasionally, with older dancer we might throw in a contemporary pose with more dramatic lighting. However, when we do those contemporary poses, the big concern is, “What if grandma doesn’t like this contemporary pose where the dancer isn’t looking at the camera?” Well 29 Pixel Studios is now offering Dance Studios a new way of doing things.

Multiple poses, contemporary and traditional, fun and exciting lighting; all digitally delivered to the parents. Parents and Dance Studios have the rights, letting them print wherever they choose! Digital images also means the ability to post the images online, encouraging families to tag your studio generating traffic for the recital and the studio.Dance Studio Photography

Wedding photographers have been doing this for YEARS.

It takes on average, an 8-hour day of nothing but ordering prints the tradition way. This time could be spent editing multiple photographs for the kiddos!

In this scenario, the Dance studio will hire 29 Pixel Studios. No money exchanges hands between the parents and 29 Pixel Studios.

Delivery of the photos is easy; sent via a link, all of the images will be available to view, download, or even purchase at ZERO mark up through SmugMug. The link can be shared to families through email, a newsletter, or even Facebook. Parents can download the high resolution pictures from the site, as well as a release that will allow them to print the photos anywhere they would like.Dance Studio Photography, kansas city

If you have to pick one photograph, of course it will be the smiling kid looking at the camera. Let’s pick all of them from now on!

Dance Studio Photography in Kansas City is about to change!

Contact 29 Pixel Studios today and let’s capture some awesome posdn

29 Pixel Studios has hired a new employee!

29 Pixel Studios has hired a new employee! This is a big step for the company.

In the past, to accomplish our client’s goals, 29 Pixel Studios has brought on independent contractors. If a client’s project requires multi-cam recording for example, or a three-person team is needed to cover a conference.

29 Pixel Studios has hired a new employee!Paige joined 29 Pixel Studios August 2016 as the all-around Pixel Punisher. Just a fun way to say graphic designer.

Graduation is in sight for Paige. December 2016 will be here in no time and while she finishes up her degree in graphic design degree, she will be helping 29 Pixel Studios hit home runs for our clients!

Beyond graphic design, Paige is a talented photographer and her video skills are on the rise!

29 Pixel Studios is very lucky to have such a talented artist as a first employee.

29 Pixel Studios has hired a new employee!

SEA LIFE Arizona Sea Turtle Rescue Video

29 Pixel Studios was honored to work with the fantastic crew of SEA LIFE Arizona to create a Sea Turtle Rescue Video! SEA LIFE’s message is clear: BREED, RESCUE, PROTECT and this video certainly captures the RESCUE element.Videography for Sea Turtle Rescue underway!
Cora was hit by a boat and rescued by the Georgia Sea Turtle Center. It was determined that this young Green Sea Turtle was unreleasable to the wild. Thankfully SEA LIFE Arizona stepped in to give her a permanent home where she will be cared for and serve as an ambassador for the endangered species.

29 Pixel Studios creates video commecial for SEA LIFE ArizonaIf you are in the Phoenix area, you can visit Cora in person. Swing into the theater room and I believe the video I produced is playing in a longer form story of her journey, but for now you can see the highlights here:

 

29 Pixel Studios creates video projects like these to help organizations convey important messages, and reach their customers in a personable way. If you need video production for a company project, a commercial, a conference, or another important event, let 29 Pixel Studios help you accomplish your mission. Contact 29 Pixel Studios today.

If you are interested, a personal blog on www.nickschale.com captures fun details from the SEA LIFE Arizona Sea Turtle Rescue Video. You can check out the blog here.

Update; December 13, 2016.

From Nick- First and foremost, Cora is getting HUGE! She looks so healthy and happy. I got to see some video footage of her and have to say, it was like seeing an old friend. Second, 29 Pixel Studios was fortunate enough to film a video project for NICE and the Kansas City Airport. The final video (here) was shown at a fund raiser where one of Southwest’s VPs was the keynote speaker. I made it a point to meet with him and personally thank him for the culture he has at Southwest. It’s important to share when a company goes out of their way to treat you right. Hopefully, we at 29 Pixel Studios can accomplish a sliver of what they have!