Video Dominates the Media

What makes an effective short video? That’s an impossible question to get right. But it’s been my experience that the delivery of the message is as important as the entertainment value, or maybe more important. A video that gets a lot of views on YouTube only has to offer a great message and good audio, everything else is icing on the cake!

Here’s some examples of our short videos:

SCORE Journal talks with BJ Baldwin about his experience driving the SCORE Baja 1000. Multiple camera shoot on location in Las Vegas. In conjunction with BCII Los Angeles and DS Media LLC.

World Vet Motocross celebrates Malcolm Smith. Stand-up introduction using single camera on location at Malcolm Smith Motorcycles. In conjunction with DS Media LLC.

A single camera movement tracks a Labrador Retriever across a pond. In conjunction with Westphal Productions. http://westphalproductions.com

 

Top Truck Challenge motorsports multi-cameras, including jump from plane cold open thanks to stunt coordinator, Craig O’Brien (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1176249/)

Short-form video work for YouTube audiences targets automotive motorsports like off-road desert racing. Multiple camera shoot in studio. In conjunction with DS Media LLC.

Short film produced for a speaking engagement in front of the California Preservation Foundation. The topic was oral history. Eddie Grijalva was born in 1933 in El Toro, California, a small farming town near the Pacific Ocean. He tells a story of what life was like, living in a house that had no electricity or plumbing.

Teaser for DVD. Filmed from a dog's perspective. Actor Tony Becker interviews Raney Ranch founder, Steve Raney, as Steve shows him the finer points of training working dogs.