fundraising + special projects
Here are a few examples of custom-tailored projects for clients whose video needs were a little more unique: from serving as fundraising tools, to creating a more dynamic presentation or enhancing an exhibit, we create videos that work for you.
portraits + profiles
Whether you need to re-brand your company, identify yourself to a new market, or introduce yourself to a prospective employer, we want to help you share your story.
Check out these fun videos we did for social media outlets to promote one of Edible magazine's pop-up dinner events. From the potters who created the dinnerware, to the farmers and chefs who grew and prepared the food, these videos give a behind-the-scenes look at the people and work involved in pulling off such a magnificent event.
A snippet of the beauty created by Hayal Pozanti during her artist residency at Tamarind Institute.
Just a couple installments from the educational video series Tamarind Printers Around the World. Showcasing Master Printers heralding from Albuquerque's Tamarind Institute, we follow these masters to all corners of the globe to learn what it takes to set up your own lithography workshop.
ask a local
We work on our own, and with other production companies. Below are two examples in which Melinda Frame worked as a local producer covering content in NM and AZ for Linton Media out of NYC. If you need someone to cover you in the American Southwest (and beyond), we're ready to go!
A few highlights from the travel series New Mexico True TV, in which Melinda Frame served as Producer / Director / Writer / Videographer / & Editor for CliffDweller Digital and the New Mexico Tourism Department. We're no stranger to broadcast television.
In collaboration with Tamarind Institute, we produced this documentary short film to accompany their show 66 Mile Radius, in which artists of different mediums, generations, and backgrounds come to Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque to participate in the collaborative art form of lithography. Through their eyes, the documentary explores and celebrates the printmaking process in Tamarind’s workshop, exposing the ways New Mexico informs and impacts their work.