April 2015 - Final Four Indianapolis
You know how we love to name drop. So how about NCAA, Lowe's, Amazon & Pizza Hut. We worked for each of those "tiny" companies
during this years Final Four. We documented the great work done by Lowe's Hometown Heroes to refurbish some Indianapolis parks and then
edited a piece for the NCAA that ran on the Lucas Oil Stadium video boards. View the video HERE..
For Amazon we provided audio for a shoot at FanFest. And on Easter Sunday, editor Scott Jones came in at 5 pm and worked with Pizza Hut
on some web videos documenting their One Million Dollars Backward Half-Court Shot competition. No winners--except for Scott who recieved
some valubale Pizza Hut coupons and the eternal gratitude of the Pizza Hut gang.
October 2014 - On The Move
DL Images has been on the move. From the Halls of Marian University to the shores of Anchorage, Alaska. Traveling to the soybean fields
of Illinois and into the corporate offices of insurance giants American Family and Liberty Mutual. Shooting in the automotive showrooms of O’Brien Toyota and Kahlo Jeep Chrysler, and in the national headquarters of the NCAA. And hanging with Andrew Luck and his gang for Monday Night Football.
It was a busy late summer and early fall, and though the locations were great it was the producers we worked with who are always the main
attraction. (Forgive our pandering). Joe Law, Paul Mpistolarides, Jerald Harkness, John Commorato, Terry O'Brien, Dennis Neary and Steve Russo. Legends all. ,
One Week. Five Clients. Four Different Cameras.I
It keeps us on our toes. Five different clients the first week of June and four different cameras. For the WWE it was the tape based
Panasonic 900 and green screen interviews with wrestlers. For BMO Harris Bank, it was the Sony NEX700 and an executive interview. For
test equipment manufacturer JDSU, we used the SONY EX3 to demonstrate their products in use.
For Steak 'n Shake's 80th birthday, the PR geniuses at FleishmanHillard planned to set a Guinness World Record for the number of
people singing Happy Birthday at the same time. And for the NCAA, we were back to the SONY EX3 at their Career in Sports Forum.
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May 2014 - Cute Kid
Terry O'Brien has been a friend for over 25 years, and a client for 15 years. Terry is incredibly talented and creative, but he stopped being cute about 40 years ago. So he cast his over-the-top cute 8 year old son Jamie in some TV spots for O'Brien Automotive and is now living vicariously through Jamie. Good writing and great acting we think. Take a look.
A brutal winter in the Midwest, but we kept on trucking...
Shot three stories for Inside Edition--the Gary, Indiana house possessed by the devil, the New Castle basketball player paralyzed for three months who suddenly was able to walk, and the 500 pound high school freshman in Franklin who had the entire school helping him lose weight.
Finished a series of videos for Home Bank of Martinsville, Indiana. "There's No Place Like Home"
Headed to some warmer weather in Naples Florida to create a warm piece for Youth Haven, an emergency shelter for abused, abandoned and neglected children. Have a look.
A challenging project because we needed to tell the story without seeing the faces of the kids. The video was a huge hit at their annual fundraising luncheon. Thanks to the legendary Ed Cahill from HG Partners and to Gail Webster of IMA Creative for getting us involved in such a worthy project.
Long time friend and former co-worker Randy Sipe, now of Smart Connections, got us involved in a project for McKenzie Center for Innovation and Technology, part of the Lawrence Township School District. The goal was to make parents and students aware of the diversity of programs and the great opportunities the school provides. Students and parents tell the story, and our client was moved to tears. Good tears, not bad tears. Have a look.
We spent several days in The Summit City, Ft. Wayne, producing videos for the law firm of Beckman Lawson.
Profiles of 16 attorneys (there's a joke there somewhere) and a firm overview. Take a look.