Video Perspective 'Demo Reel'
Our Demo Reel features work that spans the last decade. We have been producing great work consistently for corporate and broadcast clients for more than fifteen years. Let us capture your story!
'College World Series' Promo
Our DP, Steve Henry, was asked to visually convey the essence of baseball in America for ESPN’s coverage of the College World Series. Shooting with the Panasonic Varicam he captured the heart of the game and the spirit of its loyal fans in this nationally aired promo.
'Remote Knowledge RK3000' Marketing Video
Video Perspective produced this promo video for use at industry trade shows. The goal was to communicate the functionality and safety features of the RK3000, a 24-hour monitored, asset-tracking device. Our crews shot on location at Remote Knowledge offices, as well as on the ground and from the air in Clear Lake, Galveston Bay, and the Gulf of Mexico.
Teenmania - 'The Power of One' Promo
Working with existing footage, the post-production team at Video Perspective crafted a fast-paced, graphically enhanced promo to encourage today’s teens to attend Teenmania’s “Acquire the Fire” events. This promo was aired nationally on Sky Angel television network, and was also mailed to Youth Pastors across the country.
'Inside the NFL' HBO Sports
HBO Sports took their show on the road and entrusted our team with location and production management, and crewing of the Super Bowl XXXVIII “INFL Preview Show”. Working with a local staging company, Video Perspective’s crews arrived at 6:00 am to begin assembling the 4-camera configuration atop the 6-story Sabine Street Lofts parking garage. Battling strong winds and 30 degree temperatures was all in a day’s work, and the end result was a great success!
Our producers and crews spent several days following Alzheimer’s Dementia patients and their caregivers. The goal was to get a glimpse of the diverse and complex nature of the disease. In turn we produced an educational video, to both inform and allay the fears of those facing the life-changing illness.
A Silver Telly Award was the prize for this production!