Videos

When it comes to corporate video production, we bring over a decade of experience to the table. Our in-house videography team has worked with companies both small and large to bring their visions to life with highly impactful, engaging videos. See for yourself what we can do behind the lens.

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Lanracorp

Social Media Video

CYHS

Branding Video

LCSWI

Municipalities Video

The Gori Law Firm

Employee Testimonial Video

Touchette

Non-Profit Anniversary Video

Signature health

Commercial Video
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Touchette

Employee Testimonial Videos

Lanracorp

Social Media Video
Lanracorp, a leader in the pipeline and ROW clearing industry, was looking for creative ways to attract and recruit new talent. As part of their recruitment campaign, we developed this employment video to showcase what a career at Lanracorp looks like. We have utilized this video on social media, the Careers section of their website and in digital ads promoting job opportunities within the company.
Transcript
What does it mean to work at Lanracorp?
Putting quality and safety first.
Making a difference in the contracting space.
Working for one of the top contractors in the industry.
Apply today! www.lanracorp.com/careers

Coordinated Youth and Human Services

Branding Video
CYHS is a nonprofit social service agency that addresses the needs for youth and family services throughout Madison County. They came to us seeking a branding video that serves as a testimonial to the work they are doing and the families they are serving. For the video, we conducted interviews with CYHS students, parents and personnel to help share the organization's impactful and inspiring story.
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Unknown Speaker 0:03
This school is the best school ever been to, like, they really teach you how to do things in life and in schoolwork, like, they will help you, I thank God that I did come to this school, because it's the best place for me. And I'm helping people they helping me,

Unknown Speaker 0:24
she went from bad grades, you know, like, struggling really bad. And then once we got here, to CYHS she became an Honor Roll Student. She's on the student council. Um, I mean, it went from. So you know, it was, it's a great transition. And I'm just so proud of her.

Unknown Speaker 0:49
Here we have a different group of kids, they have a different set of needs, and so do their families, and we're able to be there for them in a holistic way. And that's one thing that I really like about this environment in this program, is that, you know, when they leave us, they, you know, Hi, how are you in the grocery store, and they, you know, they remember those things, and they still talk about some of the things that we've helped them with, for a lot of our kids, they've been in a lot of different settings, and some of them feel like people have given up on them. And here that's just not that's not what we do.

Unknown Speaker 1:21
You got to come here to understand how it is. Because some people think it just like a bunch of kids are who just bad, like Just bad hard. But it's not it's like kids who actually good. Like, actually smart people her like everybody different. That's why like you come to this school to like, basically understand who you are.

Unknown Speaker 1:43
It's not always when students come here at first, it's kind of like, oh, my gosh, here I am at the school not okay, what can I do now. So they're kind of already down on themselves a little bit. And so it's really, we got to find that motivation in them, and then when they find that motivation, their parents can see all the good things they're doing at home, as well as at school.

Unknown Speaker 2:03
I know that the younger kids who are just come in, they probably look up to me, and I don't want to lead them wrong. So I try to be good. And I try like to keep everyone on track. Even the kids my age, I told him like we got two young kids looking at us and we can mistake we can't do anything wrong because they go do it and they go think it's okay. And so I think that the teachers and counselors, they helped me like get that, like, helped me like figure out

Unknown Speaker 2:30
the partnership, we'll CYHS they are awesome. Okay, they they keep me informed about Anna, they let me know. And communication is key to any relationship and especially concerning my child, you want to be able to communicate with, you know, the teachers and the staff in order to know how to better assist your child, you know, the partnership with them, they helped me to know how to actually help her. But life is about risks. You know, life is about stepping out on faith. Take a leap of faith, go out and let your child you know, be involved with a place that's going to help them to succeed in life and in endeavors, you know, in their future. You know, take that chance take that risk. I did.

Southwestern Illinois Leadership Council

Municipalities Video
Southwestern Illinois Leadership Council hired us to create a video that promoted the region for site selectors for economic development. The video highlights the top industries, the great location and ability to grow and live.
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Southwestern Illinois, a Midwest landmark known for its focus on transportation, workforce and innovation, strategically located in the middle of the United States in the heart of the Midwest, southwestern Illinois across the Mississippi River from the historic Gateway Arch location is one primary asset that Southwestern Illinois has to offer. With more than 50% of the US buying power accessible in a single day's drive, southwestern Illinois is the choice when location is essential for moving commodities and goods. Southwestern Illinois is home to six class one railroads and the most northern ice free lock free river port. It served by an international airport and three regional airports. Consisting of nine counties that make up the Mississippi industrial corridor Southwestern Illinois is home to more than 700,000 residents, making it the second largest population center in the state of Illinois. It has a higher standard of living than 94% of similar metropolitan regions in the country. Southwestern Illinois is united in an effort to meet the economic changes and demands of today's industries. investment in transportation drives the economic engine and continues to attract industries from all business sectors. It's home to one of the top 10 Hottest supply chain Logistics and Distribution developments in the country named by Cushman Wakefield. Over $19 billion has been invested in the region and today's most prominent industry clusters, ranging from advanced and light manufacturing to more innovative sectors that will drive the economy of tomorrow, such as cybersecurity, automation, and robotics. This region is a supply chain distribution hub for warehouse and logistics operations, as it sits at the crossroads of four major interstates. Talent pipeline development is at the forefront in southwestern Illinois, resulting in a passionate, productive and innovative workforce skilled to help achieve business success today, and long into the future. The region's workforce efforts continue to build awareness and skills of tomorrow's workers. The curriculum for this program has been recently redesigned with work ready certificates and dual credit programs to fast track the 1000's of individuals entering the workforce each year.

Scott Air Force Base has more than 100 transitioning highly qualified airmen entering the workforce each month with expertise in IT, cybersecurity, transportation, logistics, aviation, geospatial intelligence and more and are all ready to work with missions critical to national defense. The community is one of the largest retired veterans communities in the country. Access to higher education is at its peak, the growth of the new workforce continues to rise due to efforts to attract young professionals and our region's desirable cost of living. This network of higher education provides focused, technical training to meet the workforce needs of area employers, and the growing demand in AI, automation and robotics. In addition, there's also an investment of more than $2 billion in new infrastructure, with capabilities to enable the highest and best use of existing resources for new investments. The region is also known for its attractive incentives and takes great pride in the ease of permitting and regulatory procedures. Compared to other states, the cost of power is lower in Illinois and the quality of service and superior. Southwestern Illinois families enjoy cost effective living, a variety of housing options and work life attractions suitable for the young professional or the growing family. We stand ready to help you learn more about the resources, capabilities and incentives for business investments. Our region extends a warm welcome and invite you to visit our great Southwestern Illinois region. We hope to see you soon.

The Gori Law Firm 

Employee Testimonial Video
The Gori Law Firm is one of the leading asbestos litigation firms in the country. With offices throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan region and in D.C., New Orleans, LA, New York and Orlando, the firm was looking for ways to recruit new employees. We created this employee testimonial video with the goal of highlighting all of the perks of working at the firm. During the video shoot, we interviewed multiple employees at various office locations.
Transcript
Unknown Speaker 0:05
Knowing my work that I do every day is helping somebody or others is very important to me something to be really proud of.

Unknown Speaker 0:12
the main goal of our firm is just to get the best results for our client. Everyone works really hard in pursuit of this common goal to do the best we can. And I feel like that really stands out.

Unknown Speaker 0:23
So the Gori Law Firm, they are big with over 200 employees, but they also give you a, a small, intimate feel as an employee, you have a great working relationship with your peers, as well as anybody above you on the attorney or management level.

Unknown Speaker 0:41
It's very casual, very relaxed, open door policy - supervisors and above, you can go speak to anybody at any time.

Unknown Speaker 0:49
One of the best things about the firm is the flexibility that we're offered. We all work really hard, but the powers that be know that our families and our lives are important too. And they really allow us the opportunity to work hard, but also take care of our other responsibilities.

Unknown Speaker 1:05
Just having that work life balance. And still maintaining the high level for your clients is kind of something that they strive on.

Unknown Speaker 1:13
You can start in at an entry level position and work your way up and learn so much and continue to grow over the years.

Unknown Speaker 1:21
I think the gray law firm stands out from other firms because we very much act as a team but we are valued as individuals. We are appreciated for all of our work and are respected above all.

Unknown Speaker 1:35
The flexible schedule that they offer, and the healthcare benefits and reimbursements are the best that I've ever heard of. Although we're a very large firm with many different departments in various locations all over the US, we all strive to reach one common goal and that is the commitment to our clients.

Touchette Bicycle Food Mission

Non-Profit Anniversary Video
In the midst of COVID-19, Touchette Bicycle Food Mission was created to address food disparity in the East St. Louis and Centreville communities, known food deserts. To announce their one year anniversary and attract new volunteers and donors, we created this branding video to tell the story of the impactful work the Mission has done in its local communities.
Transcript
Unknown Speaker 0:02
Well, you know, as the guys at Touchette Regional come down, and you know, the barber shops back, we had kids that come in fresh out of school, maybe haven't ate lunch yet. And then Touchette, guys come down, man, just bright smiles come in, you know what I'm saying, and everybody's just so friendly and just, you know, gives up as much as people want, you know, so it really brings a good impact on the community, just by the presence of a smile by itself. But let alone not even just the products that they bring hand sanitizer, bottles of waters, sandwiches, burritos, and I'm talking about the best stuff.

Unknown Speaker 0:39
Half the time, you got to worry about where to go eat, because a lot of people sit up here and wait on y'all to come. You know, they know y'all come in, at a certain time. Ya'll, pretty much on schedule, like the child giving out fresh items, you know, they give you fresh apples, fresh fruit, you know, lettuce, you know, it ain't just like, all canned.

Unknown Speaker 0:58
They come over, you know, and give us food here and to the community. There. Everybody come here, we'd be happy smiling. And there and they be nice, you know, we be nice with us, you know, we like them.

Unknown Speaker 1:13
It's like heaven sent, You know what I'm saying when somebody can come in and just give you that beautiful smile and just best with all these good things and give you a good smile, just on the way out the door.

Unknown Speaker 1:25
There's a 40% food insufficiency in this community. This is a food desert, you're unable to buy an apple or an orange or fresh fruits in the immediate vicinity of our hospital. So this is an opportunity for us to go out on bicycles and serve those in our neighborhoods.

Unknown Speaker 1:51
We still got some work to do, you know, as we build up or clean up, you know, I'm saying, but besides that, that's a good neighborhood. And I can really appreciate Touchette for their open arms and they keep up the good work. Because like I said, we all love them how they come out and talk to us more. You know, what I'm saying and help the neighborhood..

Unknown Speaker 2:15
We're known for, you know, East St. Louis to be a bad area, but y'all get to see the good part of East St Louis. Ya'll don't get to see everything they showing on the news all the crime, and everything else.

Unknown Speaker 2:26
It's not only about, again, the smiles that they bring in and the products that they hand out it's that they are here for our community. And we're also here for the community too.


Signature Orthopedics

Commercial Video
Signature Orthopedics came to us for a commercial video that was to be played at a St. Louis professional soccer game on the jumbotron. We created a branding video that promoted their 5 convenient locations and 22 orthopedic specialists.
Transcript
The doctors of Signature Orthopedics are committed to providing the most advanced and innovative diagnostic treatment and if needed surgical options available in the entire St. Louis region. With 22 orthopedic surgeons and pain management specialists, board certified in every aspect of orthopedic care, including sports medicine, we have you covered. From foot, ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, wrist and spine. Contact Signature Orthopedics today.


Touchette Regional Hospital

Employee Testimonial Videos
As a recruitment effort, we worked with Touchette Regional Hospital to develop a series of employee testimonial videos. In the series, we interviewed hospital employees from different departments, asking what they enjoy most about their careers at Touchette.
Transcript
The best part for me for working for Touchette Regional Hospital is that I have the opportunity to make a difference. I change directly. My opportunity to make a difference encompasses, patients, visitors, employees, staff, I make a difference with everything that I do every day. It impacts the community, family, every area of our lives. So and I'm given that opportunity by working in this environment. What keeps me coming back is I matter. I am not just a number. I matter. What I do matters. The work that I do matters. It impacts. So that keeps me back. Because it's a sense of empowerment, and making a difference. I started here as a secretary, part time, and I have moved up to senior management. So you have opportunities to grow, develop, and change people's live. It gives you a sense of purpose. I've been working here at Touchette now for 18 years, and I think the event that inspired me the most working at Touchette was the opportunity that was given. We have a Christmas program where we care for families in the community. And one of our outings, I was allowed to go and actually meet the family and give the Christmas gifts sponsored by the hospital. How their family was impacted by what a hospital did for their family. In their gratefulness. It was inspiring to me. I am Carolyn Riddle. I am a senior manager of materials management, and I choose to work for Touchette Regional Hospital.

Transcript
The best part about working for Touchette is really the sense of family we have here. We're a stronger community because of it. And we can provide a more personalized care to the patients and the community we serve. What keeps me coming to work each day is helping other people, you get a lot of enjoyment and a lot of fulfillment out of helping people, making them feel better people come in here, you know, in pain, a lot of times life threatening events going on, and getting to help them through those troubles is really rewarding. Since we're, you know, so close to St. Louis, you have the opportunity to see a wide variety of patients from all walks of life. So what's really great about Touchette is the the people you work with, we have a very, you know, team oriented approach in the emergency room, we all help each other out. So to work for this organization - Five words would be sense a community sense a family we definitely have our exciting times would be one of them. It's a great learning opportunity. And it's a very caring community. I've been working for Touchette, for the last 10 years, I started out you know, as a file clerk actually working in the warehouse and then moved up to working in bed surge. And then I worked in ICU and then I came down to the emergency room about five years ago and I've been there since that time. Generally what inspires me you have the patient that came in in really bad shape, didn't you do whatever you can do to help them and then they come back in a couple months later or a couple of days later, whatever it is, and they're, they're okay, and they're very thankful. And that's really rewarding and makes you feel good about what you do. My name is George Cepicky. I'm a nurse in the emergency department at Touchette Regional Hospital and I choose to work here


Transcript
For me, the best part of working for Touchette Regional Hospital is the family environment. Now everybody know everybody, I'm not just a number. What keeps me coming here is the, you know, our, our mission. I like working here because we care for the community. And we're here to serve the community. I started as an x ray tech. From there, I became a CT Tech, I also had the opportunity to learn MRI. And I think it's a lot of opportunity here, you know, even though we're a smaller type of environment, but you know, you get the attention, you know, you you're able to talk to your managers, you're even people in the upper management, and you know, they listen to you, when I think of Touchette these five word comes to mind - family, community, caring, opportunity, and fun. I've been here now, almost 14 years, and what inspires me, it's, it's the patients, and all the employees, you know, that staff, because everybody comes, comes to work, and you know, everybody's always helpful. I remember I had this one patient, and she gave me a card during the holidays, and she said, you know, she just said thank you for you know, for your work, and that really inspires me. And just a little bit after that she, you know, she passed away, and I still get the card and that inspires me to keep coming back. I'm Matthew Quan. I'm a CT tech, and I choose to work for Touchette.


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