You ought to be in pictures! These days, a comprehensive content marketing strategy must include video. Lights. Camera. Sales!
“Little Girl with Great Big Plans”
Mary is a talented 14-year-old with big dreams of dancing on Broadway someday. “Little Girl with Great Big Plans” is my first attempt at creating a video, and was directly inspired by Hailey Bartholomew and Sue Bryce and their workshop on Creative Live. This project was an exercise in following their recipe (almost to the letter) and learning their techniques. Thank you Sue and Hailey! Model: Mary Markovitz. Music by Mindy Gledhill (Triple Scoop Music, used with permission). Filmed at various locations in Connecticut: East Hampton, Wickham Park, Harkness Park; and New York City. Watch the Video!
Promotional Video for Cyril the Sorcerer
A 3-minute video project for local environmental magician, Cyril the Sorcerer (aka CJ May), featuring two of his most popular environmental magic shows, “Recycling is Magic” and “MAGITRICITY” which entertain children while teaching them about recycling, alternative energy, and sustainability. “Friend” CJ on Facebook. Or visit his website for more info: www.betterworldmagic.com Watch the Video!
Promo Videos for Lifting Up Westchester
Super 9 Studios recently worked with Brian Penry of Penry Creative to produce two videos for Lifting Up Westchester, formerly Grace Church Community Center in White Plains, NY. Grace Church Community Center has been around for over 40 years and in need of a name change for almost as long. It is a major force of social services in Westchester County. In an effort to bring everyone (parishioners, board members, a staff of over 200, donors, community leaders, and clients) on board, the following videos were created.
This is the short, 90-second version created for a TV spot.
Describing all that this multifaceted organization does is a major feat! We were proud to join efforts with Penry Creative and the leaders at Lifting Up Westchester to create the following marketing video. (Thanks to Matt Berky of Massive Productions for his music composition): Here’s an excerpt from an article originally distributed via PRWeb.
Lifting Up Westchester Takes Flight
Grace Church Community Center, the 36 year-old Westchester County social services organization, has announced its re-launch with a new, comprehensive brand identity and tag line: Lifting Up Westchester: Where Hope Takes Flight One Person at a Time. The unveiling of the new brand identity took place at the organizations Oasis of Hope spring gala at Leewood Golf Club in Eastchester on April 17, with more than 200 patrons and supporters in attendance. A community-wide celebration open to the public is slated for late spring. This is a major milestone in our organizations long history, remarked Paul Anderson-Winchell, Lifting Up Westchester’s Executive Director. For 36 years we have been a hidden gem in this county. A more identifiable name is integral to increasing our impact in Westchester. That said, our mission remains intact: to restore hope to our neighbors in need. Chris Schwartz, Director of Development, added Our vision is to continue our legacy of providing people in need with food, shelter and support and lift them to greater self-sufficiency with dignity and respect. Equally important is that we focus on the individual helping one person at a time. For more information, please visit http://www.liftingupwestchester.org or contact Chris Schwartz at chrisschwartz(at)liftingupwestchester(dot)org or (914) 949-3098. For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/04/prweb12665856.htm
Christine Ohlman Rocks the Madison Beach Hotel
It was a PERFECT night for an outdoor show… Christine Ohlman took the stage in her stylin’ beehive and kicked off Labor Day weekend to a mob of loyal followers at the Madison Beach Hotel. Here are a few shots and a video of a song called “A Shot of You” from The Hard Way released in 1995… one of my favorites! Watch the Video!
A Day at the Beach – York Beach, Maine USA
A personal project: While at York Beach in Maine, I was playing around with a fun App called 8mm, an easy-to-use retro video camera for the iPhone. Here’s a quick video I shot with my iPhone 4S and edited in Premiere, using my friend Pete’s music. I did not set out to make a video while on vacation, but realized when I got home, that I had enough footage to put something together. Wish I could go back in time and get a few more shots. Watch the Video!
Behind-the-Scenes Photography by Irene Liebler: A Year of Project 52 – 2013
A behind-the-scenes look at my weekly photography assignments for Project 52/2013… an online workshop lead by Don Giannatti. project52pros.com
“Project 52 PRO edition is something that started as an idea, and has become an amazing place of learning, teaching and sharing. It fills the gap between becoming a photographer and becoming a professional. Ideally you would assist for someone in the field for a few years, but that is not possible for everyone. This is the goal of Project 52 PRO – to teach you about that experience through experience.” ~Don Giannatti MUSIC: “Tripping” by Paul Lisak & After The Ice Album: It Happens All the Time Used with permission through www.jamendo.com Creative Commons License 2013: A Year of Photography by Irene Liebler-Project52 from Irene Liebler on Vimeo. Find me on Flickr too!
“Lieblers in Lieblerland”
Personal Project: A little video taken exclusively with my iPhone 6, from our recent trip to Bavaria/Germany. We traveled from Frankfurt to Marktheidenfeld to Erlenbach, to Nuremberg, to Munich, to the Neuschwanstein Castle, up to Rothenberg, across the Castle Road to Heidelberg, back to Erlenbach, back to Frankfurt.
The song was performed by John Liebler, with backup vocals by Olivia and Jack.