Temple Heart Center-Zipper

Posted February 18th, 2014 in Green Screen & Effects, Healthcare, Monogram by admin

The reality of the infamous “zipper scar” and the difficult rehabilitation after this type of procedure is dispelled by the robotic surgical solutions offered at Temple Hospital. The idea was to show the concern and graphic nature of the more invasive technique without actually show the “zipper” incision, hence the animated zipper. The animation and shift from mono chrome to color signify getting back to your life sooner.

Director/DP with Shooters, INC.

Bryn Mawr Rehab Emerge

Posted February 17th, 2014 in Healthcare, Monogram, TV Spots by admin

This Aster Gold award winning spot was designed to give the sense of separation from the world because of brain injury and the subsequent reconnection to that world through the therapy provided by the people at Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital. It was very important that the person in the water looked as though she was in a dream-like state, and not drowning, so the casting was very tricky; lots of skills were needed for this one. We found all the right people to make this happen.

Director/DP with Echelon producer Dan Hank, Anthony Lenzo underwater camera, Mangos Advertising

Block Island Express “Work of Art”

Posted February 14th, 2014 in Lifestyle, Monogram, Travel & Leisure, TV Spots by admin

Director/DP for Content and Caspari McCormack

Block Island Express “Fast and Slow”

Posted February 13th, 2014 in Lifestyle, Monogram, Travel & Leisure, TV Spots by admin

Director/DP for Content and Caspari McCormick

Christiana Care Health System

Posted February 4th, 2014 in Healthcare, Monogram, Real People by admin

The challenge was to capture almost all the imagery with variations in a very short period of time because we were working with a combination of two actors and real doctors from the hospital who were actually working that day. We accomplished this with very smart planning and great team work from our crew. The first hour was like the “2 minute drill” in football only it was at the beginning of the half and not at the end.

Director/DP for Content and Caspari McCormick