Imageworks’ latest pro bono project is a video promoting San Diego’s Democracy Dollars campaign. This initiative will help rid our local elections of dark money and return power to the voters. Over 30 of San Diego’s top actors and crew members donated their time for this video because they believe in the cause! This photo shows the company gathering to enter the County Administration Center to film some candidate forum and swearing in scenes.
Imageworks helped Crosskeys Media film a customer video at the Sanford Burnham Prebys Institute for client Seer Technology. Seer is a pioneer in the field of Proteomics, where one of the goals is more effective treatment for various cancers.
We’ve been shooting time-lapse footage of cryptobiotic soils in the Del Mar Mesa Reserve for The Chaparral Lands Conservancy to make the case for preservation and restoration.
We’re proud to have produced a new video helping the Sierra Club and other groups stop a dangerous suburban sprawl project. Part of the video involved coordinating 20 Zoom participants speaking in unison! (Individual audio tracks were recorded for better syncing afterward.)
We just found out the video we wrote and co-produced about HIV research for UCSD Visual Media Group will be premiering at a national symposium next week where Dr. Fauci is presenting and is expected to watch the video!
We just finished a new video for Gordon Training International – not only one of our longest-term clients, but one of the nicest as well!
Shooting the next campaign video for Whitburn For Ctiy Council. This spot features environmental issues – a subject near and dear to our hearts at Imageworks!
City council candidate Stephen Whitburn wanted a Covid-19 campaign message asap. Imageworks shot the spot with proper social distancing, and delivered the finished product within 48 hours.
Imageworks recently provided teleprompting services for a Siegel Speakers shoot at The Film Hub.
Imageworks just completed filming Leader Effectiveness Training vignettes for Gordon Training International. 21 setups with 15 actors over two days, thanks to the help of Michael Griffith and Brad Olander and their FS7 cameras. In the setup above, it’s almost hard to see the actors that Craig is directing through all the gear and stands!