Imageworks shot still photos at eleven Sharp Rees-Stealy locations, then combined all the photos and archival materials into a program celebrating the company’s 75th anniversary. Santee’s Mad Catz recently called on Imageworks to coordinate a Pennsylvania shoot with racing legend Mario Andretti. After completion of a technical training video for Schumacher of Carlsbad, Imageworks documented Art Nicholas’ presentation with a two-camera shoot at the bi-annual company meeting of Nicholas-Applegate. Imageworks also assisted New York’s West Glen Communications with a video news release relating to a controversial episode of “Chicago Hope”. Finally, Imageworks produced two more videoconferences for the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and KPBS: “Firearms and Tactics Update”, which documents a momentous three-day symposium on new developments in law enforcement training, and “Legislative Update 1999,” an overview of last year’s new laws and case decisions.
Imageworks snagged top honors in the Communicator Awards, winning an award of excellence for “By Any Means Necessary”, their eye-popping video-wall program for Mad Catz of Santee; the team at Imageworks also garnered an Aegis Award for Dimension One Spas’ 1998 video brochure.
The team at Imageworks got a crash course in video games while producing a trio of marketing videos for El Cajon-based Mad Catz, maker of state-of-the-art gaming peripherals. Production included coordinating green-screen shoots in New York and Dallas, helming the studio shoot in San Diego, and compositing and editing on the Media100. The eye-catching programs were presented on Mad Catz’ video-wall at the recent industry behemoth Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3); Imageworks also wrapped a group of programs for the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, in association with KPBS Television. The video series will serve as a training tool for standardizing scenario tests in police academies throughout the state; Power Circuits of Santa Ana called on Imageworks to produce a video tour of their state-of-the-art circuit board manufacturing facility. Imageworks shot on location at Lindbergh Field for Atlanta-based Delta Airlines, and compiled a Columbus Day highlight reel for the United Italian American Association. Imageworks also updated “The Hi-Tech Hold-Up”, a program on credit card fraud they previously produced for Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.