The last months of 2015 and first few of 2016 have brought a lot of exciting opportunities for ASL Productions. We have been producing a lot of really unique video content for companies such as American Express, Degree, Lincoln Financial and many more. Each corporate production was unique and presented a different way for ASL to showcase our skills.
For our collaboration with Lincoln Financial, we had multiple shoot days over a few months while delivering all requests in post-production. We created three stylized videos about how a family’s love can be a motivating factor in achieving financial stability. We knew the videos would air in black and white and we lit each scene to enhance shadows and contrast for that look. We also mixed in some stop motion photography with a Canon 1DX that can burst 14 frames per second.
In January, we escaped the cold to Jacksonville, Florida to capture the story of Andrew Piezzo, and how his store used $10,000 from American Express contest winnings to redesign his store. The redesign has allowed Andrew’s “Fresh Start Veggies” to carry more products and enhance their support of local farmers.
Our shoot with Degree was on location at Stony Brook University. We were hired to produce social video content as part of Degree’s NCAA tournament sponsorship. We put together a 15-person crew that worked late into a Sunday night so our content would be ready for Selection Sunday. You can read more about the shoot and post production process here: , href=”https://www.aslproductions.com/post-production-summary-degree-final-four-videos/”>https://www.aslproductions.com/post-production-summary-degree-final-four-videos/
We highlight other corporate video shoots we have been producing from the last few months, as well, including our New York Fashion Week coverage, a shoot with Carmelo Anthony focusing on his charity endeavors, a recent Jambu production where we shot three separate commercials, and our Hand and Stone project starring US Women’s Soccer Olympic Gold Medalist, Carli Lloyd.