A Few of Our Favorite Things: 2019 Year in Review
I’m delighted to report that we just survived our busiest year in our 12-year history, with a total of 25 projects (yikes!), including a couple of multi-part series. As we look forward to our much-deserved holiday break, here are some highlights, in order of production date, from our planet’s stunning trip around the solar system.
Thread is weaving a new social fabric by bringing together young people and volunteers to reimagine and reaffirm the notion of family. Learn more at Thread.org.
Our work for Adaptive Biotechnologies explains how the adaptive immune system works, how we can learn from the ways it adapts and responds to foreign invaders, and how Adaptive Biotechnologies can apply that knowledge to the diagnosis and treatment of human disease.
More Adaptive Biotechnologies… In Times Square!
Adaptive asked us to create a Times Square “domination” experience across dozens of panels in New York’s Times Square.
Our friends at KET came to us with the need for a series of arts education-focused shorts. We pitched the idea of an artsy town where everyone is busy expressing themselves. And so the idea of Artsville was born. The episode above, which features a doggie arts show, is the third in the series. See the whole series on PBS Learning Media. We’ll be producing more of these in 2020!
Boston Book Festival
We spun a yarn about why it’s so important to give to a fantastic Boston literary event.
Shriners Hospitals for Children
We worked with the amazing team at Shriners to promote their 2019 Giving Tuesday campaign. Love to the Rescue! Learn more and donate.
Utah Education Network
This year marks our eleventh year of working with Utah Education Network. We created a broadcast holiday spot for them that encourages viewers to press pause and enjoy the season.
None of this work could have been done without the incredible work of our in-house production team, as well as our freelancers. Here are all the people and production houses who helped make our biggest year yet possible:
Jen Sanchez, Mollie Davis, Liz Breen, Kharma Jones, Jody Snider, Sam Berliner, Nati Brondani, Jake Williams, Zara Magumyan, Ethan Barnowsky, Moonwatch Media, Taiko Sound, Amelie Wang, David Oneacre, Louis Wesolowsky, Brien Hopkins, Daniel Lovering, Nick Iannaco, Ana Hill, Brad Schwab, Sonnye Lim, Hannah O’Neal, GoLocalise, and lots of voiceover talents (you know who you are!).
And of course, a huge thanks to our 2019 clients:
- Adaptive Biotechnologies
- Agios Pharmaceuticals
- Alloy Therapeutics
- Bagamor Media/Flagship Pioneering
- Boston Book Festival
- Conservation Law Foundation
- Gentle Giant Moving Company
- George Bard
- Kentucky Educational Television
- Knovva Academy
- Legal Aid of Oklahoma
- Shriners Hospitals for Children
- Small Army/Dassault Systemes
- Small Army/GE
- Small Army/Healthleads
- Utah Education Network
- WGBH Boston