An Epigram client needed many sections of New Orleans and the surrounding areas captured for their unique texture and feel in a series of real estate videos. This is Uptown.
Tulane University wanted a comprehensive video that gave future attendees a summary of the importance of their involvement in the school’s reunion activities. Epigram Media had fun crashing parties and seeing people reunite after sometimes 50 years of not having seen one another. Our job was to capture that magic and the feelings of those touched by the occasion.
Epigram Media took an epic trip into the foothills of the Smoky Mountains to tell the story of the knife for our client, Knife Depot.
We worked with the National Down Syndrome Society and the Imagination Movers to create awareness for the 2013 Buddy Walk event with commercial and radio spots.
Apex Creative had a fantastical idea to promote their unique brand of marketing and Epigram was in-step all the way.
We spent a great day shooting a political spot for Mrs. Ricki Garrett running for mayor of Clinton, MS.
KnifeDepot.com needed product videos with a twist. We worked closely with Apex Creative in bringing their vision to the screen. Needless to say, the new videos outperformed what they had previously on their site. Kudos to Apex. We look forward to more fun videos like these.
Jewelmasters of Hattiesburg, MS sought out Epigram because of the quality they had seen in our other retail spots. One full day shoot later we had plenty of great looking footage to put this bridal concept together for them.
To support Movember, Epigram shot a quick spot to garner participation at a local event in New Orleans.
Rouler is a local bike company in New Orleans. They needed to express their passion for bicycles and the service they provide through a web video. We worked closely with Rouler to bring this concept to the screen and offered them something cinematic and unique.
Randy Price and Co is a high-end clothing store located in Hattiesburg, MS. They didn’t want the standard television spot to represent them in the region, so we were hired to shoot a commercial that looked more like a magazine layout.