They Might Be Giants – I Left My Body

Music videos are a departure from PWP’s usual repertoire, but this is more proof that you can tell a story in any medium with any subject. What better storytelling fusion than film, music and dance. In a collaboration with Andrea Kramer and Ballet Forte, we produced this piece as a contest entry coordinated by the band. We didn’t win, but we are incredibly proud of the end result.

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University of Pennsylvania – Testimonial

This short testimonial video was produced for University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice’s Doctorate of Social Work program. Utilizing interviews with students and professors this video outlines the school’s innovative approach to pedagogy via web-based platforms.

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Performcare – New Jersey Children’s System of Care

When a child is facing challenges to their functioning and well-being, finding the right services and support can be overwhelming. Performcare asked us to create an animated explainer video to help parents and caregivers navigate their extensive system of care and hopefully make the experience a little less overwhelming.

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Mountain Paradise: The Golden Era of the Delaware Water Gap – Short-form Documentary

The Delaware Water Gap was a major tourist destination in the mid-19th to early 20th century. Using rarely seen photos and images, this brief video brings the era to life.

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MAUSA – Jordan Parisse-Ferrarini

Just one of the 3 videos that were shown at Mount Airy USA’s annual gala to highlight local heroes in the germantown business corridor. In this video we featured Jordan’s Trades For A Difference program which focuses on training young men and women in construction, as well as the construction of the Trades For A Difference learning centre.

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Reserve Officers Association of the United States – 90th Anniversary Gala Video

Upon the occasion of 90 years serving Reservists, PWP produced this gala video piece which debuted in Washington D.C. Filming included actors, period costumes, and swinging a 25 foot crane off the roof of a building across the street from the U.S. Capital.

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Becker 275th Anniversary

Do you know where you come from? Barry Becker knows. He’s been tracing his family ancestry for over 15 years. His research has shown him his ancestor’s 275-year journey through American history. In this story he shares his thoughts and discoveries, and what they mean to him.

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KEEA – Here and Now Brewery

One of seven videos produced in KEEA’s 2017 case studies series. This is the story of a young entrepreneur and her successful adventurous undertaking to build an energy efficient brewery restaurant in her rural hometown.

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KEEA – Benton Foundry

We work with the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance (KEEA) to document and promote businesses using advanced energy efficiency practices and renewable energy sources. In this video we profile Benton Foundry, Inc., a producer of high quality cast iron in upstate Pennsylvania. Benton has adopted a wide variety of sustainable business practices to greatly reduce their operating costs and environmental impact.

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KEEA – ECA

One of seven videos in KEEA’s 2017 case studies. This video in particular focused on the Energy Coordinating Agency’s (ECA) energy fit Philly contest, where block captains could apply to have houses on their block retrofitted with modern energy saving appliances free of charge. We focused on two residents of the block, Priscilla Johnson (block captain) and Wanda Molina.

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KEEA – Four Seasons Produce

One of seven videos produced in KEEA’s 2017 case studies series. We were tasked with highlighting energy upgrades and retrofits that a Four Season’s Produce distribution center had implemented.

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JEVS Human Services – Gala Video

This is one of several videos we’ve produced for JEVS Human Services annual Strictly Business fundraising event over the years. These videos utilized audio interviews with honorees and stylized b-roll to present an engaging portrait of the impact of JEVS Human Services on individuals.

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JEVS Human Services – Kareem’s Story

Kareem was a first-time, non-violent offender who was given a second chance through JEVS Human Services’ “The Choice is Yours” program. With this opportunity, Kareem was able to become the parent, spouse and responsible community member he was capable of becoming. This is his story.

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