"How to Die in Oregon" focuses on a difficult topic, but is a documentary well worth watching. At Visual Aid, we're a little bias as we were co-editors on this project, but Rotten Tomatoes has it ranked at 90 percent and it won the Grand Jury Prize in the US Documentary Competition in 2011. "How to Die in Oregon" currently available via HBO.
This film was shot and directed by Peter Richardson. James Allen at Visual Aid Inc. helped to assemble and edit the film.
Together with Reel Sessions, Visual Aid Inc. produced 16 spots that serve as a centerpiece to the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) “Strong is Beautiful Campaign.” The main video was used in the WTA’s digital press release announcing the campaign and has been reposted on a number of online news networks.
Blue Chalk produced this branded documentary to tell the story of a family living a life of adventure. We helped to bring this project together in post production.
We partnered with Deepsky to help tell the story of Cambia Health and their network of software and services.
Only on MavTV can you find a spot this beautiful headlining for a show that's tough as nails; Titan American Built. It is exciting to see a show about re-shoring and back yard manufacturing, bringing work back to America.
Not a bad first-ever broadcast commercial for Autodesk.
Dortitos Commercial shot and edited at SXSW and aired on IFC. This was one of 26 commercial and web spots produced and aired within 2 weeks of production.
Blue Chalk produced this spot for the Weather Channel, and used Visual Aid to help bring it all together in post production.
Created to attract progressive thinkers, designers, manufacturers and leaders for Autodesk's first I3D summit. This not-to-be-missed innovative experience features the most creative and inspiring visionaries, investors, and media in business today.
Created to coincide with the 2009 Boston Marathon and the release of Nike's newest edition, the Lunarglide.
Beverly Lizader was an usherette in the 1940's at the Hollywood Theatre in Portland, OR. She returns to the historic movie palace with her grandson to revisit her younger days, enjoy a Buster Keaton film with live organ, and witness the inaugural lighting of the new historically inspired marquee.
Produced by Blue Chalk, Visual Aid lent a hand in putting it all together in post.