Onetribe International has been a world leader in body modification jewelry. Scott Williams Media worked with owner and head artisan Jared Karnes over several months to produce a promotional profile connecting Onetribe’s unique vision and talent with potential customers.
Custom graphics, 3D Animation, as well as dynamic tracking were used to help tell the story of Onetribe’s Human Experience.
Scott Williams Media collaborated with Executive Director Ms. Ana King to produce promotional documentary highlighting the mission and productions of the Latin Ballet to attract potential donors. In addition, Scott Williams Media provided event photography, which circulated online, generating social buzz and low-cost, effective publicity for their organization.
Renew Richmond designated Scott Williams Media as their media generalist, fulfilling such needs as event photography and video promotional documentary for upcoming permaculture workshops and gatherings.
Scott Williams Media filmed star lecturers, developed 3d title animation and produced three promotional documentaries to garner web hits and increased foot traffic for next year’s event. $2,500 worth of documentary services was provided, earning Scott Williams Media recognition as a Titanium Sponsor for this year’s National Science and Engineering Festival.
Blaser Tax Consulting needed to revamp their outdated logo. After taking plentiful notes in meetings on their intended goals, mission, and clients served, Scott Williams Media recognized that their financial planning services ripples through all aspects of their clients’ lives and community. Thus, the Blaser Longevity Drop logo was developed for outbound material and collateral, including business card, letterhead and envelope.
Scott Williams Media developed a logo that captured the ground-breaking initiative of Richmond Behavioral Health Authority to teach inner city elementary school lessons in sustenance via an on-site greenhouse.
Scott Williams Media then developed custom documentary for this project that was reviewed in the office of Michelle obama.
Scott Williams Media worked hand in hand with VACLAA Founders Spencer Turner and Eva Rocha to create a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to convert a schoolbus into a mobile gallery.
Over 300 miles were traveled over one month to capture the voices of the Hispanic community that this 501c3 non-profit organization represents. By the end, over $4,000 were pledged in support of this effort.