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“I Can’t Dance!” –

Part of Connectivity, a multi-level 40-episode ELT video program produced for Pearson Education for the global English-learning market. The program took a studio-based sitcom approach to teaching English, and this particular episode won a Telly award in the category of “Best Use of Comedy.”

Family Engagement –

A community outreach program produced for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt designed to help orient and educate recent immigrant families to navigate the US public school system. The program was also used internally for both teacher and administration education and professional development. 

Navigate360 –

Presentations produced to help school administrators and faculty learn how to conduct threat assessments on their students, helping them to better assess student mental health and school risk scenarios.

IPH Trailer –

Produced for the Independent Picture House in Charlotte, N.C., to help promote its 2022 Charlotte Film Festival. The trailer was projected in the IPH theaters before screenings, as well as shown in local news markets for promotional purposes.

Vistas –

An 18-chapter introductory Spanish dramatic program produced for Vista Higher Learning. Shot in numerous cities and locations throughout Mexico over the course of 6 weeks, it covers the new friendships and adventures of a U.S. student staying with a Mexican family in Mexico City. Included here is a demo video showing the full range and feel of the program.

Passages –

A multi-level ELT program produced for Cambridge University Press. These clips illustrate one approach to shooting interviews and also ways to use stock footage to create engaging videos.

StepUp –

An animation series and curriculum designed to impart both business and life skills to its global market viewers while also teaching English and entertaining them. Produced for Pearson Education out of the U.K., the international voice over talent we used for the animations was chosen for their peer representation of the program’s diverse target global viewing audience.

Burlington English –

Designed to teach English and Life/Business Skills to adults around the world. Shot in a studio using minimalist sets and props. These clips are designed to show what to do and not do in a job interview.

¡Avancemos! –

A challenging 3-level secondary school Spanish program. All primary footage for this program was shot in 19 different cities in 8 countries over the course of only 6 months. The program consists of dramatic, vocabulary, and cultural segments and won a Telly award. This clip is the Level 3 program opener, which uses a reality show contest concept taking place across Mexico for its dramatic design. It has original music we created especially for the program.

¿Eres tú, Maria? –

This is the program opener from this multi-episode mystery video produced and shot in Madrid, Spain, for the U.S. secondary school Spanish-learning market. It won a Telly award in the Educational video category.