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MOVERS and SHAKERS

Seeking People Who Crush Life

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Our team is tight-knit and nimble, with a collective design background and a remarkable breadth of skills between us. Our portfolio covers video, motion, print, and digital spaces, and we're looking for someone eager to learn on all fronts. Our interns have the opportunity to work on live client, internal, and conceptual work, plus participate in our community projects.

The ideal candidate would feel comfortable taking initiative as well as direction, working as part of a collaborative team, have a strong interest in video (with some experience), and identify with our common creative culture. While each experience is catered to the individual and their goals, all interns can expect exposure to the following opportunities for engagement:

  1. Video Production
  2. Motion Graphics
  3. Print Design
  4. Brand Management
  5. Content Strategy
  6. Copywriting
  7. Pitch Design
  8. Project Management
  9. Creative Concepting
  • Client meetings and location scouting have us in NYC this week, and the 70* weather has us 😍 .
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#productionlife #videoptoduction #locationscouting #brooklyn
  • Coming to a TV screen (and radio, and billboard, and web ad) near you!  We couldn’t be more excited about the launch of the newest campaign we produced for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. After being immersed in this project for over a year, we have emerged with a body of work we are greatly proud of that includes a brand video, series of TV spots, photography, web ads, outdoor ads, campaign microsite, and a whole lot of copywriting. Special shout out to our amazing production crew for working through an emotional experience that documented real patients and families, and their heroic doctors and hospital staff.

Credits: 
Executive Producer: Catherine Mitchell @allchildrens 
Director: Andrew Lee
Writer: @tarasegall 
DP: @javifick 
1st AC: @joshuaweaver 
Photography: @joeyclaystudio 
Gaffer: @lighthallrick 
Grip: @ryan_seybold 
Post: @roundhouse_creative
  • The Kampong Glam neighborhood was visual overload. This first photo is of a super nice dude named Lukman Hakim who runs a handmade Arabic perfume shop. We were welcomed with warm smiles by just about everyone (except the lady in the last pic lol).
  • Wrapped and back from Singapore! Thankful for a great gig and opportunity to experience such a diverse and vibrant culture. Here are some snaps from a day spent roaming around Little India.

Get a move on.