Each of our productions, whether a short film for a museum exhibit, a new product demo for the web, or a long form television documentary-has a specific set of goals, audiences and workflows. Our creative contributions range from concept development and scripting to field production and editing.
Big Data startup Kaggle called on Adventure Pictures to produce a short film on a tight deadline for submission to the World Economic Forum Tech Awards; we shot and edited interviews with the founders and delivered the film in under 2 days. They received the award the next week.
Mobile app developer BlueStacks hired Adventure Pictures to produce a series of twenty short films for their website. Editor Nick Farago turned the project around in record time.
Leading cycling brand Giro wanted to highlight their expertise in creating high performance sports eyewear. Director Richard Neill followed the story, from designing and prototyping at their Santa Cruz studio to manufacturing lenses in the factory of Carl Zeiss Optics in Varese, Italy.
Public Architecture commissioned Adventure Pictures to produce a short film promoting an innovative health care delivery design for underserved communities. Our crews filmed interviews with key stakeholders on location for a film that also serves to highlight the role of public interest design.
Producer Elizabeth Garsonnin worked with Global Women’s Leadership Network to develop a series of original 30 and 60 second spots to support the organization’s fundraising efforts.
Conservation International called on Director of Photography Richard Neill to film key scientist interviews and footage in the Bay Area for it’s first ever Ocean Health Index.
For the National Geographic Society, Richard Neill traveled to research labs and launch pads across the country filming a series of profiles of National Geographic Explorers in Residence to help further the organization’s educational mission.
Avalanche: Surviving Tragedy, a National Geographic Explorer show conceived and filmed by the Adventure Pictures production team, chronicles the intertwined lives of survivors, rescuers, victims, and their families during a deadly avalanche season in the Canadian Rockies.