February 20, 2017

From the video vault

We are proud to do all of our video production, filming and editing in-house and did we mention we have a drone? Check out our latest picks from the video vault.

Rippe Keane Marketing – Video Reel
We had the pleasure of creatively collaborating with our clients on a number of different projects such as campaigns, company culture videos and so much more. Check out some of the highlights from 2016 with this videography reel!

Sauk Prairie Healthcare – Men’s Health Awareness
Every year we honor Men’s Health Awareness Month with Sauk Prairie Healthcare by highlighting the importance of preventive care and staying healthy. The doctors were so willing to act out any direction that was thrown at them and it all came together for a great video!

Group Health Cooperative – 40 Years of Better Together
We wanted to call attention to all the great work Group Health Cooperative did this year through celebrating their 40th anniversary. This video highlights the many GHC Community Champions we recognized throughout the year, the installation of the new history wall in their administration building and the many ways they gave back to the community!

Union Bank & Trust – “Drone Flyover” Rock County Dairy Breakfast at Rebout Family Farms
We were so honored to film the Rock County Dairy Breakfast at Rebout Family Farms! We love this video because it really highlights the enormity of the event and provides a whole new perspective to this amazing farmland.

Oak Bank – “Your Community Bank”
This video was made for Oak Bank to represent their work and love for the community they work within. We originally created this video for April’s Community Banking Month, but we loved it so much, we thought that, with a few minor changes, it would make a perfect short brand story for this bank.

Union Bank & Trust – “Double Down” Account Incentive Campaign Video
We made this video for Union Bank and Trust as a visual and fun part of a New Account Incentive Campaign. We had so much fun working with high schoolers within the Evansville community and used a local park as the backdrop!