St Louis Video Production
Video Production Concepts
It begins with listening. We want to understand the essence of your organization and your vision. Then we offer solutions tailored to your unique message and audience. We help develop concepts, ideas, and even help write the scripts.
Whatever your video may need, we can handle. From actor auditions presented online, location scouting, props & wardrobe, to schedules and shot lists, everything is well prepared to ensure the shoot goes smoothly.
Whether you need a small camera crew to capture your event or a full-blown production with a lighting truck, stylist, make-up artist, DP and director, we have you covered. We’ve shot a thousand programs big and small.
All effective programs have beautiful design. Form follows function; your culture, your goals and your audience will inform the choices of layout, fonts, colors, look and feel. Everything works to communicate your style and your message.
Hours of footage become a short, sweet, powerful program. Whether you have a tight script with shot by shot direction or hours of interview footage that needs to be condensed to a concise, convincing message, our experienced, professional editors are ready to make the most of your footage.
Video Motion Graphics
Once the overall look and style has been designed and your primary shots have been selected, it’s time to add the polish. Using advanced Motion Graphics software and techniques, your video comes alive. Amid the beauty, your message shines through. Your audience is inspired.
A well crafted video pays for itself many times over when used to promote a business or sell a product.
We create video spokespersons live on your website! By running video clips of actors, spokespeople, or company representatives you can create a visual connection to anyone visiting your site. Our online streaming videos create a compelling delivery environment where conversions are important.
Abolition News Slave Girl St. Louis Video
We are very happy with the reception of our new production “On the road to slavery” by the fictional Abolition News Network. This is a new approach, never attempted before, of a comprehensive teaching and study of the history of slavery in the United States in the 18th and 19th century by allowing students to hear the actual words and thoughts spoken by most all personalities involved that contributed to this subject, both for and against from 1776 until after the Civil War. This particular clip is quite moving and is a true story about a slave girl witnessed in 1838 on the Steamer “Uncle Sam.” We actually hear about the horror and cruelty in her own viewpoint of what it was like to be a young slave girl bought in the United States before the Civil War. This clip is from Disc four of a seven Disc production. Senior Producer, Steve Edison. For information and educational discounts, please contact Rob Haller, firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Louis Video and Photography for Frontenac Surgical Center.
Photographic Images from this shoot were utilized for marketing and publicity. Video footage was edited to create a marketing video and a patient waiting room video. Mike Haller, Director and Rob Haller, Producer.
St. Louis Green Screen – Video for the web
Full Cyc wall or portable green screen
This is the set for the Uncle Tom’s Cabin studio taping. The set was built specifically for the production but the observant viewer can see the underlayment green screen background on the floor.
St Louis Video Production and Editing – Working Women’s Survival Show – StL Web Video. We have been very fortunate to be a woman owned business and have been loyally supported by other woman owned businesses and organizations. The Working Women’s Survival Show has been a loyal customer and we are proud to help them in their web marketing and advertising video productions. The St Louis Video Crew included: Dave Topping, St Louis Video Editor; Mike Haller, St. Louis Videographer; Shari Haller, St. Louis Video Producer, 314-892-1233.
4501 Mattis Road St. Louis Missouri 63128