When Airclic launched their line of industry-specific logistics software, they needed a way to quickly introduce prospective clients to the benefits of the platform and the features specifically tailored to their industry.
Lowery Street Media collaborated with Sparcpoint to produce a series of videos for each of their six software packages. Each video introduces key features and benefits of the software in an easy-to-understand format, using an onscreen host, software screen capture, and extensive motion graphics.
Having been chosen to auction Elizabeth Taylor's world-renowned collection of jewelry, clothing, and art, Christie's took the collection on a three month world tour prior to the auction. Starting in Moscow and visiting 7 countries before wrapping up in New York City, the exhibition featured a video of pieces from the collection with archive footage of Elizabeth Taylor's history with the items.
To film this preeminent jewelry collection, Christie's turned to Lowery Street Media. A selection of pieces— including necklaces, bracelets, and the famed 33-carat Krupp Diamond ring— was chosen to represent the immense collection, and Lowery Street Media chose lighting and shot techniques to best highlight each piece. See a selection of these shots in the video at left.
To help launch their new styles of Ultima Organic Protein Hair products, Japanese chemical giant Kaneka needed a series of videos to play at industry trade shows, and to post on their Facebook and YouTube pages.
Lowery Street Media worked with Kaneka to create a video series with R&B singer and Ultima spokeswoman Natasha. The videos feature Natasha in a dozen unique hairstyles across five videos produced in three languages. Using graphics and animation sequences, the videos also introduce the unique benefits of Ultima protein hair to new customers.
Lowery Street Media has collaborated with Sparcpoint on a variety of projects, providing production resources and expertise to execute video projects for their B2B clients. In the video at left, Staples' distribution and logistics technology is highlighted as an example of the efficiency gains possible with new, paperless workflows.
“Lowery Street Media have been the best video production company to work with. Their fantastic technical studio skills are backed by excellent project communication which makes them our first choice for high profile projects with aggressive deadlines. I recommend them 100% on the strength of their technical, creative and project management skills.” Mark Dorosz
President of Sparcpoint
Restaurant chain Just Salad needed to update the content of their in-store digital signage, installed at locations across New York City and Hong Kong, to better showcase a menu that had quickly expanded beyond just salad.
They brought in Lowery Street Media to film their full menu, including salads, wraps, frozen yogurt, and drinks, and to create a promo loop to highlight this wide range of offerings.
Since completing the video, Just Salad has found further use for it as a powerful sales and branding video to show to potential investors and franchisees.
“The video Lowery Street Media produced for Just Salad has been instrumental in helping us showcase our brand to our customers all around the world. The professionalism during the production and post-production periods made the entire process of the video creation very easy. We could not be happier with the final product, and will continue to work with them on future projects.” Matt Silverman
Chief Information Officer at Just Salad
Manhattan Apple Specialist Tekserve has called on Lowery Street Media for a number of video projects, including motion graphics collateral for their in-store digital signage, event coverage of their regular Future of Music events, and videography at their free eWaste Recycling Events. See a clip from one recycling event in the video at left.