Work

THE SEATTLE FOUNDATION CEO UNVEILING EVENT
We worked with Pyramid to identify viable, engaging approaches to presenting live video at the event, eventually producing a video piece with “blank spots” that were filled-in live: attendees were asked “what is powerful and rewarding philanthropy;” their responses were then brought into an on-site render station and turned into motion graphic pieces, which were then composited into the final piece live.

The Details

About

When The Seattle Foundation brought on new president and CEO Tony Mestres, they wanted a unique announcement event that would capture ideas around powerful and rewarding philanthropy, and involve the audience in what would normally be a pre-produced presentation.

Strategic communication and public affairs firm Pyramid Communications brought Punch Drunk on board to help sculpt and execute this vision.

We worked with Pyramid to identify viable, engaging approaches to presenting live video at the event, eventually producing a video piece with “blank spots” that were filled-in live: attendees were asked “what is powerful and rewarding philanthropy;” their responses were then brought into an on-site render station and turned into motion graphic pieces, which were then composited into the final piece live.

Scope

Video production, voice over, animation, motion graphics, brand concepts, post-production, projection, live video, live on-site video editing and rendering

Crew

Peter Rand, Jacob Stone, Brian Koepke, Jerry Dahlberg, Jeremy Jones

WHAT IS POWERFUL + REWARDING PHILANTHROPY?

This is a rendering of the final composite of pre-created animation and built-on-site motion graphic elements of the attendees’ responses.

Testimonial

Thanks again for taking on this tricky project. You and your team handled it all with grace and delivered a great product that made our client happy. We really appreciate the work!

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