Professionally produced video content is one of the best things you can invest in for your company. When it comes to engaging with your customers, using sight, sound, and motion will be your most captivating and effective way of getting a message across. See some examples below of how others have had success using this tool.

The Langham, Boston

Chef Stephen returns to his hometown to join the recently renovated and revamped Langham, Boston.

This video set for The Langham will be used to promote the opening of the grand opening of their new Food & Beverage outlets at the hotel.

Warning: these may make you hungry!

Corned Beef Sandwich

 Lobster Linguine

Tomahawk Steak



St. John's School

Attleboro, Ma


In the first video done for Blackstone Labs, Laura and I take you through a sick shoulder workout!


If you love an intense leg day, this video will definitely get you motivated to crush your workout! Trust me, it's intense. Buckle up!


Honestly, does anything feel better than an arm pump? Laura crushed this workout and I couldn't be happier with how the video turned out.

The USA500

Interview and b-roll footage, edited together in a simple yet effective piece not only to be informative, but to spark excitement and curiosity in the viewer.

The view

Show off your space to the world with short Social Media edits. Here's a video for The View at Pepperrell Cove- a newly renovated venue in Maine!

The Running Mates

The Running Mates needed a "playlist" style video, showcasing their favorites wedding songs to show off to engaged couples! Imagine having these two playing in the background at your wedding cocktail hour... Perfection!

The Shade - Movie Premiere

Red King Cinema presents - The Shade!

Fitness Videos

Whether you're a personal trainer, model, or competitive bodybuilder, videography is a tool that will take your content to the next level.

This video for Craig was filmed at The Top Strength Project and only took about 45 minutes of shooting with minimal equipment.

a Military Press

A personal project for Social Media

"Q: How many ways can you light a Military Press?

A: How many sets are we doing?"