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You'll find lots of examples of my video work on the Case Studies page.
But in the meantime, here are a couple of examples of different types of projects I've done. Let's call this, "the showing off page."
I teamed up with Apache Wolf Productions and created this entry for Doritos' annual Super Bowl contest.
The City of Bothell asked me to host a video encouraging their citizens to get involved in the budget process. Potentially a dry topic, but not the way we did it.
I wear many hats. Besides being the guy with Tim Hunter
Creative Services, I'm also the Chief Creative Officer for
Create Impulse, a Bothell-based marketing & advertising company.
Basically, I work with a lot of friends who have smaller companies
and needs with THCS. For the bigger guns, like Jack Carroll's Skagit Hyundai, we need more resources than I have at my immediate disposal, so that we can do things like this:
Sole Perfection Shoes is another Create Impulse client. Here's a video I produced with KOMO Newsradio's Tom Hutyler.
I find that the real person experience style spot is so effective.
Here's one I did for Car Toys that never saw the light of day, but I think it's so fun. And, it features my son, Tyson.
This reminds of a special time at a previous company. I was still a rookie and I found myself working in no time with Randy Johnson. I helped direct him recording radio spots and was able to provide one of the play-by-play voices for this one.
This was a very fun video project for the city of Edmonds. Because they wanted to feature things that happened in the city all year around, we spent a year filming it before actually being able to put it together. Rich Reynolds gets all the editing cred and it was great to work with Rick Steves.
Here's a PSA we produced for the Bleeding Disorder Foundation of Washington. A phenomenal cause with a great bunch of volunteers!
OK and because you made it this far down the page, so here's your reward. It's on the bucket list--I want to create a web series called "Dark Light Bulbs." A just plain silly romp. Scripts are still being worked on, but I do have the opening all ready to go!
And every year, for the fun of it, I produce a National Gullible Day broadcast that I release on April Fool's Day. You can see that collection right here.
All this to say I'd love to do something creative with you.
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