Promote Yourself & Inspire Your Audience
If you put your heart and soul into your work but no one realizes they need what you are offering, will you have made a difference? Today’s audiences expect and appreciate video. A good video lets you communicate on a personal level not possible with any other medium.
But … a good video is a lot of work and can be expensive. What if you don’t have any good ideas for what to do? What if you aren’t good in front of a camera? What if you don’t know what kind of video will work best? What if you make it and no one watches?
Tonal Vision’s professionals will work with you to ensure these problems are not show-stoppers.
- During our free initial consultation, we’ll help you define the best approach, ways to address with obstacles, and how to minimize cost.
- Next, we’ll provide you with a detailed estimate, including different options if appropriate, so you can ask questions, understand the costs, and decide whether and when to go ahead with your project.<,li>
- Tonal Vision has done a lot of promotional videos for many satisfied, long-term clients. Our services include features to help make your video more usable and successful.
This video highlights our new, slow-motion camera, the Sony NEX-FS700.
It was shot on location with the voice-over recorded in our studio.
Client: Shapiro Negotiations Institute
Producer: Jacquie Greff • Camera & editing: Frank Tybush
Music & sound design: Kraig Greff
This video uses a variety of cameras, angles and techniques
to highlight the creativity of a new gospel rap artist.
It won two bronze DC Peer Awards in the categories of
Music Video and Editing - Fiction, Short
Client: C. NaTasha Richburg, Jeremiah's Kall • Frank Tybush, Director
ULI Baltimore’s District Council began their WaveMaker Awards in 2009
to recognize real estate development projects that are truly unique, innovative, and visionary. Silo Point is one of the projects recognized at this annual event.
This series of videos won a DC Peer Award, Bronze
for Internal Communications (under $25K)
Client: Urban Land Institute • Producer/Videographer: Jacquie Greff
Editor: Bonnie Kasperek • Motion graphics:Blake Rolen
Logo Music: Kraig Greff
This orientation video is designed to make new pro bono attorneys
aware of the obstacles facing low-income clients.
It won a Gold DC Peer Award for Education/Training under $25K.
Client: Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland
Producer/Videographer: Jacquie Greff
See end credits for a complete list of acting and support credits
This is a simple, inexpensive video created from photos, stock footage and narration to promote a local hotel's Godiva Getaway promotion. It won a Bronze DC Peer Award in the category "Internet Only: Commercial/PSA"
Client: Meyer Jabara Hotels
Producer/Videographer: Jacquie Greff • Editor: Michael Pinkin
This music video won three Bronze DC Peer Awards
in the categories of Music Video, Student Production: Dramatic
and Motion Graphics - 2D/3D Animation (under $10K)
Client: The Crawdaddies • Animation/Design: Blake Rolen
Composer: Chris Huntington • Crawdaddy mascot by Craig HerronSound track edited & mastered by Kraig Greff