Director: Cinematographers: Editor: Genre:
Alex Willson|Amanda Clifford & Alex Willson |Ben Joss |Comedy/NPO Promotion
Documentary Films and Branded Video Content
Whenever we go out to shoot a documentary project, still photography is an essential part of how we capture your program and activities. Action portraits of staff, stunning rural family photography, and landscape scenes are the elements that bring your program home to your audience, giving it a fresh face and a tangible feel. Press releases, on location blogs, and immediate updates to your supporters at home not only build trust to potential donors, they show in a very immediate way how you're doing good on the other side of the world, right now! Beautiful photographs from your program site can be used in charity auctions to generate revenue for your cause.
Press Release Design & Social Media Management
Wandering Cameras can not only create your media, but set it up in a socially viable realm to get it the exposure you deserve. Navigating all the tools people use to connect today, including FaceBook, Twitter, YouTube, and Vimeo, we can reach your audience in a number of ways. We specialize in visually engaging online press release media. Need a three page project description with a budget proposal? We can create a visually pleasing and compelling way to appeal to your donors. We go beyond the pie chart to sell your cause to your potential investors. Please see our Press section for examples of our work.
We create personalized documentaries tailored to our clients needs. Our small team delivers high quality product with very little overhead, we operate with mobility in mind and are quick on our feet. These projects can range from short 1 minute promotional reels to give your audience an update on a new project to 5-10 minute in depth pieces that describe exactly how your program helps others, who your team is, and how you plan to expand in the future given the right funding. We conduct interviews with staff, participants, and beneficiaries of your program to provide a complete picture of your operation. Creating relatable characters keeps your audience engaged and puts a face and a history to the people you serve, they're no longer just part of a pie chart.