Below are examples of recent productions, including documentaries, promotional pieces and news stories.
"No Laughing Matter!"
A short "gala video" made to introduce an evening of comedy held at the legenday Carolines Comedy Club in support of the Childrens Brain Tumor Project. It features another terrific score by Michael Gordon Shapiro, and a group of volunteer kids acting as stand up comedians.
In show business they say you should "never work with kids or animals" - but why should we listen to them?
New York Hall of Science
A short documentry style report on an innovative educational project. The New York Hall of Science asked TRIPCo to shoot research documentation of a week-long summer workshop. NYSCI was developing methods to use their award-winning "Noticing Toolstm " iPad apps to teach English language to middle school students who are recent immigrants.
The shoot had to serve a dual purpose; provide behavorial data for analsys, and also produce a number of short video segments for promotion, fundraising and teacher training.
National Fish And Wildlife Foundation
This short film served as the "opening fanfare" to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's annual Gala "Celebrating the Great Outdoors" held in Greenwich Conneticut. It features on-screen appearences by Board Chariman John Faraci, jr. and board member Eaddo Kiernan.
Children's Brain Tumor Project
This inspiring organization is raising funds for research into new treatments for rare brain tumors in children. Since "rare conditions" can't always draw the attention of major funding agencies, this effort must be "Powered By Families" Bonded together by their loss, these families took it upon themselves to fund the search for a cure. Click here for more info.
Answer The Muse
A unique combination of Indie Rock and Kundalinni Yogo, this Ithaca, NY based band is looking to create a national presence for their healthful, joyus sound.
When native cultures in the "sagebrush west" do their "chicken dance", they are honoring the Sage Grouse and the gentle, respectful way it treads upon the Earth.
This clip is an excerpt from an advocacy film produced for the National Audubon Society. A work in progress excerpt was shown at the TedX Jackson Hole event held in conjunction with the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. (click here to see the complete talk)