Using a limited color palette, Greg Stroube created 6 new stills for his series of ‘Black, White, and Blue Foods.’ It’s a cool challenge, considering how unusual these colors are in the culinary context.
We recently teamed up with the crew at Checkmark for a fully integrated production resulting in multiple spots and a library of candid editorial stills for Just Right by Purina. The idea behind the campaign was to meet with 3 groups of real customers that use Just Right for their dogs, giving them the chance to share their stories about why they use this personalized food for their pets. Basically: living, breathing (panting) testimonials.
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Enterprise released the debut of its first documentary film, “The Road Through Warroad: Hockeytown USA™,” written and developed by Cannonball, and produced by Bruton Stroube. The film presents a groundbreaking advertising model – a 30-minute broadcast piece that isn’t an infomercial, but rather a brand-funded, agency-created, non-commercial short documentary film worthy of airing on a national sports network.
Here’s the full episode:
Prop Stylist/ Seeker Cathy Rauch has retired after 28 years working here at Bruton Stroube Studios. She’s been an absolute joy to work with day-in, day-out on too many projects to count.
She got her start here on an odd project. I’ll let Tom Stringer, President Emeritus and guy-who-was-there, do the talking. read more » »
Reenacting a love story can be sweet and cheezy and riotously embarrassing, and we have some behind the scenes proof. If you haven’t seen the video/ card, head on over: “A Bruton Stroube Holiday Love Story” read more » »
Two of our producers got married this past weekend – to each other! Sam Iba and Eric Sucher met here and we’ve watched their love story unfold in real time from the beginning. We thought it’d be fun to recapture their holiday-trimmed tale of togetherness in our 2016 holiday video card. read more » »
The cool kids at Paradowski Creative came to us with a great idea for Dyna-Gro. The concept was to highlight the punched-up hustle that goes into a farmer’s day. With both stills and a 60-second spot to shoot, Greg Stroube’s photography team and the motion team rounded out a solid production.
What’s more fun than a Bloody Mary? How about a 17th-century Dutch Bloody Mary? Or a Vermeer-esque Sangria? Maybe a Renaissance Lime Rickey? Greg Stroube’s new series puts classic drinks into a classical setting.
paw at strings.
It’s good to be a kitten.
That’s the gist of “Copy Cats” – a calendar for Tenth Life Cat Rescue created by Mandi Kohlmeier and a team of kitty wannabes.
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We worked with our friends at Catapult to capture lifestyle stills for Absolut Vodka Summer. read more » »