Clients, friends, guy who stumbled upon this in his Twitter feed: may I proudly announce the installation of Greg Stroube’s new photography series, “Bathroom Art.”
Brandon Voges and crew had the awesome opportunity to meet with U.S. Paralympic athlete Brad Snyder to feature him in a shoot for The Hartford, thanks to our friends at Rodgers Townsend. read more » »
Whether you’re at a restaurant, bar, diner, or your mom’s house, great food lends itself to casual conversation and good times. Greg Stroube has been cooking up some of his favorites in a new series that celebrate the casual dining experience. read more » »
St. Louis is chock-full of corner donut shops, traveling dough-mobiles, and dough-niche destinations. It’s one of the great things about our food scene. We wanted to sample the delicacies these donut stops have to offer, so we set off in pursuit of the Best Donut in St. Louis.
It’s April, it’s Spring, and it’s reel time, folks. We are proud to share at-large our 2016 reel. It has everything: jumping juice, Kan Jam, beetles, steak sauce… Let me start over. It has beer, baseball, burgers, and a bunch more. So kick back and enjoy our Motion Production and Post Reel.
Our brackets were busted. But you know what, we supported the Final Four in our own way. We worked with the folks at VML to generate some Madness for their clients at Gatorade. The idea was to mimic the excitement of rabid basketball fans, with all the pulsing, building energy of a slam dunk.
Just south of the Canadian border sits a small town called Warroad, Minnesota. Remote as it may be, this town of 1,700 people holds the proudest Hockey legacy in the United States, having produced 5 NHL players and countless hockey stars. What is it about Warroad that makes it so prolific?
Buzzer is now just a furball in the wind, but he may just be the original Grumpy Cat.
The Bruton Stroube motion crew is a bunch of movie junkies. So with the Oscars right around the corner, we set out to make a Master Motion Movie List for 2015.
There’s a new Thickburger in town, and our friends at 72andSunny came to us with an awesome idea to make this sky-high stack shine in the new commercial for Carl’s Jr./ Hardees. From fine dining to far-flung, the spot for the Steakhouse Thickburger takes a few delicious turns. Grab a drool bib and dig in.