30 Years Later, The Adult Variant Series
Storms can be frightening, they come in quietly only to wreak havoc in seconds. Storms are filled with sights, smells and colors unique to their presence. We think these qualities apply in the kitchen, too, and aim to prove it with our latest motion portfolio piece. “Cooking Up A Storm,” is our new culinary short film that was chopped, rinsed, sautéed and plated (not to mention conceived, produced, shot and edited) at our studios in Saint Louis.
It may be the booze talking, but we love booze here at Bruton Stroube. So we were pretty excited at the opportunity to shoot a super premium line of rum from Bacardi.
It’s no secret, we really love what we get to do everyday. We especially love doing this stuff with organizations that help out our community. Such was the case when we worked with Rodgers Townsend to produce a video focused on courage for Great Circle.
We love our interns around here… read more » »
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It’s never a Bruton Stroube Holiday Video/Card without a little behind the scenes tomfoolery. Oh, and if you haven’t watched the full bird yet, head over to www.bssholiday.com.
A famous person who writes words once wrote, “The best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men gang aft agley.” If this were written today, it’d read something like, “Any plan you have will get jacked as soon as you add a box of wine to the mix.”
We wanted to know just how jacked things could get, so we broke out our kitchen set and spent three days doing things to a turkey that would make the most diehard carnivore a vegan. The result is Shift-Faced: A new twist to our traditional holiday video/card. read more » »
Hey, I like cookies and milk just as much as the next guy, but if I had to eat nothing but cookies and milk left by two billion kids in one night I’d probably judo kick Rudolph so hard he’d land in a new holiday.
Earlier this week graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister released this fantastic and slightly NSFW video. It concerns this trend where people call themselves “storytellers” instead of “bankers” or “husky suit salespersons” or whatever it is they do for a living. We laughed, and one of our guys had to change his Twitter handle.
In the case of one of our Producers, Tony Biaggne, the title legitimately fits. read more » »