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Client Stories

Our clients have amazing stories. It’s such an honor when they choose us to help them visualize their story through our creative design process. Great narratives often contain elements like vulnerability, passion, heartache, loss, and triumph. Real-life experiences developed through the light of storytelling help your audience connect on a deeper level with your mission or cause.

Please enjoy these stories from some of our clients.

What’s Your Story?

CLIENT STORY: Child and Family Charities – Being the Light

In this video we were asked to produce for the 2022 Be the Light Fundraising breakfast, we followed three success stories. We hear from the Keck family about how they were given support through the foster care division, from Deila Francois about her experience with the Family Growth Center, and finally Aladreana Cheeks, and her time in the Gateway Youth program. Just three out of the many programs Child and Family Charities offers, and three out of the thousands of success stories. For more on Child and Family […]

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CLIENT STORY: Care Free Medical Center – Campaign for Care Free

We were approached by Care Free Medical in the summer of 2021 to help build the story around Care Free as they needed an anchor product to help with their “Campaign for Care Free.” As is mentioned in the video, the pandemic prevented them from holding events which led to a significant impact on revenue over the past two years. However, they had exciting new ways to support the organization and this appeal video helped illustrate that story. For more on Care Free Medical:

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CLIENT STORY: Downtown Lansing Inc. – Faces & Places of Downtown – A Novel Concept

In this second video in our Faces and Places series with Downtown Lansing, Inc. We meet and talk with the duo who created A Novel Concept, an independently owned book store.

They are a graduate of the Middle Village Market program and now have an official storefront. During the development of this video, that storefront wasn’t quite ready.

For more info on A Novel Concept:

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