We were psyched to get the call from The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to once again produce a promo spot for their annual conference. For 2014, we played on time-travelling scientist character named Murray Dunlap.
Mondo created the BookSmart campaign for New England Inns and Resorts to educate the traveling consumer on the advantages of booking directly with inns and resorts rather than through big Online Travel Agencies. This video served as a centerpiece of the campaign.
The New England Inns and Resorts Association represents over 250 properties throughout the region. As part of Mondo's broader campaign to attract romantic travelers to member inns and resorts, the "Teddy" video served as a video marketing tool.
Landmark College needed a well-paced video to anchor their homepage at landmark.edu. The challenge? Introduce the potential student to the Landmark College campus in 2 minutes.
Mondo worked with a team of fun and creative professionals -- including musicians, choreographers and dancers -- to produce a fun video for Brattleboro Memorial Hospital to help it raise funds for a new emergency department. The video was spread around on social media quickly.
We produced this video for Forty Putney Road bed and breakfast in Brattleboro, Vermont. The owners wanted to showcase their personalities and unique property, and to make a short, entertaining video that defied the soft-music-and-slideshow visuals that saturate the bed and breakfast market. Enjoy.
When the Professional Association of Innkeepers asked us to produce a "shareable" video for the Better Way to Stay campaign, Mondo jumped at the opportunity to launch a spoof video in coordination with April Fool's Day.
Just as the Vermont motorcyclist's anticipation for the riding season builds during the transition from winter to spring, we structured the video to slowly build and pick up pace.
The challenge was to find a way to get every step of the process into a +/- one-minute video. We decided to follow a mug as it went from powdered clay straight through to the breakfast table.
ARA Force Protection hired Mondo to produce a product video for its brand new "RAPID" mobile monitoring system.
To promote registration for its 137th annual meeting, the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities tapped Mondo to produce a fresh and entertaining video that interacted with social media.
To provide a student-driven, authentic voice to a 3-minute promotional video, Mondo let two Landmark students loose with video cameras, asking them to film whatever they liked. The resulting footage was pure gold.
Mondo Mediaworks was hired to tell the story of a young couple from Brooklyn who chose to give birth to their first child at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.
The challenge: help potential students and their parents "get" The Putney School in a single, short video.
The Professional Association of Innkeepers Int'l needed a way to shake up the persistent image of B&Bs as stodgy and last-generation. Mondo was happy to oblige.
The Mondo team was allowed some creative freedom (maybe a little too much freedom) to conceptualize a video that would entertain, as well as inform, Hyde's online audience about their new tool's many uses.
As part of its continuing marketing efforts for Vermont Performance Lab, Mondo documented an artist residency with Brooklyn-based quartet So Percussion while developing their work "Where (we) Live".
Select Registry, an international association of high-end inns and bed and breakfasts, hired Mondo Mediaworks to produce a short, entertaining video to explain the "Select Registry difference."
Mondo produced a series of short, personable videos to introduce the doctors at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital to the public.
When Brattleboro Memorial Hospital needed a video to illustrate its need for a new Emergency Department, they called Mondo Mediaworks to produce a short, informative, visually stimulating piece.
The Putney School is a boarding school in Putney, Vermont that focuses heavily on the arts. Each summer it hosts students from all over the world for an intensive, but fun, summer session.
As part of an international campaign to attract a younger demographic to inns and bed and breakfasts, the Professional Association of Innkeepers hired Mondo Mediaworks to produce a series of videos for the Better Way to Stay campaign.
During the "Shit ____ Say" internet meme sensation of 2011, Mondo produced a Shit Snowboarders Say video for Ride Vermont. The resulting video spread like wildfire throughout the snow sports community.