Days morph into weeks, weeks into months, and soon we’re looking at 2019 in the rearview mirror. Before we slip through January 2020, let’s take a moment to review and appreciate the opportunities, growth, and client/friendships of last year.
Fruit from the Quiet Time
With the move to Florida in 2018, VLP had the opportunity to have quieter seasons in 2019. We were able to spend a good amount of time on projects that had great purpose, but were typically pushed to the back burner because paying clients get first priority. Foremost of projects in this category was the documentary about Carl Lutz, a Swiss diplomat who saved tens of thousands of lives during the Holocaust. After nearly two decades since the dream began of telling this story, it is done! We’ll share more information once it is available on the marketplace and able to be viewed by the public.
Stability of Good Connections
Approximately every six weeks Bryan travelled back to Denver for a very busy week filming projects for some of our Colorado-based clients. Getting to work with these long-time connections and great clients was a blessing. Projects included Brand Essence videos and promotional content for small businesses, training material, event videos and featured stories, as well as visual renderings for poetry and vlogs. We love getting to be a part of telling our clients’ unique stories!
Reestablished in Florida
As the Lutz documentary wrapped up, Bryan started networking more with the local business community. A couple projects in the area have included a visual tour for the International Palms Resort in Cocoa Beach and helping film content for the MVP Sportsplex in Orlando. Bryan has also been able to start acquiring beautiful aerials of the Florida coastline with his drone. While we sometimes miss those Colorado sunsets, there’s something magical about views like this for a morning walk!
We’re excited to see what new connections and opportunities will surface in Florida, and yet so grateful that we’re able to continue working with our friends in Colorado. Wrapping up projects always leaves us with a satisfied feeling. The anticipation of new projects, new ideas and challenges, and the stories ahead brings excitement. As 2020 continues, we hope our paths connect with yours and that we’re able to partner with you to better tell your business or personal stories.
If you would like to see video examples or get more info on any of the projects mentioned above, you can check out our website, website tellmystory.us, YouTube, Facebook, or ask us to send you a specific link.