Film is such a powerful medium. It has been ever since Thomas Edison shot the first moving pictures in 1891. Today, it is THE way brands are reaching people. A recent report found that Facebook videos get more reach than any other type of post, more than twice the reach of photos.
It’s no wonder everyone wants video content for their social channels. But it’s rare to see video content done well, even when it’s done by professionals. Why? Because a lot of people think pretty footage is all you need to create an effective video. But the hard part is telling a powerful story. The story is how you reach people. And doing that takes more than pretty pictures.
Our process and experience ensures that we get the story right. We dig into why you want to reach your audience. What business problem are you trying to solve? What tone will your audience respond to? If the video requires interviews, we spend a lot of time drafting questions because we know the questions we ask ask are crucial to getting the story.
Something else that sets us apart is that we come at it from a business problem-solving perspective. When Bryson Moore founded Verge, he brought with him a wealth of experience from working with all kinds of people and organizations, from small businesses to the top executives of Walmart, Pepsi, Chick-fil-A, ServiceMaster, and Procter & Gamble.
Maybe we should just let our clients speak for us:
"I am so pleased with the results of our recent projects. Verge captures Mercy so well and has done a phenomenal job of helping tell our story. I appreciate and respect their work so much."
Martine Downs Pollard
Executive Director Communications
“I love how you all are more than just a bunch of guys with cool video equipment. So far all the videos you have produced for us not only capture the mission and vision, but you find the story and tell it so well!”
Director of Communications
First Baptist Tulsa