You’ve got a story to tell – about your company, your people, your products, your services. You tell your prospects and customers these stories every day – face-to-face, word-of-mouth, brochures, websites, and maybe social media. But do you tell these stories with just words and pictures? Or do you use sight and sound to make your stories truly compelling? In other words, do you tell your stories with compelling video?

Successful companies know that that if a picture can say a thousand words, video can say it better. That’s why you’ll find today’s corporate websites, social media, and presentations loaded with identity pieces, product demonstrations, executive messages, and customer testimonials, all told with engaging video.

Still, many small and medium-size companies consider video storytelling the realm of the resource-rich big organization. Not true.

Crimson Rook takes the mystery and big-budget expense out of business video production. Its video professionals speak the language of business. They understand what attracts and keeps customers. They dig deep to understand a client’s strategy and culture before turning the cameras on. From idea to final product, they manage projects that are on-target, on-time, and on-budget.

Below are a list of Connecticut clients and examples of our work. Contact Crimson Rook to discuss how we can help you tell your story.

Clients:
  • Plas-Pak Industries, Inc.
  • Precision Combustion, Inc.
  • KTI, Inc.
  • Innovation through Partnerships
  • Connecticut Innovations
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As producer and head storyteller of Crimson Rook Productions, Tom Bienemann knows how to help clients shape and deliver their messages. His broadcast journalism career included assignments in Hartford, Minneapolis, and Spokane. While running his own video production company in San Jose, CA., he worked on productions for corporations like Hewlett Packard and Sun Microsystems. He’s served as spokesperson for the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC. Tom also teaches media communinications at Putnam Vocational Technical Academy in Springfield, MA.