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Archive: Inspiration

How Long Should My Video Really Be?

So, are we all just goldfish now? Sorta! Our attention spans for screens in particular have grown shorter over the years – in 2004 we could focus on a screen for 2.5 minutes, and as of 2023 it’s about 47 seconds.1 What does this mean for video length? Here are some general rules of thumb […]

Team Interview | Ed Sullivan Series

As a studio full of creatives of every distinction, each team member contributes their unique perspective and experience to shape the look and feel of a video. We recently worked with Universal Music Group to complete a four-video series about Ed Sullivan, the prolific television host, who showcased some of the world’s greatest talent throughout […]

Creative Journaling + Shadow Work for Beginners

I returned to journaling after many years of inconsistency. Partially, because I got locked out of my “Girl Tech” password journal in the early 2000’s. Later, in my teen years, journaling left me cringing at my own emotions to the point of giving up. I could never stick with it very long before I was […]

4 Tips for Avoiding Creative Fatigue

My first drought of creative flow was right after I received my BFA. I spent four years churning out piece after piece, striving to put out work on social media to impress employers, my peers, my professors, and outwardly, to sustain an image. I always felt pressured, even growing up, to put on a face […]

The Art of Movement : Dylan Menges

The Art of Movement series explores the concept of movement from every which way, dissecting the topic with folks from all walks of life. In this interview we chat with designer, muralist, attracter of lightning, Dylan Menges. Tell us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Born to make, lean into […]