Visual Contact produced this fundraising video for the University of Washington’s Experimental Education Unit, a program that educates special needs children alongside their typically developing peers.
Visual Contact worked with Seattle startup IndieFlix to produce this 30-second spot that encourages film-lovers to keep their Netflix – and add IndieFlix. The company’s CEO, Scilla Andreen, allowed us to turn her living room into a production studio for a thrilling day of shooting. The talent is a mix of professional actors and non-actors [...]
Our latest project is a web promo for Seattle startup IndieFlix. Using footage from a few of the thousands of films in their library, we cut together this teaser aimed at helping IndieFlix do for independent cinema what NetFlix has done for mainstream movies.
This deceptively simple video took 7 days of production, 4 cameras and half a terabyte of footage to produce this one-minute piece that brings to life the opening of Nordstrom’s first pop-in store.
Seattle’s Bullitt Center is the greenest commercial office building in the world. But is it the future of architecture, or an expensive monument to sustainability?
Visual Contact produced this short video for Fast Company Magazine, which gives viewers an inside-look at the inner workings of a building that founders hope will establish a new standard in green building.
Every year, Americans bury enough metal in the ground to rebuild the Golden Gate Bridge, says Vashon Island coffin maker Marcus Daly. His simple, handcrafted wooden coffins are an economical and environmentally friendly burial alternative.
Facing blindness, metalsmith Andy Cooperman renews his commitment to making things worth seeing.
Project V Distillery began speakeasy style with a small still in Mo Heck’s garage. The code name for the project was “Project V”— for vodka. “It kinda got outta hand,” says Mo. “We would show up at parties and our booze would get there before us.” Two years ago they went legit and are now making some of the finest handcrafted vodka in the Seattle region.
iPhone app developer Peak Systems needed a story to help drive their effort to reignite sales of their popular Diptic photo app. Here’s the result of our collaboration.
Jason Silva—whom The Atlantic called “a Timothy Leary of the viral video age”—was so impressed by the sound design of a promo we created for Seattle Interactive Conference this fall, that he invited Visual Contact’s Dan McComb to edit his latest film about technological transcendence. Fasten your seat belt for this one…
Visual Contact is a documentary-driven video production company based in Seattle. We tell visual stories for Fast Company, cover the cutting edge of science for Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center, and make web videos for Nordstrom, Filter, Decide.com, Peak Systems, and many others.
In our spare time, we make movies. This spring we won Best Documentary Feature for Beyond Naked, a 92-minute look at one of Seattle's most extreme forms of creativity.
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