Big Picture once again sets the stage with stylish live event production. So how do you introduce the world’s leading entrepreneurial talents on the west coast?
You turn to Big Picture. Because you better believe that these regional finals brought us the best of the best, and the awards ceremonies needed to reflect the caliber of talent in the room.
For this year’s gala events, the numbers were BIG. The live event production took on 300 graphic and video elements, 78 finalists interviews, 50 B-Roll shoots, 26 category winners and full stage and set design in 3 locations – Seattle, Los Angeles and San Jose.
We saw finalists from Technology, Sciences, Hospitality, Communications, Media and Entertainment, Goods and Services, and the Health and Financial sectors, just to name a few.
These entrepreneurs push the boundaries in the categories they are in. They are changing the lives of the everyday consumer, often times without us even knowing it. But we want you to know. That is our mission, that is our goal. To tell their story, and recognize the tenacity and character it takes to be them and put their companies on the map. Real people making real changes.
So as we settled into the Editorial process, after getting to know the finalists through interviews and bios, we were gifted the ability to craft stories about the real people behind these successful companies, and we enjoyed every minute of it.
EY (Ernst & Young) is one of the largest professional firms in the world and is one of the “Big Four” accounting firms.
Last Fall EY launched a new advisory service offering that helps companies transition into the digital age by creating inspirational environments and developing procedures to maximize performance of their future workforce. They called it “Future Work Now”. The goal was to produce a video that took viewers through a “day in the life” of an up and coming manager while demonstrating the structural pillars of Future Work Now.
We’re just back from producing GAMA International’s annual Leadership and Management Program at the Gaylord National Harbor in Washington, DC. This is the financial service industry’s premier annual meeting, with more than 3,000 leaders and industry executives representing more than 50 insurance, investment, and financial services companies from around the world.
I went to the ER and the doctor there said I had an A-C joint sprain and had to keep the sling on for a week. The day after this I had to go in to The Big Picture.
There is a lot of snow on Mammoth Mountain at the moment – the signpost that George and Claudia are posing with is normally 19 feet high! The wireless camera antenna is on the roof of the gondola building on the very top of Mammoth Mountain.
This year The Big Picture was proud to participate in Operation Sierra Storm for our 24th year in collaboration with Weidinger Public Relations, who brought us into this program. Weathercasters from all over the country come together at beautiful Lake Tahoe, where they continue their education, and discuss current topics such as climate change and El Nino.
As the holiday season approaches, we look back on another fantastic year at The Big Picture. It can’t be overstated – it truly is our clients and trusted vendors that allow us to be as successful as we have been over the years. Our clients’ willingness to take chances and think outside the box has led to a number of fantastic projects. Our trusted vendors’ expertise and insight has continued to elevate our production standards year over year.
Sony Mobile has rolled out the seriously vivid Xperia M4 Aqua, a new smartphone from the Xperia line that boast 8 cores for optimum multi-tasking.
Perhaps the most invigorating thing in life is doing what you love. Everything else is just filler. So when I was presented the chance to work at an actual working production house, The Big Picture, I leapt at the opportunity.
The Big Picture had the thrilling opportunity to sail on the Bay once again with Silver Seas Yachts. The day consisted of filming the Cruiser Cantius 41 and 48 as they performing figure-eights in front of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz, sped past the beautiful homes lining Sausalito’s Clipper Yacht Harbor and showcased it’s many luxury accessories.