This restaurant review was produced for DinnerWire a website formerly part of the Guest Innovations family of products which has since been absorbed into Rezku.
Located in Sacramento, America's farm-to-fork capital, Ella is owned and operated by Chef Randall Selland and family. It features a beautiful interior, seasonal fare and a relaxed vibe. And it's situated in the perfect location: the heart of downtown, just a short walk from the Capitol, Convention Center and major hotels and theaters. Ella delivers a farm-to-table-inspired menu, a full bar with hand crafted artisanal cocktails and local craft beers, seafood, pastas, salads, steaks, desserts and more. Choose to sit in the gorgeous dining room, or relax on the patio. Ella can also accommodate large groups, and it's the perfect special occasion spot. And Ella also hosts one of the best happy hour deals in town, featuring some of their most popular dishes for just $5 and discounted drinks from 3-6, Monday-Friday.
Barber Films had the opportunity to work with the Nation Tax Limitation Committee to produce this short 30 second political thriller.
Production Notes: Written by @JaggerGrey; Shot, Directed, and Edited by Ben Barber, Starring Matthew Donaldson
This video was produced for Vidgage as a consumer introduction to the product. Vidgage allows users to comment on web content with video responses. The Script was provided by Vidgage, shooting and post was provided by Barber Films.
This animation was made for Vidgage, a new social media platform that allows users to comment with video. This particular animation was geared towards an "Investor" demograph, using verbiage a consumer may not be familiar with.
I didn't write this script, I just animated it, and I'm not going to lie I enjoyed animating this one. I wanted to do a football theme, it was fun building the field and stadium lights. The ironic thing about it is Oakland won that week! Go Raiders!
The Electrolux Spot. Inspired by Ford's marketing campaign at the time, big bold text that matched the voice over. It was fun highlighting just one product rather than a whole bunch.
The Fall Spot, one of the better spots made for Appliance Factory Outlet. Jarret LeMaster, the voice over artist, nailed the read. All the transitions were made in house.