VIRTUAL EVENT PRODUCTION

Right now, there’s a huge opportunity for meeting and event planners to engage audiences more than they ever have before with virtual and hybrid events. And to do that well, they need a strategic partner with a history of live events and the ability to deliver big results, producing all of the assests in-house including virtual set design, multiple camera shots, motion graphics, titles and lower thirds then targeting a wide variety of online end points.

The feeling that comes from being face-to-face with a live audience is truly something special, those experiences drives our team to constantly raise the bar for creativity, engagement and connection in the virtual and hybrid events we produce.

Virtual Event Demo Clip - 25 Secs

Virtual Set, Multi Camera, Virtual Monitor and Lower Third

VIRTUAL SET DESIGN

We offer a growing collection of premium production ready virtual sets that are broadcast quality, incredibly versatile, and beautiful to look at. Amazing quality and contemporary virtual set designs are created by our in-house 3D artists to meet each project goal.

CUSTOMIZABLE

Every virtual studio set is designed with separate objects, so it’s easy to add your own skylines, put your own content into screens, add your brand colors and logo. Transparencies are carefully built in, so everything (including your own assets) always look perfectly embedded into the scene.

Broadcast Ready
Multi Camera
Branding
Multi Screen

MOTION GRAPHICS

Motion Graphics have become a powerful tool in advertising your brand and products online. We produce broadcast ready graphics in-house from concept to final renders. Add a motion graphic element to your next virtual event to get your brand noticed by the attendees.

Logo Animation
Intros
Themes
Outros

TITLES

Engage your audience with a professionally designed opening title. Inspire them to learn more with captions or credits.

ANIMATED
BRANDED
KEYNOTE
SPONSORS

LOWER THIRDS

What is a lower third?

A lower third is a combination of text and graphical elements placed in the lower area of the television screen to give the audience more information. It doesn’t necessarily have to occupy the “lower third” of the screen, but that's where it gets it's name.

If the show or virtual event has a certain tone or aesthetic, it’s good to keep the lower third design "on brand."

ANIMATED
BRANDED
TYPOGRAPHY
FLEXIBLE