Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation

Our latest project highlights the incredible work being done by the Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation. They are a non-profit organization committed to helping families as they deal with pediatric health care issues.

We shot the interviews and the b-roll at the Rocky Mountain Children’s Hospital over the course of a day. The interview with the doctor was filmed in a break room which presented a number of issues. The main one being a very loud ice machine that would turn on intermittently.

We were able to complete the video within the tight, two-week deadline mandated by the organization, and they were able to feature the video at their annual Gala.

 

Best Part of the Job

The thing I love the most about video production is the opportunity to meet new people and learn new things on each and every project. Last month, we had the privilege of working on a video for the Global Down Syndrome Foundation. Each year the foundation selects a person with Down Syndrome to represent them at their Be Beautiful, Be Yourself Fashion Show. This year their ambassador was Steven Dulcie.

We flew down to Glen Rose, Texas to meet and spend time with the Dulcie family. We interviewed Steven’s parents Jeff and Deedra, along with his three brothers – David, Matthew and Gray. What a great family!

We also had the opportunity to interview some of the top scientists studying Down Syndrome, and specifically, the link between Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease. It’s inspiring and encouraging to see the work they are putting it in day-by-day to learn more about these conditions.

Watch the video below.