Hydrocephalus Association | Vision Research, Awareness Campaigns
We produced the above video for display at the Hydrocephalus Vision Award Dinner and for use in raising public and governmental awareness of Hydrocephalus. Hydrocephalus is a brain development condition that effects roughly 1 in 1,000 newborns; left untreated it often results in death. The Vision Award Dinner is an annual event attended by 500+ medical and research professionals, NIH staff, NGO funding organizations, Hydrocephalus patients and family members. We’ve produced Vision Award videos in 2015, 2016, and 2018 with shoots in St. Louis, San Diego, Minneapolis, Cincinnati, and Boston. For 2018 we’ve partnered even more closely than before, providing the main event video as well as a looping opener and production of the video studded Keynote presentation deck.
Cobrandit researches annual topics and interview subjects, develops a treatment, travels to and shoots in top research facilities around the country, conducts on-camera interviews, and edits the results into short pieces (in the case above introducing HANDS (the Hydrocephalus Association Network for Discovery Science) and highlighting recent research into the treatment of Hydrocephalus).
We also work closely with the Hydrocephalus Ass’n to develop and produce awareness campaigns for social media, primarily facebook. These campaigns utilize a mix of content we’ve gathered on our Vision Dinner shoots as well as raw assets shot by remote teams. We’re currently cutting 20+ pieces to support No More BS (brain surgeries), here’s a sample.