We worked with McEvoy Ranch on a mini-documentary that tells the founding story of the ranch, and the process behind their award-winning olive oil. Concept: Our filmmaking team spent 3 days at the ranch, interviewing farming and olive oil production staff, and capturing beautiful images of the ranch. We worked to craft a story that […]
We worked with Visit Fort Bragg to create a series of videos highlighting tourism on the Mendocino Coast. The series has received over 190K online views and is currently being used across social media channels, in pre-roll and broadcast advertising. Concept: In collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce, City of Fort Bragg and Visit Fort […]
In 2016, TrimTab Media took several, major steps toward offsetting our impact and investing in mind-shifting, world-changing projects we believe in. It’s a start, and we won’t stop here.
We worked with SF Bay Joint Venture to produce a video campaign about successful wetlands restoration projects in the San Francisco Bay.
We worked with North Coast Brewing Company to produce 4 mini-documentaries about their founding story, cause beers and sustainability work.
We partnered with Social Media Sisters to produce a scripted intro video to launch EDFC’s Social Impact Investment opportunity in Mendocino County.
We worked with Asian Pacific Fund to produce this story about Heather, a young woman struggled with depression before receiving help from Community Youth Center of San Francsico – one of their grantees.
We worked with San Francisco AIDS Foundation to produce a series of fundraising videos to introduce their clients and highlight the impact of their work in the community. Working with TrimTab Media has allowed us to harness the power of storytelling and demonstrate how our work makes the world a better place. The team is […]
We produced a short documentary for the Seeker Network about Rose Huston, a New England Surfer who shares her philosophy about leading an outdoor life – and how it makes her feel peaceful and alive.
We worked with United Way of the Bay Area to create three mini-documentaries about Bay Area leaders championing anti-poverty work.