Juhanna Rogers came to us wanting to create some content that represented her and her brand.
Black Girls Don’t Get Love approached us to help develop a video that would tell the story of their campaign to produce a movie.
We wanted to build a trusted brand that would resonate with a mixture of cultures, ethnicities, socioeconomic statuses, and ages.
We edited this branded series to showcase what KIA invests in and the community work they value.
Kayla Skipper, Director and Writer of Inez wanted to commemorate her grandmother by using her skills as a writer. She created the story and wanted to find help in getting it developed into a short film.
Say Yes was looking for a team to explain the process and procedures for parents and students to utilize the resources they have to offer.
Velidoxi approached us to help develop a series that would highlight the Syracuse community. They wanted a team to help develop the concept, and to capture the show.
OCC tasked BCP with some design and branding work centered around their new “We’ve Got You” tagline.
To create a “Welcome Back” COVID campaign video for Syracuse, NY. This campaign will spark excitement to our community members to startcoming back to downtown, area towns, shops, businesses, and manymore.
Cayuga Drug & Alcohol Testing was a new business looking to break into the market by being the drug testing facility that provided convenient hours and mobile testing.
Blue Chalk was looking for a team to travel to West Point, NY to film Andrea Peters for a project for PBS.
To create a recognizable brand that would be able to give progressive companies a “stamp” of approval.
The National Gallery of ART needed a production team to capture Carrie Mae Weems to fit into a video series.
BCP collaborated with Centerstate CEO to develop the Racial Equity and Social Impact (RESI) brand.
BCP was tasked with developing a brand and content that would attract new users and retain current members.
BCP was asked to come to Vermont to celebrate and capture the celebration.