This is a short clip part of a an initiative we took to film more. The best way to get better at anything is to practice. Since we're always influenced and inspired by what most might pass of as mundane, we figured we could highlight parts of South Florida's day-to-day in a mini-series we're calling Slow-Mo Sundays.
The nature of our work leaves us with hours and hours of material that never gets to see the light of day. In that same vein, it allows us the pleasure of making the likes of Eckhart Tolle proud and allows us the hyperawareness of living in the moment.
Something incredible seems to be taking over the pliable, yet beautifully stubborn minds of Millennials. It’s as if we all woke up one day and realized we had much more to do than settle into our nine-to-fives and pray that someone will actually want to marry us — eventually.
For the Love is a true example of what happens when you manifest the hell out of your visions and dreams. C&I Studios and ExposedPR came together for a project that encompassed the love they cultivate for their community in a way that allowed everyone interested the ability to participate.
This is a short clip part of a an initiative we took to film more. The best way to get better at anything is to practice, and since we're always influenced and inspired by what most might pass of as mundane, we figured we could highlight parts of South Florida's day-to-day in a mini-series we're calling Slow-Mo Sundays.
Bob Denison of Denison Yacht Sales narrates this episode covering the imprint Hank Aaron left on the face of our history.
For New Year's Eve 2016 we hosted a soiree fit for Jay Gatsby and his cohort. We themed the party after the Roarin' 20s complete with food, cocktails ranging from Old Fashions to Mint Juleps, a live Jazz band, and our Ole Photo Booth to make sure and keep the memories last on film.
We invited our city’s mayor, Jack Seiler to narrate this session of History Matters. History Matters is a short film series about influential figures from history.
This is a brief video forming part of our History Matters mini series about Oprah Winfrey. If you don’t know who Oprah Winfrey is, your first step should be to go buy a television since you aren’t from this century, then come back and watch this video.
As a part of Black History Month, we decided to begin a journey built upon paying homage to the figures that forever changed our society. This video is a piece on Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play major league baseball.