Do you need video of your tourist company or attraction? I have deep experience working with local tourism boards, historical sites, scenic spots, and museums.
Oregon History Come To Life
For this project with Travel Oregon City, they wanted a series of 14 videos showcasing the best historical sites and scenic highlights. Combining interviews, voice over, archival photos and maps, and drone shots, this series is a great way for them to create content for their website, social media channels, and more.
Local Character With Global Reach
Oregon attracts visitors from all over the world. For this video series, the goal was to show off everything the city of Oregon City has to offer. But their audience was more than just potential visitors. The tourism board also wants to reach local residents and let them know what featured exhibits they have in their own backyard.
Content That Works Across Multiple Channels
Making such a large number of videos for this series presented a significant investment for Travel Oregon City. In order to maximize the value of the finished videos, I made sure to create content that would work across all of their advertising and marketing efforts. Any time I’m approached by a local Oregon business about a video project, my first question is always how is your audience going to find this video. Every one of my video packages include social media cutdowns that are appropriate for sharing on Instagram and Facebook. That way one video shoot can result in multiple assets with a more versatile and enduring footprint.
Get High With Amazing Drone Footage
Oregon is one of the most beautiful states in the US. No video project, especially one that features outdoor locations, is complete without professional drone footage. Even though Travel Oregon City was on a tight budget, I was able to offer an affordable drone package that met their needs. We focused on the most scenic locations that could really benefit from drone shots, like the downtown elevator and Willamette Falls.
Your business is in beautiful Oregon, so it makes sense that you would take advantage of the stellar scenery for your company videos.