Smart Kids - http://smartkidsband.com
Produced by BC Media Productions - http://bcmediaproductions.com
Directed by Ben Consoli - https://twitter.com/benconsoli
Director of Photography: Chris Loughran - https://twitter.com/chrisloughran
Michael Ulman - http://www.michaelulman.com
Alex Yiakoumatos - http://chasingdowntheduo.com
In anticipation of his upcoming record release, No End Media was pleased to shoot this hometown show for Spencer Albee. Recorded live at the gorgeous State Theatre in Portland, Maine, this video features Spencer's performance of the song, "Come Home."
Yo-Yo Ma, Kathryn Stott - The Making of Songs from the Arc of Life
Produced By Joseph Housley
Directed by Chris Loughran
Location Sound, Pete Nenortas
Camera Operators, Dean Merrill, Sean Meehan Chris Loughran
In 2015 No End Media and BC Media Productions began collaborating to create award winning commercial, corporate and music video content. Please visit bcmediaproductions.com for more great video produced and directed by Ben Consoli and his team.
These spots reunite Evan Kaufman and Chris Loughran from their days at Improv Asylum, where Chris established and developed their video sketch department during the period when Evan was featured on Improv Asylum's main stage. Their collaboration in these videos continues their comedic history together.
Shot by No End Media
Produced by Hill Holliday and Improv Asylum
Directed and edited by Evan Kaufman
Produced and Directed by Sean Meehan
Cinematography by Chris Loughran
Additional Camera by Brandon Vincent
Edited by Sean Meehan
Taranta Restaurant's Cooking Class
Frequent visitors to Taranta Restaurant, No End Media united with José Duarte and his team to create this commercial spot for their cooking classes. An exciting outing and team-building event for groups of all sizes, the classes teach how to create a caprese salad, a pasta course, and a delicious entrée — all guided by José's talented, professional team. If you're looking for a fun outing that will have your group communicating, socializing, and enjoying a wonderful meal, contact Taranta Restaurant today.
Taranta Restaurant Wine Training Session in Italy
As a means to improve the knowledge of his staff, José Duarte took his employees at Taranta Restaurant to Italy for a hands-on, immersion training focused on wine produced in the Tuscany region. No End Media followed the team to Pisa, Pienza, Siena and Florence to capture the landscape and people that go into making some of the finest wine in the world. The experiential learning was a valuable and personal way to teach the Taranta Restaurant staff about the wines they presented to their patrons in Boston's historic North End, providing a story behind every bottle.
Simply Unemployable is the comedy team of Richie Moriarty and Matt Catanzano. Hailing from Improv Asylum's main stage cast, Matt and Richie created their YouTube channel, Simply Unemployable, in 2012. Beginning with the No End Media-produced series ETC: Employment Through Craigslist, Simply Unemployable found immediate success, leading to a partnership with Lorne Michaels' online venture of Broadway Video, Above Average, and hundreds of thousands of page views.
Emerson Hospital: "More"
Located in Concord, Massachusetts, Emerson Hospital provides full-service health care to countless Massachusetts residents. This spot illustrates that the care and service you'll receive at Emerson will be so enjoyable, it will leave you asking for a little bit "more." The campaign, a collaboration between numerous entities, was produced for web distribution as well as movie theater advertising. No End Media was proud to help Emerson College tell these patients' stories.
Shot and edited by No End Media
Music written, composed and recorded by Jim Zaroulis and No End Media
Produced by Small Army and No End Media
Directed by Steve Kolander
Color corrected by Rob Bessette at Finish Post
Stereo web mix and cinema mix by Howard Carle at Soundtrack Boston
Original Music by Jim Zaroulis
Emerson Hospital: Kathy
Emerson Hospital wanted to tell Kathy's story about her journey through cardiac surgery and how Dr. Butte diagnosed and addressed Kathy's heart condition. When Kathy noticed pain in her chest, her husband insisted they rush to the ER at Emerson Hospital. Once there, she was seen by a nurse who initiated a stress test that showed warning sings of a heart condition. Seeing the results, Dr. Butte insisted that Kathy stay for emergency surgery, installing stents in her arteries that dramatically improved her condition. Within weeks, Kathy was up and feeling well enough to start in Emerson's cardiac rehabilitation program. Today, Kathy is well enough to keep up with her grandson and looks forward to a healthy future.
Emerson Hospital: Carol
Carol Zuzin is a resident of Westford, Massachusetts. For years she had treatment at Emerson Hospital. When she was diagnosed with fibrosis of the bone marrow, Dr. DuBios was there to guide her through her treatment, diagnosing Carol with acute leukemia.
Dr. DuBios partnered with Dr. Ballen at Massachusetts General Hospital, where they treated Carol's leukemia. Together they worked to help Carol through bone marrow transplantation as well as through her intense, post-operative care. The partnership between Massachusetts General Hospital and Emerson Hospital was crucial in providing Carol the treatment she needed to overcome her cancer.
Knee Replacement at Emerson Hospital: "One Patient's Journey"
Cecil suffered from chronic arthritis, a condition which runs in his family. After years of pain and suffering, Cecil's physicians at Emerson Hospital prescribed knee replacement surgery to ease his pain and get him back on his feet. Dr. Dean Howard performed the surgery and personally guided Cecil through his recovery and rehabilitation.
Cori is and actress, but her main gig is something a little bit weirder. She works for a company that employs actors to play opposite real people who want to rehearse a difficult conversation. A breakup, a firing, or even an embarrassing confession: the company that she works for provides a living, breathing "sparring dummy" for their clients.
Written and Directed by Sean Meehan
Cinematography Chris Loughran
Music By Cesar Suarez
Makeup Maya Landi
Gaffer Joe McLeish
Collaborating with Small Army, No End Media delved into the world of the GE Panametrics Aurora Trace, the world's first high-definition laser-based moisture analyzer. The Aurora Trace moisture analyzer is suitable for installation in hazardous areas and operates over a wide range of environmental conditions.
For Time Magazine's online edition, No End Media and Paul La Blanc partnered to produce this video highlighting James Gusella, the Director at the Center for Human Genetic Research at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Produced and shot by No End Media
Produced, directed and edited by Paul La Blanc
Circle of Tapawingo is an annual summer camp in Maine that helps heal the pain of young girls grieving the loss of a parent. No End Media joined Rick Macomber in visiting the camp and helping to tell some of their stories.
Shot by No End Media
Produced and edited by Rick Macomber
Co-produced by Julie Geer
The Red Sox Foundation contacted No End Media to create a short video for their annual fundraiser, with sights and sounds from their annual Kids Golf Day at Fenway Park in Boston. No End Media spent the day with the kids, all cancer survivors, and their families as they played miniature golf and toured the park.
Expect Miracles Foundation is one of the leading advocates in the financial services industry in the fight against cancer. Proceeds benefit cancer patient care initiatives nationwide and cutting-edge cancer research at the Belfer Institute for Applied Cancer Science at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Directed and shot by No End Media
Joe Ricchio is a food writer and food industry professional based in Portland, Maine. Through his wit and destructive appetite, Joe explores everything the world of food and beverages has to offer. He visits Somerville, Massachusetts, Downtown Boston, and Newcastle, Maine in these first three episodes of Off the Wagon. No End Media is excited to have developed and created this ongoing series of storytelling and food, and to be able to showcase the many talents of Joe Ricchio.
Produced and directed by No End Media
Additional camera and editing by Sean Meehan
Experiential education plays a large part in the humanities departments at Northeastern University. This promotional video highlights the importance of leadership, world politics, and the international mission in the humanities for those attending Northeastern and focusing their studies in a related discipline. No End Media joined Rick Macomber to create this spot for the university.
Filmed by No End Media
Directed and produced by Rick Macomber
No End Media was contacted by Flavorpill to shoot a lunchtime concert, DJed by Just Blaze, the famous hip-hop record producer. With DJs curated by Questlove, the ABSOLUT® Lunch Break series aims to present daytime dance parties, by disc jockies for desk jockies, for one hour only. When the music stopped, everyone was given a free lunch to take back to the office, in addition to donating to the Greater Boston Food Bank on their way out the door.
Shot by No End Media
Longtime fans of comedy and frequent collaborators with local commedians, No End Media was excited to be involved with this particularly funny and absurd web series. Simply Unemployable's first collaboration with Broadway Video's YouTube channel, Above Average, brings us to the Portrait STUdio.
Brad and Stu enjoy taking headshots, family photos, and the occasional rock band concert poster, but some clients can be a little more difficult than others.
While working as Technical Director at Improv Asylum, Chris Loughran began creating original video content that transformed into Improv Asylum's YouTube channel. Teaming up with talented writers, directors and actors forming Improv Asylum's main stage cast, the team created over a hundred videos in only a couple of years and enjoyed viral success with sketches such as The Oscar Winning Boston Movie, Marathon Thoughts, Tom Brady's 911 Call and dozens more, collecting nearly a million and a half page views to date.
Created by Chet Harding, Norm Laviolette and Jeremy Brothers, Improv Asylum's Vanity Project is a late night sketch comedy show that aired on ABC, WCVB Channel 5 in Boston in the summer of 2011. In collaboration with No End Media,Vanity Project stars and was written by Improv Asylum's main stage actors and alumni. The ten-episode season was nominated for a New England Regional Emmy in 2012.
No End Media spent a few nights on the streets of Allston with a great team from Aero Designs to promote their new product, Aero Shot. Now called Aero Life, the varieties of this interesting new product contain an assortment of benefits such as a caffeine boost, a sleep aid, and immune system enhancers, all in a lipstick-sized tube that can be carried on the go and used when needed. Everyone in the video is trying Aero Shot for the first time. No actors or hired spokespersons were used.
Produced by No End Media
Directed by Eric Freedman
Yapp is an app aimed at democratizing app creation for the masses. No End Media partnered with Sean Meehan and Cross River Pictures to show how, for life's valued moments, Yapp empowers its users to make a mobile app in minutes.
Shot by No End Media
Produced and directed by Sean Meehan
In collaboration with Sean Meehan, No End Media shot this humorous promotional Kickstarter campaign video for The Tuck, a fashion accessory designed for fastening extra-long belts. With a projected fundraising goal of $30,000, the campaign raised $30,947, enough to fund the project and fast-track The Tuck into production.
Shot by No End Media
Directed by Sean Meehan
The Wine Bottega, located in Boston's historic North End, specializes in wine and beer produced by small vineyards and breweries. No End Media created these promotional videos to help showcase the unique shop, and to illustrate how their knowledgable staff can help you find the perfect bottle for any occasion.
Produced, shot and edited by No End Media
Additional camera by Benjamin Eckstein
The Maine Red Claws are the Portland, Maine-based Developmental League team for the Boston Celtics. No End Media and Gum Spirits Productions teamed up to create this fun, high-energy video that is played on the jumbo screen before every Maine Red Claws game.
Shot over two days, Conley hit the campaign trail, visiting some of his favorite local spots around town. The No End Media team was there to capture some moments between Conley and his constituents.
Shot by No End Media
Directed by Joe Slade White & Company
Produced by Allison Baker
Picking up the camera is not always work. Finding a moment at a family holiday or some downtime while on vacation is a a perfect way to capture a moment, edit it to some music and share it with friends and family.
Jack Conway & Company is a full-service real estate agency located on the South Shore of Massachusetts. In affiliation with Boston Virtual Imaging, No End Media delved into the Jack Conway story, charting the rich heritage that began in Hingham in 1956 and transformed into a modern-day real estate empire.
Directed, shot and edited by No End Media