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The Sennheiser Difference For Worship

Produced for Sennheiser this video highlights Sennheiser’s dedication to enhancing Worship Audio with microphones, in-ear monitors, wireless systems, and headsets for a noticeably deeper engagement in music and spoken word.

For over 75 years, this family-owned company has been the choice of audio professionals on-stages and in-studios around the globe, known for pristine audio, user-friendly interfaces, and long-lasting reliable performance.

Merck Oncology Clinical Trials

Created for Merck Oncology, this video was created to help patients seek out information and education around available oncology clinical trials.

Learn more at merckoncologyclinicaltrials.com

Cancer Clinical Trials Explainer for Merck Oncology

With Clinical Trials there is Important Information to Consider

We were tasked with executing a creative explainer for Merck Oncology, highlighting the many considerations for taking part in a clinical trial.

There is a lot to consider when deciding whether to participate in a clinical trial. Any clinical trial includes risks, which the study doctor will review with you. Make sure you understand the risks before participating. Learn More at: merckoncologyclinicaltrials.com

Julie’s Story: Struggle with PAH

Meet Julie, a mother and grandmother living with PAH.

CyberKnife: Mike Lutz

We collaborated with MKZ Advertising on the latest commercials for Perlmutter Cancer Center Advertising.

Meet Mike, a Prostate Cancer patient, who found Perlmutter Cancer Center and CyberKnife.

Adcetris: Real people with classical Hodgkin lymphoma

Real people with classical Hodgkin lymphoma ⇑ view the gallery ⇑

Late last year, amidst the pandemic and changing weather, we had the opportunity to capture moments in the lives of two people living with Hodgkin lymphoma for Seattle Genetics. Gene and Brandon shared their story from diagnosis to treatment to support. Read more about them at: https://www.adcetris.com/classical-hodgkin-lymphoma/patient-stories/

 Photography by Brian Jordan and Scott Hamilton