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ACRS MUSIC VIDEO
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*BEYOND THE WEBSITE:        
The music video was simultaneously launched via social media to Pak's and Geo's fan-base to draw an even larger and younger demographic to ACRS.
    
    

    
As part of ACRS' (Asian Counseling and Referral Service) 45th Anniversary Campaign, a music video was commissioned with songwriters Daniel Pak (Korionz) and Geo Quibuyen (​Prometheus Brown, The Blues Scholars) creating original music and Ikeda/Vanderburg producing the video.
    
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*HOW THEY LAUNCHED THIS:        
This first video of the campaign premiered at Seattle Shakes "Bill's Bash" gala in April.  This spot (as it features so many sports figures) premiered on July 22nd on Safeco Field's giant Jumbotron screen before the Mariners game.  It continued to play before games throughout the baseball season.
   
    

    

    
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SEATTLE SHAKESPEARE COMPANY 
"SHAKESPEARE'S EVERYWHERE"
CORPORATE
Their first ever video campaign making Shakespeare accesssible to all!  A series of high energy social media spots utilizing famous Northwest sports and cultural personalities to hook generations across the social spectrum into Shakespeare.
This second spot in the campaign features such sports luminaries as Seahawk Doug Baldwin, Sounders star Stephan Frei, and Seattle Reign's Megan Rapinoe.
   

    
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HOW THEY LAUNCHED THIS:        
The spots were released via social media right before the primrary election and will be ramped up again before the November mid-terms.
   
BEYOND THE LAUNCH: Comcast has agreed to broadcast the spots through their various portals as the midterms draw closer.  

* FUN FACT: A couple of the spots feature political luminaries including  Governor Gary Locke and the Honorable Martha Choe!
    
   
ACRS VOTER ENGAGEMENT CAMPAIGN
    
To engage potential voters within the Asian Pacific Islander community, ACRS (Asian Counseling Referral Service) commissioned us to produce a series of ten very unique dynamic spots to run on social media. The spots focus on various demographics within the API community to reach the widest possible diverse audience.  This one is "GETTING THE PICTURE".
   
    
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HOW THEY LAUNCHED THIS:        
The film will broadcast at the Embassy Suites as part of the hotel's "hospitality display."
   
BEYOND THE PORTAL: There are plans to possibly launch the film at other venues around Seattle to bring attention to this new Embassy Suites flagship hotel.
    
    

To see a selection of more spots in this campaign
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VOTE SPOTS
   
"AND THE PALINDROME FOUND ITS REFLECTION"
    
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*HOW THEY LAUNCHED THIS:        
This video is being unveiled through a website portal created specially for the campaign.  The episodes are designed with a "tease" to keep viewers coming back month after month to learn more.
   
*BEYOND THE WEBSITE:            
The campaign also utilizes a :30 second cutdown"sizzle" that is distributed monthly via instagram as well as emailed directly to subscribers. 
   
    

    

    
In a documentary commissioned by the developer of the new Seattle Hilton Embassy Suites Hotel, we follow a local artist's journey creating his most public exhibit to date.  

Artist David Hytone gives his unique perspective on his painting which graces the main entrance of the hotel, and his hope for what people will take away from his art.
   
    
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*HOW THEY LAUNCHED THIS:        
Links to these videos will be sent directly to prospective clients and replaces a system of "live demonstrations" that were being used to market Accolade's signature health care concierage system.
   
*BEYOND THE WEBSITE:            
The challenge was to produce videos that would show just how the Accolade system works for employers to save money, as well as be a marketing tool to entice their employees with it's demonstration of services.  
   
    

    

    
ACCOLADE PRODUCT DEMO
Scalablity and Accessiblity - Accolade is using cutting edge technology and personal interactions to break barriers in delivering relevant and cost efficient care to their customers.  "TOM" is one of a series of product demos being used as a direct marketing tool to showcase their "high tech, high touch" approach.
   
    
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CORPORATE
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HOW THEY LAUNCHED THIS:        
The branding piece will be shown at a fund-raising gala but also live on the organization's website.
   
BEYOND THE PORTAL:
In addition to the longer branding piece, two shorter teasers were released via social media to draw awareness to the webite.
    
    
ACRS 45th ANNIVERSARY CAMPAIGN 
A beacon of social justice, ACRS celebrated its 45th Anniversary with a year-long eleven episode video campaign.  Each episode focuses on compelling stories that illustrate their work in civil rights, cultural competency, social justice, and civic engagement.
The final video in the series, "A DAY IN THE LIFE OF ACRS" showcases the incredible dedication of the agency staff and leadership in providing services and "hope in over 40 languages."

    

To see the entire series please go to link here:


ACRS 45th Anniversary Series
   
RISING POINT TEASER
    
To promote his revolutionary soccer training program and philosophy, THE RISING POINT founder Mutanda Kwesele commisioned Ikeda/Vanderburg to produce a branding piece that describes his unique style of teaching and outreach to public schools to assist under-served communities. 
   
    
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The Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras wanted a vehicle to showcase the power of music beyond the statistics and metrics of what their education provides.
   

* HOW THEY LAUNCHED THIS: 
This was unveiled on the big screen at Benaroya Hall for their annual gala and used as a launch point for their ask.     

    

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    This major Seattle philanthropic organization wanted a piece that showcased the enormity of their scope of work in supporting the arts in the
Pacific NW region.    


HOW THEY LAUNCHED THIS:    
This was debuted at their annual fundraising luncheon attended by over 1000 supporters in the community.



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First of our "Artist Series" - Renowned artist and wood sculptor, Dan Webb, gives us a look through his lens while working on his latest piece.   

   
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Dan is using this as his “video calling card”.  He also plans on using this piece and its outtakes for social media, gallery and museum installations, and
web purposes.
    

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   Couture Seattle Jewelry designer Jules Vanderburg wanted to showcase a line of custom black diamond and gemstone necklaces set amidst the gorgeous scenery of New Zealand.
   

*FUN FACT
Some of the locations used in the commercial were in same area as the "Lord Of The Rings"sagas!


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