Enhance your brand with high-quality photos from our team of talented photographers, experienced with everything from simple headshots to dynamic images that tell a story.
Social Media Content
Bring attention to your brand’s socials with eye-catching visuals and the short-form video content that’s taking over everyone’s social media feeds right now.
Don’t let your brand’s events go unnoticed. Partner with our multimedia team to ensure that all the memories and impact are captured as exciting photos and videos.
Documentary Style Video
Long-form video content that tells your brand’s story and communicates its unique values is becoming a necessity for the modern business. Our videographers can help get your brand’s purpose out there.
By: Samantha Hopper The Client Alamance Community College was one of the first organized community colleges in North Carolina. ACC’s student body is more than 5,000 students and it offers 25 workforce development programs as well as apprenticeships. ACC also offers students mentoring through the Women in Industrial Science, Design,
Orange County Visitors Bureau Get Out and Give Back The Orange County Visitors Bureau posted a set of videos titled “Get Out and Give Back” with the goal of increasing business in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area during the COVID-19 pandemic. The multimedia team worked to shoot and edit each of
One sign of a thriving economy is the growth of new businesses. Each year, The Chamber for a Greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro celebrates an exceptional performance by a local business. School of Rock Chapel Hill was the winner of the 2019 New Business of the Year Award. Find out more about
Occupancy Taxes and Tourism – Chapel Hill Orange County Visitors Bureau What happens to occupancy taxes collected by the Chapel Hill government? Find out about the distribution process in this video from the Orange County Visitors Bureau made by the Multimedia Team at the 1893 Brand Studio. For more examples
On Saturday June 6th, the town of Chapel Hill held a social justice rally. The rally was a peaceful protest to honor our slain brothers and sisters. Hear from the Town of Carrboro Council Member, Barbara Foushee, on why this rally is so important to her and the communities of