WHAT: Isaac Lamb of Portland, OR decided to propose to his girlfriend Amy Frankel, but he wanted to make sure it would be something she would remember. Why? Because he felt like “she deserved something like that.” The result was a live lip-dub performance of the Bruno Mars song “Marry You” featuring 60 of their closest family and friends, all while Amy was riding on the back of a Honda CRV.
STATS: In less than a week, the video has been viewed more than 11 million times.
WHY WE LOVE IT: Peel back the creative layers of SolidLine Media’s rugged exterior, and we have a soft, inner core that quietly sobs in our offices to these videos (especially Executive Producer Greg Vass). Isaac took a challenge, making a truly special and unique wedding proposal, and absolutely drilled it without dripping with cheese. This is stuff you see in movies and say, “Nobody ever does that.” Well, actually, they do. Watch the video, with the couple’s “Today Show” interview after….
This high end corporate image video production was produced for APL sales teams across the globe to use during sales presentations and as a leave behind promotional piece. It is also featured on all APL websites. The video production highlights footage shot at 6 locations across the US and China – including an aerial shoot [...]
This promotional video production highlights Qvidian’s new Playbooks application, which enables sales teams the ability to choose the right playbook in order to have the best chances for winning the deal. The video production features live action scenes shot in a warehouse office space in Boston, MA combined with unique tracked motion graphics on brick [...]
This fully animated production promotes Nutri-Vet’s Skin Care Supplements for dogs with a custom SolidLine developed character named Dr. Wellington. The spot is available to view online and at Pet Smart and other pet stores nationwide.
This week, our Art Director, Mike Petrik celebrates ten years at SolidLine. Ten years is a pretty big milestone, so we sat down with Petrik to chat about his time at SolidLine, how the production company has changed and grown, how he’s been a part of that and how he’s grown. SLM–What was the first [...]