Here’s a bit more about us…
Copper Hound Pictures is a video and photo production company that specializes in telling corporate stories through video and photography. Below you’ll find several links to our work. Our philosophy has always been about creating content that engages and informs. We’re proud of the work we have generated for other companies and institutions such as Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Mass General Hospital, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Ariadne Labs, Ginkgo Bioworks, MIT, Liberty Mutual, to name a few. And we always look forward to starting relationships with new companies as well.
We’d love the opportunity to connect with you and others at Weber Shandwick to provide thoughts/insights into how we could potentially help your healthcare clients with content going forward.
Thanks very much,
What value does copper hound offer?
ENGAGING VIDEOS: Overview videos, tailored messaging, extensions through social media posts, etc.
PHOTOS THAT TELL STORIES: We pride ourselves on capturing healthcare companies, their employees, and patients in authentic, memorable ways.
MUCH MORE THAN A PRODUCTION COMPANY: We have the experience and ability to drive the process from whatever point makes most sense for our clients - whether that’s at the early messaging development stage, or you need help executing a well-developed vision. Our team is directly involved in all aspects of content creation, from storyboards to edits.
EXPERIENCE: Copper Hound Pictures has been showcasing innovative companies for the past 10 years, and over that time have developed the skills to understand oftentimes complex subjects, to appreciate the needs of the varied target audiences, and to ask the right questions.
HOW CAN COPPER HOUND PICTURES HELP TELL a healthcare company’s STORy?
Tells a compelling story, both through words and visuals
Informs key constituents
Separates a company’s mission, employees, and passion from its competitive set
Example Video: The Brigham and Women’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is New England’s largest and most state-of-the-art unit, caring for approximately 1,000 babies per year. The amazing, passionate staff and beautifully renovated space create and environment that brings comfort, professionalism, and the utmost care to families going through trying times. Copper Hound Pictures was tasked to bring the Brigham and Women’s NICU to life through video, and we are honored and proud to share their inspiring stories.
Patient profiles help illuminate the larger story
This is an efficient way to extend a company’s messaging
Example Video: The Transplant Center at Massachusetts General Hospital is among the finest transplant facilities in the world. Their team of renowned specialists and patient care professionals are committed to the ultimate goal – to have each patient return to a full and productive life. Copper Hound Pictures had a front row seat as these patients recounted their journeys, and we are grateful to have learned so much about the who, why, and how behind these life-saving surgeries.
rare disease profiles
Educates and activates an intended target market
Showcases your groundbreaking solutions, vision, global impact to date, and team members
Example Video: Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy affects about ten thousand Americans, almost all boys. JB is one of them. In connection with Wave Life Sciences, JB's family is raising awareness and money to support research, advocacy, clinics, conferences, and quality of life experiences. Copper Hound Pictures is honored to be able to tell this important story.
high impact, authentic Photography
Photos should reflect who you are as a company - quality matters
Showcases the personality, diversity, and community of a company
Ideally aligns visually with the company’s video content to create a seamless presentation
Copper Hound Pictures’ genesis was on the photo side - so in addition to the great video content we generate for clients, our capabilities extend to the still side. It’s a great one-two combination we can offer healthcare companies, and this approach ensures all visual assets hang together from a stylistic approach.