“We started this company because we knew there were more efficient ways to get videos made,” says Li.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 23, 2012
Video Parachute, the Chicago video company, has announced the debut of its new website: http://www.videoparachute.com. The clean, comprehensive website is designed to showcase the company’s work, its areas of expertise, and its philosophy and approach to video production and post-production.
With the launch of its new website, Video Parachute gives visitors a redesigned look with intuitive navigation to the portfolio, company background, services, and contact information. Visitors can easily request a consultation, watch selections from the Video Parachute reel, and read testimonials from clients. On the website’s blog, the staff weighs in with video-related advice, personal takes on industry news, and updates about the company.
As a production company that specializes in results-oriented corporate and marketing videos for businesses, Video Parachute’s new website mirrors this ethos. Rather than presenting users with an abundance of bells and whistles, the site speaks to the strength of its creative process, its emphasis on messaging, efficiency and flexibility, and the expertise of the Video Parachute staff.
About Video Parachute
While Video Parachute is a relatively new company, the team brings decades of video production experience – either as freelancers or at other production companies. The company’s lead producer, T.W. Li, has been making film and video for over 20 years, and his previous clientele includes Discovery Channel, Reebok, MTV, and Sears.
“We started this company because we knew there were more efficient ways to get videos made,” says Li. “Our core skills are broad – from writing through production, editing, and final distribution – so we knew we could leverage that in creating nimble solutions for our clients.”
Video Parachute is currently working on a variety of projects, including a monthly show for Shelter Mortgage in Milwaukee. The company is often hired to create corporate comedy videos. Most recently, for example, Video Parachute produced a product-showcase-meets-spy-movie-spoof for H&R Block staff and franchisees. The video can be seen here.