Royal Oak, MI (PRWEB) March 02, 2012
With their award-winning filmmaking style, Tell looks to help their clients make meaningful connections with audiences and consumers. Companies no longer have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to a production house to create a promotional film. The advancement of camera technology has allowed Tell to become more like cinematic filmmakers; creating pieces with extremely high production value at an affordable cost. Tell’s goal is to create amazing films so that businesses can focus on what’s important-- converting potential clients into new ones and building trust with current ones.
“We have yet to see a studio in the Metro Detroit area that is attempting tell great stories with cinematic imagery at a price that businesses and non-profits can afford,” says Ryan Koral, owner and producer. “We are small, mobile, and effective.”
For clients big and small, local and international, Tell aims to make meaningful connections with audiences and consumers. These connections are based on sound research, strategy and implementation, with an emphasis on creativity to motivate and captivate a company or non-profit’s target market.
“[Tell’s] work has inspired our organization including Board members, staff members and donors,” says Brett Tillander Chief Professional Officer of Boys and Girls Club of South Oakland County (http://www.bgca.org). “We have been able to support our fundraising efforts as well as our expansion efforts. Our mission is told through stories, and [Tell’s] efforts make our mission come alive.”
Tell’s vision is to be a leader in corporate video production in a way that compliments its sister company, Epic Motion, and the position it has already earned as a leader in wedding and event cinema.
About Tell: Tell (http://www.gototell.com) operates a full service video production studio in Royal Oak, MI. It uses video as a medium to create artful stories for businesses and non-profits that move people, prompt consumers to buy, and donors to give.