Storytelling is woven into the fabric of life and yet too often is overlooked.
Venice, CA (PRWEB) April 09, 2015
Internationally read and top 100 most influential music blog, The Sights And Sounds, has officially announced the launch of its creative production branch, The Sights And Sounds Media House (http://thesightsandsounds.com/mediahouse) with the release of “How Do You Know?” (https://vimeo.com/122997304). The wedding video captures the culmination of a journey 10 years in the making. This love story unlike any other reveals the eternal connection of Tad Snyder and Bianca Berger. Watch to the end, there is a surprise!
To see how impactful telling great stories can be check out Sights and Sounds Media House demo reel (https://vimeo.com/124220094).
With a reputation for delivering highly engaging and stunning visual content, The Sights And Sounds’ Media House team has more than 15 years of experience in the field; ranging from cinematography, art direction, photography, timelapses, editing, and designing amazing stories that fulfill your every need. Their clients include some of the biggest names across multiple industries, from music artists such as Snoop Dogg, Calvin Harris, NERVO, and Afrojack to national brands such as Payless Shoesource and DePaul University.
The Sights and Sounds Music Blog was launched in February of 2011 as a creative outlet for Editor-in-Chief Kris Kish. Since then, The Sights and Sounds has garnered an international audience through our global network of writers and contributors and has been named a Top 100 Most Influential Music Blog by StyleOfSound.com two years in a row. Today, The Sights And Sounds publishes daily, with content ranging from new music reviews to live event coverage, photography, contests, and exclusive artist interviews.
About The Sights and Sounds Media House
The Sights and Sounds Media House is an independent creative production company that focuses on storytelling; from creating and relaying brand messages to capturing the special day on the alter, Media House captures a multitude.