On July 15, 2017, on New Orleans’ busiest, two-way street, the “Super Workout” included 20,000 participants, celebrity trainers and 100s of behind-the- scenes staff. An event of this magnitude had never been done in New Orleans.
From securing permits to ensuring an efficient production setup to cleanup (within 10 hours) BBC Destination Management Company made this dream a reality. - Katy Bertrand, BBC DMC Creative Services Manager
At Love You Back Productions, we’ve never been so amazed! BBC DMC created a truly remarkable spectacle for the eyes. Love You Back captured everything!! Watch. We dare you NOT to be amazed!
BBC Destination Management does more than just sell New Orleans– they create memories as diverse and unique as the city’s centuries-old culture.
To capture the full essence of the client experience and the magnitude of our work behind the scenes, BBC teamed up with Love You Back Productions to tell their story.
The end result: four customized 30 to 40-second segments whose sights, sounds and colors encapsulate all that BBC and the Crescent City have to offer, from Jazz and Mardi Gras to custom décor and design.
Above is a 1-minute Facebook promotional video, specifically targeted to Our Family Farm's growing customer base of New Orleans' market-goers.
Customers who shop at local farmers’ markets do so out of good conscience. For past 4 years, the ethical way Our Family Farm raises lamb, sheep and eggs has attracted a growing customer base of New Orleans' market-goers.
For every new customer, Our Family Farm receives the same 3 questions:
1) Is it grass fed?
2) Is it humanely raised?
3) Is is local?
For each question, of course, the answer is always a resounding—YES. Rather than talking about Our Family Farm’s ethics and farming practices, Love You Back Productions proposes the answers be seen in the visuals.
The following video is a 30 second video, featuring all our favorite moments from past New Orleans events.
The reel highlights the personality of New Orleans' through the city's movers, groovers, and hosts.
This trailer walks through footage produced by Julia Elizabeth Evans between 2015-2017 for the short documentary, /Corner Stores/. /Corner Stores/ is 501(c)(3) sponsored documentary film as part of the New Orleans Tricentennial Story Incubators Program.
The people represented in video footage, including Beau of Singleton's Mini Mart, Kirk Frady of Frady’s One-Stop Food Store, are Gene of Gene's Po Boys, are characters to be featured in short documentary.
The above video reel previews our company's work with drone cameras. The footage is taken from a short film, produced by Julia Elizabeth Evans in June 2017. All footage shot in Ouachita and Little Rock, Arkansas by company's contracted UAV supervisor - Andy Jacuzzi. Music featured in video - "Oblivion" by Astor Piazzolla.
Slow Food New Orleans is an organization dedicated to clean, fair and healthy food. Slow Food emphasizes the value of community teaches the values of ethical food through their community garden and outreach programming in New Orleans.
8 am on a Saturday, 300+ neighbors and folks from all over New Orleans gathered on the Holy Cross levee. Such a turn out stunned all the K10 event organizers. In a mid-day interview with Lauren, she exclaims, “to see everyone, eyes closed and breathing together (pause) – we have all had tons of experience over the past 10 years and to all come together and get rooted in this moment, now. [ To say,] ‘ I’m here. I’m on the levee. I’m with my community, and I’m letting go.’ That’s powerful. You see that. And you can feel that.” Documenting K10, morning to evening, was in the truest sense of the word- awesome.
Bastille Day is a chance to celebrate New Orleans’ french influence and heritage -- with a New Orleans brass band mixed in for good measure.
Water, as it appears, a story of Dhaka City. There is a common expression in Bengali - pannier upper naam jibon. The direct translation is "water is another word for life."
Bangladesh is a country of water with an environment full of lush green, numerous rivers and basins, endless monsoons, yet the majority of people still cannot get sufficient access to water. Inside of Dhaka, water is found either bottled or polluted, black, whereby access to drinking water makes obvious the disparity between communities.
This is a story about access in Dhaka, following three girls and their everyday experience with water and their city.
Their stories illustrate the happy heart and spirit characteristic of all Bangladeshis as well as the stakes of rapid growth in Dhaka, a city out-spent of its water.
Housing NOLA is not just a 10 year plan, it’s a 10 year process. It’s benchmarks lay out how communities can provide high-quality, safe and accessible housing affordable to individuals and families of all income levels throughout New Orleans. The individuals featured in this video represent a cross section of organizations and community members striving for a better, more livable New Orleans.