In a polished suite of marketing videos, AIM Marketing Services captured the refined approach and thoughtful work that has made Eberlein Design Consultants an esteemed name in the world of classical interiors.
Eberlein Design Consultants – Brand Video
Eberlein Design Consultants – Personalization Video
Eberlein Design Consultants – Problem Solving Video
Eberlein Design Consultants – Craftsman Video
For Eberlein Design Consultants, a growing business (and new clientele) called for fresh content to communicate their creative vision and custom, collaborative approach to working with clients.
With a long history in the home design industry and access to top-of-the-class videographers, editors, marketers, and creative directors, AIM Marketing Services was perfectly poised to orchestrate the creation of a series of videos that would succinctly capture the work and ethos of Eberlein Design Consultants.
Overcoming pandemic-related and remote-location challenges, we concepted, filmed, edited, and delivered a comprehensive collection of website- and social-media-ready videos that precisely capture the Eberlein Design Consultants brand and highlight the firm’s breadth of work, in order to ultimately inspire and welcome potential new clients.
“Creating compelling videos with Active Interest Media has been a master class in impactful storytelling. From brainstorming initial concepts to revealing the final product, they guided us on an informed process that produced exciting narratives that clearly delivered our unique marketing message.
Highly attuned to cinematic phrasing, the rhythm they achieve thoughtfully blends distinctive visuals with distilled storytelling – with memorable results. Expressive writers, imaginative videographers and skillful editors all joined forces with us as creative collaborators.
In our professional work, we strive constantly for carefully crafted, perfectly polished compositions that appear effortless, inevitable and graceful. What a pleasure it was to work with a creative company whose work embodies these shared goals.”