May 24, 2017

Planning the work and working the plan usually involves planning for the unexpected, and working in the flexibility to achieve the goals of the shoot while allowing for all the variables that play out during production. Never more true than when working with animals, as in our recently project for BioBlu.

Two days on a working dairy farm, with hundreds of cows, completing an extensive shot-list to introduce dairy farms to a new product for hoof disease prevention. Heller Farms outside in Alma Center WI were a very accommodating to us as we climbed over gates, spooked cows, flew drones, and inserted ourselves into all aspects of dairy life. The result is several videos that introduce and demonstrate a range of product benefits in an authentic and recognizable environment.

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