The department of Facilities Planning & Management is the behind-the-scenes, unsung, 24/7, Leatherman Multitool of the University of Wisconsin–Madison. If they're doing they're jobs properly (which they are) you'll never know it. Unless we make a video about it: watch it here.
Just finished another project for Hartland Lakeside School District, specifically for Hartland North's unique approach to the primary years of education. We spent the day with school administrators, teachers, parents and kids. Capturing the activities of a normal school day without disrupting the children in their natural environment — like a David Attenborough documentary, but with #2 pencils and lunch-boxes instead of gazelles on the African Savanna. Always a fun day.
We've started production on a project for NEWaukee's YPWeek, a yearly platform for young professional experiences and networking. Over the next several weeks we'll be capturing preliminary events all over Wisconsin leading up to the event in April. Our first stop was Steven's Point for a day of interviews with key planners and stakeholders, as well as networking events at O'so Brewing and Great Northern Distilling. Look for more installments in the coming weeks as the project comes together.
In an effort to attract new parents and students through the open enrollment process, Hartland Lakeside School District worked with Tack to create a video in which the enthusiasm of the parents, the dedication of the teachers, and the energy of the students become the voice of the school district itself.
During our time on site at three schools, we were able to capture images of kids and teachers at work and play through all facets of their day. In fact, we gathered so much material from our time with Hartland Lakeside that additional videos on a range of topics is planned. Look for those soon.