We produce everything from full-length documentaries that involve years of shooting on multiple continents to “I-need-it-tomorrow” website or employee communications videos.
These programs meet our client's defined objectives and deliver specific messages to their target audiences - in the style that best matches their corporate/organizational cultures.
These programs work, and that's why our relationships with our clients last for decades.
Some of the Team Innovision members have been together since 1984. There aren’t many challenges that we seasoned veterans haven’t worked our way through at one time or another. Younger professionals keep Innovision awash in fresh ideas. What binds all of us is our collective corporate personality: while we take our work seriously, we don’t take ourselves seriously. We relish the creative process, yes, but we also value the relationships we build with our clients.
We have continually honed our work process since 1984. It seems to be working: 100% of Innovision’s clients are repeat or referral. One compliment we hear about our work process is that our clients can have as much or as little involvement in the production process as they have time to commit. Once they know we have a clear and thorough understanding of what they want and when they need it, most of them tend to other tasks and wait for us to submit approvals as the work process progresses.
One of the disadvantages of working with multi-national companies is that their legal departments prevent them from seeming to endorse vendors. Consequently, we can share with you only videos that those corporations have uploaded to YouTube, or another public site.
*Shell Visual Media Services, based in London, has contracted Innovision to be its “Preferred Global Vendor” for video production in the United States.
1302 Waugh, #301
Houston, Texas 77019
Beth Stier, Owner