Meridian Hill Pictures' expertise lies in authentic and emotionally compelling character-based storytelling. We specialize in the full creative development, production, post-production and distribution of short-form documentary-style videos that tell human stories of relevance for non-profits, schools, government agencies and mission-driven companies. Our videos captivate viewers, engage target audiences, mobilize partners and volunteers, demonstrate and document impact. With each project, we make it easy for our clients, handling all stages of the process, from pre-production planning to final cut. We also develop customized audience and stakeholder engagement strategies around every project, ensuring that powerful storytelling advances our client’s specific impact goals.
Past clients include: National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington Area Bicyclist Association, Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area, Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, Center for Inspired Teaching.
Doc-style training videos
With the explosion of distance-learning and online education portals, the need for training videos has steadily risen over the past decade. Building on our experience as visual storytellers and educators, Meridian Hill Pictures has built an expertise working with organizations to produce educational training videos using a people-centered documentary approach. We work closely with organizations to understand the learning objectives for each video or series and craft a strategy that allows us to document a learning or facilitation process unfolding in real-life scenarios, with real participants and stakeholders. The resulting pieces clearly communicate information and concepts, with a refreshing and engaging authenticity that relies on real people and stories to facilitate the learning process.
Past clients include: International Baccalaureate Organization, Ford's Theater, Ashoka Foundation.