The Servir Global Government Agency combines the technology of NASA satellites with USAID world aid to help developing countries detect weather patterns and extract other critical information for implementation.
Our client DAI, an international development company, wanted to give viewers a five-minute video to help explain what Servir, the relatively new government agency, did and its importance for the world community.
What we did
Our team documented a sampling of ongoing Servir projects and traveled to several locations such as Nepal, Bangladesh, and their U.S. headquarters.
Through countless interviews, we recorded first-hand testimony from those working with the program. We captured their passion, heard the process, and saw the results of the team effort.
The Jpixx Factor
Our small team of four multi-talented crew members assumed multiple roles from make-up artist, to producer, to sound mixer, acting as a nimble traveling team.
We organized filming permits, pre-planned equipment lists for customs, and coordinated all of the logistical details for each country.
Through our docu-style filming and artistic planning, we compiled days of footage and crafted our edit into a cohesive story. Our team worked tirelessly to refine the edit and ensure we delivered a message Servir staff could use to represent them for a decade to come.
The video was shown at a prominent industry event, viewed by members of the international community and Servir staff. The viewing was met with success and reverence by the audience.
For the first time in the ten-year existence of the program, Servir teams had a communications tool that accurately represented the impact that they made.
This video, which we have updated several times, is still used as a primary resource for Servir to explain what it does and to gain additional support.