Blue Logic Productions is a full service, professional video production company. We excel at guiding clients through the various phases of a project from concept and to delivery. Your project is important to us and collaboration on your project is at the core of our success. Our staff is experienced in writing, shooting, editing and distribution. We are very budget-minded and can work within the parameters given by our clients.
The videos produced are reviewed carefully for quality and impact. Our goal is to create a production which proudly represents your event, product, company, and your clients.
Some of our clients include: The Dallas Regional Chamber, RDF Advertising, Rosenthal and Wadas Attorneys, Secure Logix, Movie Insititute, CareWare Fashions, KIA Architects, HKS Architects, VideoTex Systems, US Bowling League, Dallas County Community College District, Lake Country Christian School, Going Bats Entertainment, Music In The Schools, Speech Source, Screen Scape, Ridglea Jazz Cafe, 2 Tones, Inkbug Productions, ACE Mentoring, MediaTech Institute, Kris Berg Jazz, The Roof Raisers, and Carolyn Wickwire.
Hadassah Hospital Fund Raising Production
The team developed this video to help the Hospital raise funds for the new facility. We worked closely with the client to develop a compelling story with a well defined story arch. Then a storyboard was developed and production on the animations began. Once the 3d environments were created we shot video of live actors and composited them into the virtual world. The team was involved in the shooting of aerial footage in Jerusalem, Israel for the animated building shots.
The final production was successfully shown in New York during the Benefit and translated into 5 languages.
The Dallas Regional Chamber 100th Anniversary
This video celebrates the Dallas Regional Chamber’s 100th Year Anniversary! Learn about how the Chamber has influenced the history, present, and future of Dallas, Texas through the eyes of special guests Lucy Billingsley, Dr. Wright Lassiter, Erle Nye, Ebby Halliday, Ray Hunt, Mayor Tom Leppert, Jan Hart Black, and Bob Estrada.