How do you open VMware's biggest event of the year? With a vision of the future, a dramatization of the speed of technology, or a fun human moment with the CEO Raghu Raghuram? How about all 3! This short narrative kicked off the event and introduced the keynote open from the CEO. It has traveled all over the world for hundreds of thousands of event attendees. Look for the cameo appearance from Measure Twice's Producer/Director BB!
“The review links went all the way up the chain at VMware. Everyone’s responses have been very positive, both creatively and substantively. This is not an easy audience, and I thank you all for the skill, patience, and devotion it has taken to make this show a reality.”
DON RICHARDS | Vice President, Executive Create Director at Freeman Company
The deadline was short, the creative was ambitious, the talent was high profile, and the pressure was high. Less than 1 week to prepare 1 shoot day capturing 4 commercials, including multiple sets and Joe Montana sabering a champagne bottle. What could go wrong? We delivered, everything came together, it was fun, and everyone left with what they wanted, minus one champagne bottle.
“Thank you for getting us through all of this. Amazing job you pulled off. Clients are more than happy.”
CHRIS MERRIFIELD | Director of Video and Multi-Media at Hartmann Studios
Plastc had only 5 weeks for a vision video and website backgrounds. They needed these deliverables for their PR campaign and presales of their upcoming product "Card." The creative was a true narrative story, not just a tutorial, with visual effects that showed Card's future functionality. The timeline was very aggressive, with many challenges and late nights.
This is one of a series of behind the scenes inspired web commercials that Measure Twice produced for Yahoo! original series. Other commercials included "Community," "Other Space," "Sin City Saints," and a few unreleased shows. The top-billed cast included Naomi Campbell, Joe Zee, Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, John Oliver, Neil Casey, Joel Hodgson, Malin Maria Akerman, and Tom Arnold.
Leading antivirus software company Avast was written into the first series of "Mr. Robot," and wanted a branded show that discussed the details behind the shows hacking scenes, as well as commentary of cybersecurity in popular culture. The challenge was quickly creating adaptive content to the plot of the show and moments in popular culture.