When Miami International Airport (MIA) asked the Miami Children’s Museum to design, create and build an interactive experience for children, showcasing the aviation industry, the museum called on Multivision to help create some of the Multi Media displays.
There’s a 3-screen flight simulation exhibit that lets young future pilots fly around Miami and experience the thrill of flight, as well as a multi-screen, multi-sound experience that showcases what goes on in the control tower.
It’s a fun diversion for the traveling family and a great educational enhancement that makes MIA and Miami Children’s Museum a part of the travel experience.
Multivision was behind a series of election-themed video modules that capped off this year’s annual meeting of the community’s economic development agency — The Beacon Council.
Says CEO Bob Berkowitz, “I figured that people are so sick and tired of the political climate right now. It’s a great time to make fun of it for the good of Miami.”
Multivision themed and created several video modules that were fun filled, high energy and ended with a laugh. Community leader Joe Roisman of Perry Ellis International ended the piece with “I approve this message”.
Multivision also created a thoughtful salute to outgoing Beacon Chairman Ernie Diaz.
“We love working with the Beacon Council,” says Berkowitz (who was on the agency board for six years), “It’s important to help sell Miami as the best place to live, work and Play.”
Along with Washington DC, JSI productions and our friends at Maslow- we supplied equipment and a Multivision Team for the 4 day USGA conference at the Diplomat Hotel. The Conference brought together experts helping people living with HIV.
One of the main goals of this conference was to use digital technology to amplify HIV resources anywhere and anytime . They needed digital activities that kept interested participants engaged in the USCA conversation whether they attended the conference or not. This is where Multivision’s digital capabilities played an important role. It included live “direct to Facebook” webcasts via Wirecast.
The Multivison crew worked with producer Michelle Samplin-Salgado to help communicate HIV awareness across the country. The Conference included specialized workshops that covered important subjects such as exploring opportunities and the latest practice model (primary medical, supportive services) on caring for young women and girls with HIV, working with transgender and gender non-conforming, strengthening social skills and Safety Crisis management , living with HIV, and even education scopes at Utah’s Refugee Resettlements. We were honored to be part of this important event.
That was the case in our recent work for the fast casual restaurant concept-La Paella. La Paella asked us to create a story that would help them market this “up and coming” Franchise restaurant model. Today’s consumer is ready for “La Paella”, an exciting re-interpretation of traditional Spanish dining–in a restaurant setting that is “warm and personal”. It’s tradition rediscovered, and one that consumers will find satisfying and flavorful.
We were immediately sold on the idea of authentic Spanish recipes in an environment of vibrant colors –modern meets traditional.
We shot in our studio and in Grove Studio’s fabulous kitchen set and cooked the dishes to be photographed right on the spot. Made to order Paella with shrimp, mussels, squid, chicken and chorizo. Delicious Bocata sandwiches, tempting Tapas, soups and satisfying salads and desserts. La Paella Restaurant will offer the Fresh Spanish experience to a consumer hungry to get away from the ordinary.
Our team captured the essence of old meets new with clever photography and creative videography. We also discusses the extensive training the La Paella team will undergo–comprehensive manuals, training programs and specs to make each restaurant successful and profitable.
Along with interviews with company founder J.D Sauer, Chef Eddie Estevez and famed restaurant marketer Tom Feltenstein- we helped get this great concept launched and got to sample some amazing dishes as a benefit.
Corporate giant Givaudan is behind most of the fragrances we have all come to know and love (Chanel, Hermes, Polo, and many others). The Swiss Company is a world leader in Fragrance. They wanted their booth at the World Perfume Conference to state just that.
Take a virtual walk thru the booth and see what we helped create in an amazing environment. Nature and technology came together to create a virtual environment that both captured the attention and stimulated the senses. A Fragrance Quiz enabled interaction and encouraged participants to personalize and refine their preferences in fragrance.
Along with partners Ciel Rouge (from Paris), Creative Displays and Intermedia Touch, we created a 3D projected logo effect, an Interactive touch screen display and video showcase of the Ethical Sourcing Philosophy of Givaudan.
Working with designer Philippe Blondez and Jane Peck of Ciel Rouge it all came together and the booth stole the show. The creative team produced a display that was both educational and engaging. Attendees enjoyed hands on participation as they put their fragrance and bloom knowledge to the test. Interactive displays engage on many levels and motivate audience participation and stimulate conversation. Conversation and participation are key to any successful presentation. Ciel Rouge and Multivision helped Givaudan achieve just that with the success of their booth at the World Perfume Conference.
For more years than we care to count, we have been producing the video for the annual Goals Conference for the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. We were pleased to once again produce the presentation for 2016 Goals Conference at the Miami Hilton on June 16th.
Our video was a musical extravaganza starring outgoing Chamber chair Christine Barney, CEO of RBB Public relations.
Our theme, “All About Those Goals,” had Christine and a cast of community leaders dancing and having a ball in the studio. We also shot images all over Miami to show why it’s the best place to live, work and play.
A co-starring role went to Dr. Mark Rosenberg, president of Florida International University, and in- coming Chair of the GMCC, who played along with the fun in preparation for his starring role next year.
We had a blast making the video and it was a terrific effort by the whole Multivision team.
Executive Producer, writer and Director: Bob Berkowitz, Senior Editor: René Borroto, Editor: Curtis Childs, Cameras: Scott O’Brien, Matt Leone, Curtis Childs, René Borroto, Music: Read Fasse, Brian Robertson, Make-up Artists: Alexis Renny, Stephanie Gimson, Alli Elizabeth, Wardrobe & Stylist: Jenna DeBrino and Amanda Miller from Hot Pink Style Inc., Choreographer: Marrisa Nick, Production Assistant: Cesar Malinao, Production Assistant & Coordinator: Alina Lopez.
We can’t wait forJune to come around each year. It really is.… “All About Those Goals.” We are always looking for inspiration, and who knows what next year’s production will bring? Stay tuned… the Multivision team is already looking to goals, goals, goals 2017.
Our video work for various museums has won the company awards and recognitions over the years. Our creative at the Smithsonian Institution, Ellis Island, and the Chattanooga History Museum among others, has always has been among our most interesting challenges.
The Miami Children’s Museum called on us to help create some great displays for their newest exhibits, as we had done with The Energy House we created for them under a Department of Energy grant a couple of years ago.
This year, we helped produce several video elements and POV (point-of-view) displays as part of a fabulous new exhibit presented by Baptist Health.
A simulated bicycle tour around Miami lets children ride various bikes, or use their upper body to experience a trip on Miami Beach, Shark Valley and Key Biscayne. It was shot on our special gyro mounted camera system attached to a bicycle, and really gives the sense of riding a bike.
Another interactive video display asks children to “keep moving,” was all shot on Multivision’s green screen stage, and featured talented museum staff dancing, exercising and having fun aimed at getting the participants involved and to make them move.
The Miami Children’s Museum is also creating a display about aviation, and will be housed at the Miami International Airport.
That display includes a multi-screen flight over Miami that is housed in a mock airplane, and was shot with 3 synchronized cameras during a Cessna 172 flight we did over Miami, creating a true POV experience of flight for the participant.
When Miami’s Super Bowl Bid Committee asked us to help them pitch a Super Bowl celebration for one of 3 years (2019, 2020, 2021) that were up for grabs, they knew they had come to the right place.
After all, we had been involved in pitch presentations to get the Miami Heat, Marlins and Panthers their franchises, and we were recently consulted on the pitch presentation for the 2022 World Cup Soccer for the emirate of Qatar.
Now, we needed to prepare for the NFL owners’ meeting held in Charlotte, North Carolina, on May 24. All 32 team owners would vote and award the games after hearing 15-minute presentations by would-be host cities.
Our job was to create a 15-minute story so compelling that it sold all the excitement going on in Miami since the game was held here in 2010. We highlighted the new hotels, current and ongoing improvements to the infrastructure, the use of Downtown Miami as Super Bowl Central, as well as showcasing the improvements the Miami Dolphins are making to their stadium.
We wrote and pieced together the live and video elements, and off to Charlotte we went for the presentations.
We called on legendary Dolphins running back, Larry Csonka, as the star of our presentation, and to act as the live emcee for the pitch. We also asked famed quarterback Dan Marino to host a look at the new stadium.
We were honored to once again help Miami sell itself to the world!
We want to thank the Multivision Team: René Borroto, Matt Leone, Curtis Childs, Scott O’Brien, Chris Skornicka, Alina López, Alexis Renny, Pedro Mendez, Cesar Malinao, Lisa Delmonico and Lorna Chin. We could not have done it without you.
Here’s the video presentation…
At Multivision, we are no stranger to creating and producing awards shows. Over the years, we have produced everything from the Addy Awards, the Ultimate CEO Awards, FIU Torch Awards, the Builders Association Awards, the ULI Vision Awards, Humanitarian Awards, and many others.
“Its always challenging to keep it interesting, fast paced and maintain the audience’s attention and involvement,” says Bob Berkowitz.
This year the idea was to keep the evening moving with a fun and upbeat show while giving each winner a great salute for their accomplishments.
The upbeat theme of “SuperHeroes of the Economy” was chosen and a Marvel Comics/Superhero look was given to the graphics and the video elements that were produced.
There were 16 separate video modules, each about 1 minute in length, including awards for each of the Beacon’s One Community One Goal initiatives and three special Judges awards. The most prestigious award of the event, the Jay Malina Award, was given to Tibor Hollo of Florida East Coast Realty for his work in creating jobs in our community.
Staging for the event utilized a wide screen, panoramic approach provided by Go2events, and it worked magnificently with “picture in picture” elements, including image magnification, and various still and motion graphics.