Video Production

A picture says a thousand words. A video is 24 pictures per second. We create training and promotional videos for our clients when they need that extra something to get their point across.

Our company specialty in understanding our clients' business, particularly in hard-to-explain niches, gives us the ability to create messaging that concisely conveys your message, creating those elusive "aha" moments for your employees, customers, and prospects.

Our videos can follow a variety of formats to best meet your needs, audience, and budget.

Demo Reel

This demo reel is a sampling of videos that we've done for our clients in recent years.


In order for viewers to retain information, it needs to be presented in a manner that's both clear and engaging. We strive to make our videos fun to watch, so viewers can better retain what they're learning.

Training Video with Live Action and Animation

enterprise-Wide Software Launch

Brevity developed and executed a maintenance software launch strategy to 200,000 users in the U.S.and U.K. with 72 standardized implementation scripts and emails, 26 user support documents, 18 training videos, web design and content management, and a promotional strategy customized for 182 locations.

This is a shortened edit of one of the training videos from that campaign.  The software product name has been removed at the client's request.

Instructional Video with Live Action and Animation


Brevity produced 12 themed videos as part of a larger communications initiative to reduce energy use across the enterprise. Each video had a specific focus area detailing low- and no-cost action items to reduce energy consumption and costs. The themes included major building equipment, such as air handling units and electrical systems, as well as behavioral changes staff could make to save energy.

This is a condensed edit of the cooling tower-themed video.

Slide Deck with Voiceover

How to create a lead magnet

This how-to video was produced as part of a digital marketing course for small business owners.

This video uses the Slide Deck with Voiceover format. This approach is ideal for projects with limited budgets, longer run times, or when a more elaborate approach is simply not needed.


Promote your brand with videos that effectively introduce you and your product.

fully-produced promotional video


This promotional video is among several videos we've done for Complyos, including tutorial videos on how to use the software and instructional videos on completing compliance activities.

This is an example of a fully-produced promotional video with live action and animated elements.

scripted video, client speaking with b-roll

Josh Minton

This is an example of the scripted video, client speaking with b-roll format. "B-roll" is the term used for footage that is silently laid over the primary speaker. It is used to illustrate what the speaker is saying, and to add action to what would otherwise be an uninterrupted monologue.

For clients who are less inclined to speak or appear on screen, professional voiceovers are available. It is also possible to create videos using only "b-roll".

scripted video, client speaking with b-roll

MRB Consulting

The client wanted a promotional video to explain the benefits of fractional CFO services to small- and medium-sized businesses who don't yet have the budget to hire a full-time CFO.

This is another example of the scripted video, client speaking with b-roll format.

"I absolutely loved working with Brevity. They took the time to understand my business and help me craft my message. They were responsive and their follow-through was excellent. I was nervous about being on camera, but when the day of the video shoot came, their fun but professional approach put me at ease. I'm very happy with both the video and with the process of making it."
-Matt Barrett, MRB Consulting

edited interview with b-roll format

The Gentle Chiropractor

Instead of creating a formal script, we can often achieve a similar effect by interviewing the client and then editing the finished product to appear as though the video had been scripted.

This is an example of the edited interview with b-roll format.

This client chose to add captions to the bottom of the video for a better user experience on social platforms, where videos are usually muted by default.