In early 2017, Google partnered with PwC to create a series of innovative workplace applications. Brickhouse came onboard to create a number of videos for the international marketing campaign.
For the launch of their new website and mobile app, Greyhound partnered with Brickhouse to facilitate once-in-a-lifetime road trips for a few lucky travelers. Brickhouse followed the cross-country adventurers to create three documentary shorts, and also captured behind-the-scenes narrative photography for use on the new Greyhound website.
Rolling out one of the most technologically advanced televisions of the decade, Sharp commissioned Brickhouse to create a short narrative piece that would highlight the incredible viewing experience of the new TV and create buzz amongst the creative community. Directed by Bryan Schlam, “Southpaw” eventually took on a life of its own – appearing in film festivals around the world and garnering a Vimeo Staff Pick.
When Timberland teamed up with fashion brand Billionaire Boys Club to launch a limited edition series of apiary-themed boots, Brickhouse put on a few bee suits and filmed this promo spot starring Pharrell Williams’ protege, Maxine Ashley.
To promote the streetwear designer’s next season, Brickhouse filmed a number of iconic store-fronts in NYC’s Lower East Side – including a couple friendly faces.
To steal some fire from the iPhone 6 release, Brickhouse worked with Samsung and their agency to create a series of videos responding to the announcement in near real-time (videos were shot, edited and released within 24 hours). The videos were featured in over 60 global news outlets and garnered nearly 14 million video views.
Continuously pushing the boundaries of creative marketing, Bushmills took it one step further when they secretly starting working with Elijah Wood to design a pair of headphones using the storied wood from Bushmills historic whisky barrels. Brickhouse collaborated closely with the brand to develop a content strategy and series of videos that launched the original initiative to the public.
In celebration of the nominees for the 2015 Webby Awards, Brickhouse teamed up with Grey Goose to create a video series dedicated to the inspiring moments behind some of today’s biggest tech startups. Brickhouse developed a deconstructed, black and white visual treatment with an intimate behind-the-scenes look and feel, allowing the unique stories to come to life as powerful narratives.
Tuberculosis continues to be one of the most deadly and under treated diseases in the world and for the heath care workers on the front lines, the job can be a death sentence. To bring to life the danger heath care workers face and the dire need for the development of a new vaccine, Brickhouse and Director Josh Weinstein spent 6 months filming a documentary series profiling heath care workers and the lives they touch. The film series was nominated for a 2015 Cannes Lion.
As part of the Hennessy ‘Wild Rabbit’ campaign, Brickhouse produced a series of videos profiling influencers across the globe including rap legend Nas, entrepreneur Levi Maestro and Brazilian graffiti artist Os Gemeos. The series acted as an anchor for a large scale digital media push and experiential activation.
To get attention for the next collection from popular street wear designer Jeff Staple, Brickhouse worked with the brand to create a one-of-a-kind video re-imagining the concept of flight. The video was featured on over 20 pop-culture blogs and websites including industry trendsetter Hypebeast.
To showcase Chase’s unique small business solutions, Brickhouse traveled the country filming stories of innovative small businesses that used Chase’s services to overcome the classic “make or break” moments of growth. The popular series was featured on a custom digital hub within the Inc. Magazine website and across Chase’s digital channels.