Corporate video doesn't have to be boring.

It can't be if you want your message to be received.

Think of the last employee training video you watched. Did it engage you? Do you think it was as effective as it could have been in getting the message across?

Video production for projects like a product instructional or a new employee orientation video is more than having someone pull out an iPhone and hit record. Instead, it's a careful balance of the right equipment, the skill to capture the best footage, and the vision to convert the information into a lively and engaging production which grabs your audience's attention and doesn't let go.

Videos with impact.

Producing great video is not just a technical skill. It's a human skill.

At douglas-damewood, we understand this and are prepared to put our nearly 30 years of experience to work telling your story. You've spent time and energy considering and developing your message. Invest in us to help you assemble the final and most important piece of the puzzle: connecting with your audience to convey your message.

We can produce most types of video, but our specialty lies in long-form (10+ minute) training videos:

  • Safety training videos
  • Procedures training videos
  • New employee orientation videos
  • Product instructional videos (or video manuals)

Don't take our word for it.

Hear what our clients have to say.
Ron Keese

Ron Keese

President at Keese Consulting Company

The promotional video and the CD that douglas-damewood creative group produced for me has generated more business for Keese Consulting than anything else I have done in the last 20 years.

Ken Corbin

Ken Corbin

President - CEO at PMK Systems, LLC

My dealers and customers have said, ‘your brochures and video answers 90% of questions asked’. . .I needed a brochure and video that would sell our product.  Alan did it.


Ed Goble

Marketing Specialist at Campbellsville University

Creative, flexible, meticulous, punctual, affordable — I could think of a dozen more adjectives that describe douglas-damewood creative group, but one that I’ll use to characterize how we feel about the work accomplished for Campbellsville University: pleased. Very pleased.