BUREAU OF COMMON GOODS is a Brooklyn-based film and digital content studio. We tell stories and create experiences (mostly with film) that both educate and inspire.
Our services cover creative strategy to finished product, and everything in between, including writing, production, editorial, music, and design. Our process is holistic and individual: we get to know you so we can craft the most memorable experience for your audience.
Founder and director Keith Ehrlich got his start at Ridley Scott & Associates, and has since worked with design and production companies including Trollbäck & Co., Brand New School, HUSH, and Shilo. His client list includes Nike, Fuse, The Criterion Collection, NFL, HBO, American Express, The Wall Street Journal, Smirnoff, AOL, and the History Channel.
Our work has been covered in many publications and events including: IdN, AIGA, Shots/Ciclope International Ad Festival, Shoot Magazine, Berlin Transmediale Fest, The Atlantic, Fast Company, New York Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, Creative Review, Gizmodo, Core 77, Dwell, GQ, Kottke.org, Laughing Squid, The Fox Is Black, TreeHugger, Discovery Channel, Bon Appetite, Hypebeast, Videography, NOTCOT.org, Esquire, Its Nice That, Frank 151, MAKE, Filmmaker Magazine, and more.