Camp Mowglis is a seven-week residential camp for boys located in central New Hampshire. This 16 minute video production required ten days of shooting and more that 230 hours of editing and post production time. Terramar Communication’s lengthy background in media creation has led to collaborations including numerous IMAX and feature films, television productions, and interpretive, educational and corporate programs. This experience makes Terramar Communications uniquely qualified to produce short, effective films while working closely with the goals of clients or marketing firms. The use of two cameras where possible helps facilitate our ability to apply these broadcast style production techniques to corporate communications and interpretive films. We own three Hi-quality professional Sony HD cameras for primary cinematography and an additional Sony specialty lipstick camera for underwater or tight spaces on an as needed basis.
Recent commercial Hi-definition video productions include a promotional video for New Standard Corporation, a multimillion dollar international metal fabrication facility, A capabilities video for Java Offshore, an Indonesian corporation, that details their underwater survey capabilities through the use of their new Gavia Surveyor an underwater vehicle, a Public Service Announcement (PSA) for Bahamas television teaching children about the natural history of coastal intertidal zones and a second PSA on invasive species that have established themselves in the Bahamas; a trade show DVD detailing a baseline environmental study to precede potential offshore wind development, conducted by Geo-Marine Inc. for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, A trade show DVD and associated Multi Media video clips for the Naval Air Station (NAVAIR) in Patuxent River Maryland, an on-going interview series of prominent marine mammal scientists, shot and produced for the Aquatic Mammals Journal; For the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, a ten-minute interpretive film about the endangered Least Tern on a New England barrier island was also recently finished.