Video scripting

videos that show & tell
your brand

Nothing brings your message alive like video!  It keeps viewers engaged and helps nurture a personal connection. Here are some videos Lanny helped create for her clients.


Video: Nancy Knows New York

To launch her new branding campaign, Nancy Slavin, a Realtor with Douglas Elliman, wanted a video that illustrates her tagline “Nancy Knows New York.” Working with a top NY videographer, we created this overview video depicting her lifelong experience in the City. And oh, by the way, did you know she was a clown captain in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade during her time there as a senior marketing executive?


NANCY OC: Nothing energizes me like walking the streets of New York City.
After all…I grew up here, went to school here, and launched a career here.

I’ve lived in some of New York’s most iconic buildings, and I get nostalgic every time I see them.

Video: Nancy’s Doors – 130 E. 67 St.

One of a series called Nancy’s Doors. Each video featured one of the iconic buildings in which she lived from her childhood home on the Upper West Side to two Upper East Side locations. In this video she tells the story of her family’s move to 130 E. 67th Street and what made it so special



NANCY OC: When my family moved across town to the Upper East Side, I didn’t know what to expect. After all, I had lived my entire life on the Upper West side of Manhattan. But when I was introduced to our new home here, at 130 E. 67th Street, I was awestruck. Designed by the esteemed architect, Charles Platt, it was completed in 1908, and designated a city landmark in 1980…  

Video: To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation

To Celebrate Life raises money to support nonprofit organizations that provide services to low income or underserved populations facing a possible breast cancer diagnosis. The Foundation wanted to produce a video that told their story in a compelling way, addressing potential grantees and donors alike. Lanny collaborated with a Bay Area videographer and acted as associate producer.


WOMAN OC: One of my biggest fears when I was diagnosed was how was I going to keep my family afloat.

ANNCR VO: The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most affluent in the country, yet thousands among us are just scraping by. One out of 10 lives below the poverty level. For those who are struggling with breast cancer, a medical crisis can quickly become a financial crisis.

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