BLUEFOREST BLOG

Matchmaker for Nonprofits

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Oftentimes, many nonprofits may not have the ability to acquire enough sponsors for their various events and activities. This week’s “Kimberly’s Corner” features a company which links nonprofits with those sponsorship opportunities from local and national corporations. Kimberly Corrigan recently spoke with Megan Hennay, Strategy Manager of ZipSprout. ZipSprout works directly with corporations seeking marketing and sponsorship read more »


Facebook is Downgrading Business and Media Posts

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if you rely on Facebook primarily for news from businesses and media outlets, you might have to scroll further. Facebook has made a change to its news feed algorithm regarding the hierarchy between user posts and posts from businesses and media outlets. Posts from Facebook users’ family and friends are now prioritized over those from read more »


Network and Play with Atlantic BT

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Kimberly Corrigan is the host of “Kimberly’s Corner,” an ongoing mini-series which aims to showcase fun events local businesses are holding or inform the public about what services the businesses offer in general. This “Kimberly’s Corner” features Eric, Senior Solution Account Executive, of Atlantic BT. Atlantic BT is a web design firm that specializes in read more »


The Key To Creating A Memorable Story

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by Brendan Bello   The best way to convey a message is through memorable storytelling. At the Nonprofit Storytelling Seminar in June, Blueforest’s very own Ammon Ehrisman taught the essentials of every memorable story. After welcoming many people of various nonprofit organizations, Kimberly Corrigan opened the seminar by introducing herself and Blueforest Studios. Ammon followed read more »


Summer 2016 Interns: Moving On

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The week for Triangle AdFed’s What We Do You Can Too internship program is over. Daniel Engman and Mason Carrara have both had a splendid time learning different areas of advertising at Blueforest Studios. The crammed week included learning how to edit videos in Adobe Premiere Pro, learning how to edit pictures in Photoshop, and read more »


Summer 2016 High School Interns

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This is our fourth year participating in Triangle AdFed’s What We Do You Can Too internship program, or WWDU2, where high school students receive the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the advertising industry for one week. This year we have three interns:  Brendan Bello, Daniel Engman, and Mason Carrara. I am a high school student read more »


Blueforest Studios Inside Look Part 1

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Busy, busy days here at Blueforest Studios. The creative process for building exciting and memorable stories never ends. But we’re never too busy to give you a tour! Over the course of the coming weeks, we will be giving you a look at what goes on inside our studio along with the people who make read more »


The Voice of the Expert Presented in a Creative Way: Keen Strategy

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by Ammon Ehrisman With any creative project, you are going to have lots of possible decisions and you have to be very selective about what you choose.  It was no different when we started working on the Keen Strategy branding video.   As I met with Greg and John I realized that their software was a read more »


Announcing The Blueforest Gives Back Winner!

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Almost three dozen nonprofits have entered our 2nd annual Blueforest Gives Back giveaway. While we would love to make a free video for every applicant, only one could be chosen. The process of selecting a winner was extremely difficult for our judges. We did not always see eye-to-eye, but eventually we came to a consensus. And read more »


Before and After BlueVision

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When creating new videos, sometimes it’s fun to try things that you have never tried before. I love trying a new filming technique, playing with a new camera, pushing my limits in the editing suite, or anything that feels new and exciting. But, sometimes, it’s best to just do the simple things really well and read more »