We enjoyed working with this immensely talented trio of musicians in creating a promotional video, featuring interviews we filmed and intertwining past performances. Michelle Lundy (harpist), Carole Bean (flutist) and Ruth Wicker (violist) needed a promotional video to send to potential venues so we helped organize performance videos and filmed […]
Here are some of our video based projects.
UNCF called on PTP to film a group of twenty participants of the Walton-UNCF K-12 Education Fellowship program. When participants were between sessions at a large conference in Washington, DC, we filmed quick multi-cam interviews with each, asking them about their experience. Student Tiyanna Stewart tells her story about how […]
Kikis with Louie is a web series featuring honest, deep conversations about the most challenging issues facing queer youth: relationships, sexuality, health, culture, and more. Gemal was tasked with being the technical director for the project that traveled across the country, interviewing people from various places and walks of life […]
Last month, EOBA’s community garden got some extra TLC thanks to Rebuilding Together, Oakland/East Bay and DPR Construction. EOBA appreciated all the hard work of so many volunteers who spent the day building, repairing, pruning and more! Check out the video to see how it all came together!
The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act is gone and in its place is the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). ESSA promised to put decision making for our nation’s schools back where it belongs – in the hands of local educators, parents, and communities. We produced this short animation for the NEA to […]
American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen is public media’s long-term commitment to supporting community-based solutions to the dropout crisis. Supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), more than 100 public radio and television stations have joined forces with over 1,400 partners and at-risk schools across 40 states. WHUT, Washington’s local PBS […]
Park Triangle’s Creative Director, Gemal Woods was contracted to shoot a “visual study” of the United States Institute for Peace building. These are just a few select clips from the brief exploration of this spectacular building’s interiors and exteriors.
Park Triangle was contracted to build visuals for a promotional video produced by Imagination Inc., for Howard University in Washington, DC. We spent several days on campus to gather images of student life as the campus began to wind down at the close of the spring semester.