How Things Have Changed For Us In 2021
A lot has been said about how this year has been unique. Hardly any of the brands and partners we work with have gone through 2020 without some change to the way they do business, and our studio is no exception. As we near the end of this eventful year, we wanted to take a look back and reflect on some of the larger changes that our studio has undergone.
The Home Office
As is the case with most people, our office is the closest thing to a second home. It’s where we spend most of our waking hours and it’s where we get to create the kind of work that wows our clients and makes us proud to be part of the DHD Films team. Thanks to the pandemic, that second home found itself relocating to our main home. Starting on March 17th, the entire DHD Films team shifted to a work-from-home setup.
We weren’t the only ones working from home, and with a large majority of the country’s workforce in remote working situations, most conferences, annual meetings, and large industry events had to pivot quickly. Luckily, our extensive experience in producing live events easily translated into the new Virtual Events arena. In the blink of an eye, we set up state-of-the-art systems to handle even the most complex live-streaming events. From in-studio segments, to remote guests and on-location streaming, we offer solutions at any scale. Moreover, our Virtual Events evolved to soar past bland multi-user Zoom calls, to provide true interactive experiences with the kind of production value and engagement that people are used to experiencing in person.