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Working with Zehno on this shoot was a whole different experience, and we got a much stronger sense about how to do shoots in a smart way. We had a lot of the pieces already in place — like the casting call — but now we know how to go from good to great.
Heather Busch Creative Services Manager, says about John Tyler Community College’s brand launch photo shoot
Zehno brings to us that ability to step outside our normal work to see the bigger picture. Having Zehno be that resource has encouraged me as the manager of this division to take a more strategic look at what we are doing.
Kate Maine University Relations VP, says about branding a new, multi-campus institution, University of North Georgia
I think the whole literary-magazine vibe was brilliant for us. It gives it an identity that is our own. And literary magazine not only as a size, but as a concept. It has helped me as the editor to think about what kinds of stories I should put in. They should be elevated, thoughtful, imaginative — not just a record of what happened.
Nancy Brokaw Editor, says about the Bryn Mawr magazine redesign
Wow! This is a game-changer in admissions videos. From the close-up shot of the girl’s eyes, I was hooked.
Judge InspireED School Marketers Brilliance Awards, says about Ursuline Academy’s brand video
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