This promotional video was created to explain the band’s efforts to raise funds for new facilities. Created in partnership with the Auburn University College of Liberal Arts, we crafted this piece to get the students’ perspective on the need and benefit for updated buildings.
On November 14, 2015, the Auburn University Marching Band performed a “Back to the Future”-themed show, which featured a short film, created by Brazzell Video, which starred Aubie the Tiger. The film played on college football’s largest video board while the band provided the soundtrack, live on the field. Watch Aubie …
A 30-sec spot featuring specially-trained dogs working at Union Station in Washington D.C. as well as Auburn-graduate and NFL Quarterback Cam Newton. Brazzell Video had the pleasure of both filming and editing this piece for Auburn University’s Office of Communications and Marketing.
With Brazzell Video, you are not only getting professional-quality shooting and editing, but also crisp, creative, and attention-grabbing motion graphics. Check out a selection of Alan’s recent motion graphics work.
This video created to open the TALONS event at Auburn University for the brightest prospective students. Using visual elements from the events’ branding and printed materials, this video gives a virtual tour of Auburn University’s campus and several aspects of the collegiate atmosphere there.
A compilation of the best shots of the Auburn University Marching Band from the 2013 football season. From practice all the way through the game day, follow the members of one of the most spirited collegiate bands around.
Auburn’s mascot, Aubie, asked for my help in creating an intro video for his annual highlight video. So, I sat down with this fun-loving tiger and we came up with a concept that would show his personality and love for his university. Check out what we came up with!
Brazzell Video was called upon to film, create motion graphics, and consult on the edit for Auburn’s 2013 Commercial. This is the second version of the commercial produced by Auburn University’s Office of Communication and Marketing.