Want to capture audience attention from the minute your show starts? Work with CEAVCO Audio Visual’s Creative Services team to design and produce a dramatic opening video that sets the scene and creates curiosity and excitement around the event.
For example, here’s a short video that merges the mystical qualities of New Mexico (the event’s location) with the big, bold energy of the aviation industry. Thoughtfully designed and well-produced opening videos can do more than engage audiences — they can spur audience enthusiasm, encouraging audiences to think and talk and share ideas throughout the entire event.
In this video clip, CEAVCO Resource Coordinator Sara Horle talks about the importance of teamwork at CEAVCO Audio Visual. At CEAVCO, every single department has a role in and impact on every client event we design and produce. Every team member contributes to the show’s success.
As Sara notes, CEAVCO’s operations team and production team work closely together to coordinate every single detail of each show, from trucking and labor and gear to client communications and venue logistics and staging. At CEAVCO, collaboration is the name of the game – and a key reason why our clients educate, engage, and delight their audiences every time.
What do your event attendees have to say about your event, their careers, or their interests at or outside of work?
Find out by using the power of story to inspire, build connections, and increase understanding. Our Creative Services team can set up StoryCorp-like interviews to give your attendees the opportunity to share event highlights, details about what called them to their profession, or events that influenced the course of their careers.
Carefully curated questions – coupled with a professional audio booth and editing – will bring out impactful stories. Those stories are out there in abundance. With our help, you can make sure no good story goes untold.
Jonathan Pinks is an idea man. At CEAVCO Audio Visual, he works to improve client events by holding ideation sessions where he and CEAVCO’s project managers, designers, and other team members brainstorm event ideas. What does Pinks find most important? Truly understanding the client’s challenges and coming up with outside-the-box ideas that best meet the client’s goals. His favorite thing? Bringing a fresh view of the client’s event — something the client and their audience haven’t seen before.
Eric Newkirk is a problem solver. Eric is the VP of Design and Creative at CEAVCO Audio Visual, and every day he and his team take on complex, diverse client challenges and find strategic, innovative ways to address them. It’s no small task. How do they do it? By bringing experience gained from 300+ shows a year to bear on every client engagement.
Matt Emerson, President of CEAVCO Audio Visual, describes how CEAVCO’s video and audio experts, set designers, and creative services staff collaborate closely to share design ideas and strategies for taking every event to the next level.
CEAVCO supports over 300 events a year. For each event, the team begins by holding an ideation session, where the team reviews the client’s needs and specific event goals. The team’s favorite part of the process is brainstorming ideas with clients about how to make each new event even more engaging and successful than the last.
This year, CEAVCO Audio Visual is once again a sponsor of Film on the Rocks at Colorado’s historic Red Rocks Amphitheater. The Denver Film Society is a valued partner of CEAVCO’s, and Red Rocks is one of the ultimate Colorado experiences.
The 18th season of Film on the Rocks includes nine events throughout the summer. Each film is preceded by a live concert and local comedian. The CEAVCO team is especially looking forward to the May 25th showing of the long-awaited Grateful Dead documentary Long Strange Trip. The film includes never-before-seen interviews, footage and photos combined with a career-spanning soundtrack focusing on the Grateful Dead’s live performances.
Located in the foothills of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, Red Rocks is one of the world’s most beautiful venues and is known for its acoustically perfect sound. The first film screened in the program was Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather. Almost 60,000 people attend Film on the Rocks events each year.
2017 Film on the Rocks Schedule:
Superbad – Monday, May 15
Rogue One – Monday, May 22
Long Strange Trip – Thursday, May 25
Dirty Dancing – Monday, June 5
Film on the Rocks Fan Favorite – Monday, June 12
The Fifth Element – Monday, June 19
The Lego Movie – Monday, July 17
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – Thursday, July 20
Twister – Monday, Sept. 11