Pyramide owners are obsessed with Seattle-based intimates company TomboyX. Not only do they make great intimate apparel, but they stand for something. They are a local business with a mission to make “underwear that any body could feel comfortable in, regardless of where they [fall] on the size or gender spectrum.” Check out their top 6 best movies to watch in your underwear! We figured you probably already guessed numero uno…
–S.R. Davidson, Pyramide Staff Writer…
January 29, 2018
On February 12th, Pyramide Productions will turn 15 years old! To celebrate our Sweet 15, we’ll be hosting a happy hour! We hope you’ll join us:
Thursday, February 8th
Our offices in Redmond
Our company was founded by Pamela Chiriboga in the winter of 2003. By that time, she had already worked the Cannes Film circuit and had produced for USA Networks in New York, before making her way to the Northwest. Upon arriving, she found herself working with Microsoft as a Producer….
Pyramide is a women-owned company and that’s a pretty unique find in our overlapping worlds of tech and video. Hear more from our staff:
–S.R. Davidson, Pyramide Staff Writer…
Pyramide is hiring!
Title: Shooter/Editor, full-time
We are a corporate video production company based in Redmond and our primary focus is on the technology industry. Projects range from interviews, talking head videos, software demos, and a few times a year, larger web commercial productions.
We are a collaborative team of about 10 individuals and among us, we have 95% of everything we need to do our work in house. Each of us has things we do very well and other things that we are interested in learning….
Pyramide Producer, Mindie Lind, recently paired up with Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) to create an animated video for their Community Banking Month Conference.
Our clients wanted to illustrate the benefits of and visioning around community banking. They also wanted to distinguish community banks from mega banks in a fun, engaging, and easy to watch video. To help them achieve these goals, we focused on highlighting the closeness of community and made sure that the design elements related to community banking were bright,…
The goal of our 2017 company video was to showcase the gear that makes our work possible, and to really highlight the technology by incorporating some fun graphic components. Congrats to James, Tanem, Tommy, and Sameen for making it happen!
We hope you enjoy this little taste of all that Pyramide Productions has to offer:…
Whether your company is re-branding, thinking about shifting gears, or looking for a new way to publicize, you need video.
Creating a company video is a great way to announce changes to clients and introduce yourself to new prospects. It also gives you a chance to clarify your vision and rally your team, getting everyone excited and on the same page. From script writing and pre-production, to shooting and post, we can help you find your message and communicate it through video….
Pyramide Producer, Aaron Bollinger, and DP, James Semivan, recently returned from a whirlwind trip to England and Russia for two projects with Microsoft. We’re passionate about getting just the right shot for our clients and that isn’t always easy. “We’re a Swiss army knife,” James noted, and he’s right. Whether it’s figuring out new travel plans at the eleventh hour, or finding creative ways to communicate when faced with a language barrier, we have the skills and drive needed to get our clients the best content for their story….
We love working with Expedia. In the past, worked with them to create a number of animation videos focused on tool use and client education. This year, they sent us on national and international adventures to produce videos that highlight their people, properties, and products.
For these shoots, we’ve focused on creating two kinds of videos. In both cases, we’re all about finding and telling compelling stories, but the approach is different depending on the client’s goals. The first kind of video is a case study or customer testimonial that features one or two subjects,…
We’re excited to share that two videos we recently created for Microsoft Inspire were just published on Microsoft’s Inspiring Partners page. Congrats to Aaron Bollinger who produced both videos and everyone who had a hand in these projects!
The first video centers on how a visionary tech company (masking as an international pizza franchise called Dodo Pizza!) is transforming technology in their industry:
The second follows Track’em, an asset management company, from their early struggles to becoming a leading innovator in the field:
We’re excited to announce that a video we completed recently won a Telly Award! To celebrate, we’ll dive a little deeper into the project with Pyramide Producer, Aaron Bollinger and Art Director, Tanem Davidson.
The Telly Awards were founded in the 1970s to honor “the best in TV and Cable, Digital and Streaming, and Non-Broadcast Productions.” Every year, they receive 13,000+ submissions from all over the country and world.
Our winning video was completed for Microsoft’s World Wide Public Sector (WWPC) Team….
This is the launch of our new blog. Future blog posts will include company updates, client education resources, project releases, and the video production news. Thanks for reading and stay tuned!…