Here’s My Chance, a cause marketing group, is expanding quite rapidly and is looking to build its stable of reliable and talented video, motion graphics, and infographic talent. Our projects are generally for non profit or cause based organizations and thought leaders hoping to take complicated issues and dumb them down for the average person. Our work is high energy and fast paced, with great pay and a sense of accomplishment because of the client and subject.
So we ask you….are you as cool as this guy?
IMMEDIATE NEEDS: MOTION GRAPHIC AND INFO GRAPHIC CREATIVES
Interested Applicants should go to: http://heresmychance.wufoo.com/forms/heres-my-chance-motion-graphic-talent/
Looking for creative/animation talent with familiarity creating motion graphic videos, including involved animation and kinetic text styles. Able to work directly with clients from idea creation, to script development, to storyboard, and final animation. Average value per contract can range from $1500 – $10,000 depending on the need for the client. Most clients we work with focus on taking important and complicated issues and boiling them down into 1:30 min thought provoking videos. Contract period can range from 3-6 weeks per video and expected 24 man hours per project.
Infographic design talent a bonus as well.
3+ years working with After Effects, Flash animation, Adobe Photoshop, Graphic Design
Able take involved and complicated topics like politics, conservation, education reform, etc and simply a plus
Agency Experience a plus
Able to work in teams
Able to work independently and remotely if needed
We all have heard of Greenpeace. We know their stunts and antics. So it is no surprise that their use of video is equally as effective. Before YouTube, we would see the visuals and clips on the news of the Rainbow Warrior sailing the globe, engaging with whaling fleets and illegal fisherman, coal transports and tiber rigs. We knew that Greenpeace was loud and active and sometimes a little crazy. But at the end of the day, we knew. That is a powerful result. And they were only relying on the news to pick up their stories.
But in this day and age, anyone can spread the word on powerful messages. So how has Greenpeace evolved. Take a look at a few of these clips and let us know if you feel compelled to get involved or share the video with a friend.
Also, if anyone knows folks at Greenpeace campaigns, I would love the chance to speak with them about their efforts and what lessons that have for up and coming non profit leaders looking to spread their message through video. Contact me at email@example.com
Thanks all. And happy viewing.
Here is some awesomeness!
Here’s My Chance rallied over 50 people to participate in the launch of The Israel Conversation Project (ICP) at the Israeli Presidential Conference 2011 #tomorrow2011 in a flashmob of consciousness #flashtomorrow. Our goal was to use such a unique event to raise awareness around the issues important to today’s young leaders.
ICP was created to provide Israel focused organizations a platform to share their stories and inspire action for their causes.
ICP will allow anyone in the world to start and join thought provoking conversations about topics critical to Israel’s future, like education, peace relations, security, poverty, image, and more.
The flash mob was a thank you to President Peres and should be seen as a call to action to join the conversation.
The Israel Conversation Project
Take a look at some of the organizations, causes and thought leaders represented:
Make a Wish Foundation
Camp Twin Lakes
Israeli President’s Conference
LGBTQ Human Rights
Inclusion for All
It’s been a busy week for HMC. For one we have an AWESOME new site created by Seth Elalouf. Many props to Seth for his great work in short time. Go sign up, so we can let you in really early for our Beta. It’s all for great causes!!
NEW SITE:- http://www.heresmychance.com <– Check it out
HMC has been all over the place for the President’s Conference in Israel (known as #tomorrow2011 on twitter).
Here is a quick blurb from the site above that speaks to how special this event is…
“The Israeli Presidential Conference has become an international media event. The diverse content and fascinating speakers have ensured that hundreds of local and international reporters have covered the Conference. Tomorrow’s tidings will be debated in the new and traditional media and in two years alone, the Conference has become “must” event for media networks and leading journalists.”
HMC met so many awesome people and heard so many inspiring voices. Take a look at some of the photos from the conference that we were able to capture.
Opening Ceremony at #tomorrow2011
Marketing Panel at #tomorrow2011 including:
Ms. Sophie Blum, Israel, General Manager and Israel House of Innovation founder, Procter and Gamble
Dr. Stanley Greenberg, USA, CEO, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner; Polling Advisor to The Israel Project and an array of political leaders; Author of Dispatches from the War Room: In the Trenches with Five Extraordinary Leaders (2009)
Mr. Simon Harrop, UK, CEO, BRAND sense agency
Mr. Maurice Levy, Chairman and CEO, Publicis Groupe
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPP; Recipient of Alumni Achievement Award, Harvard Business School; Member, Executive Committee, International Business Council, World Economic Forum
HMC’s David Gloss with Dan Ariely
HMC Meets punkjews Evan Kleinman
There will be plenty more great videos and photos coming soon. We even have a FLASH MOB to show off! To get live up to date coverage follow @israelconvo on Twitter for our Israel Conversation Project.
Also, show us some love and sign up at HERESMYCHANCE.COM
Ben Underwood is the defintion of Inspiration. He lost his eyes at 2 years old when they were surgically removed due to Cancer.
You think that stopped him… HELL NO!
He is 14 years old and can play video games, skate fearlessly and walk around and tell you everything around him without seeing a thing! His mother has been a huge supporter and helped shape the man that he became.
Ben is truly REMARKABLE and believed that you CAN do anything!
Check out his video HERE!
What have you seen that is truly an inspiration? Try and inspire someone today with this video.