These days, you don’t find many companies that built their reputation on delivering measurable results (and have the proof to back it up). Yet this is exactly what we’ve done at Crisp Video.
We developed a method for telling your law firm’s story in a way that creates emotional appeal while sharing what separates you from a sea of competitors. It’s an approach proven to grow caseloads, attract high-value clients and multiply revenue.
The fact is, you won’t find another company that cares and is as vested in your success as Crisp Video. This singular passion for telling our clients’ stories in a remarkable way occupies every waking moment. It’s what gets us up in the morning and quite often keeps us working long into the night.
Top-level video work is the heart of our business — it creates change, delivers value and drives growth. These are the people behind the scenes who make the magic happen. A razor-sharp team of videographers, writers, editors and marketers all focused on crafting your message in ways that resonates with your audience, while delivering incredible results.
There’s always a way, if you’re committed.
In college he took the MCAT and got into Medical School. Being an entrepreneur at heart, he instead decided to start a video marketing company by the name of Crisp Video Group.
He was turned down 21 times in a row on the way to signing Crisp Video’s first client (pitch #22). As a result, 22 is his lucky number.
The incredible team I get to work with each and every day. I love the results-driven culture that we have at Crisp Video Group and how vested each and everyone one of our team members are in our clients’ success. It’s truly remarkable to see the impact we continue to make in the lives and businesses’ of our clients. I’m grateful to have the opportunity to work with absolute rockstars, who somehow manage to put up with me pushing us at 100 miles per hour since Day 1.
“Hi team! It’s me again!” [insert email, reminder email #1, reminder email #2 and text message.]
Jessica has a crazy travel endurance. She once flew 175k miles in one calendar year. She will outfly you if given the opportunity.
She makes a lot of Asian jokes, but don’t worry! Jessica is half-Asian, so she’s actually just making fun of herself all day.
The people. The people. And the people. I work with the most talented and hardworking group of people, and our clients make our job so rewarding.
I don’t know about this one, guys…
Filming for the Atlanta Humane Society inspired me to adopt my cat, D. Adams
Coffee helps everything.
To grow creatively you need to take risks… and Crisp allows space for me to try new ideas.
This better get 11+ likes on Instagram…
She loves her extensive planner, including stickers and multi-colored highlighters, to get the job done.
When she isn’t sending e-mails, talking to clients, or writing pre-production, Devin’s working on her pop culture trivia so that she knows who everyone is when she becomes a seat filler at the Oscars. She’ll keep Leonardo DiCaprio’s seat warm while he’s in the bathroom.
I love the team. I feel constantly challenged to be my best self. Crisp fosters a sense of inclusivity amongst the team, no matter the position or title, that I love being a part of.
Ba (don’t ask).
He personally prefers working with as many computer monitors as possible.
Being a T1 diabetic means that low blood sugar = the entire office scrambling to find sugar filled items. Also, he’s allergic to everything (according to Devin).
Each person working here genuinely loves what they do, wants to succeed, and wants to help each other exceed.
Michael, it’s time for your next call/meeting. [5 minutes later] Michael, it’s still time for your next call/meeting.
She can take notes and assign action items like it’s her job. Which it is.
Marian enjoys binge watching Dateline with her husband and traveling back to “the D” (Detroit) to visit family and friends.
The feeling of accomplishment after a goal has been reached and the realization that all the hard work has paid off.
Some days I amaze myself. Some days I put my keys in the fridge.
I come into work a few hours early to get a head start each day. I also drink a massive amount of Dunkin Donuts iced coffee. It's concerning to my coworkers.
I have 2 dogs, 2 cats and 2 kids.
I love the flexibility and the camaraderie.
It’s time for my afternoon cup of coffee.
I'm the go-to person for food recommendations in Atlanta. I've been everywhere.
I found a way to balance my love of UNC Basketball with my love of Crisp by finding ways to watch basketball at work (don't tell Michael).
I love there is something new to learn and try every day. The people here are not scared to push the boundaries in order to not only be better at our work but also to be better people.
Life is the art of drawing without an eraser, don’t worry about what it could’ve been, make it happen
I always arrive early and stay late to finish my work and try to stay ahead.
When I’m not editing or shooting, I’m either watching films or playing too much guitar!
The collaboration with such a passionate team!
It looks great, except there’s a typo.
I'm verified on Yelp. Next step: Twitter.
I've seen the Queen of England in person.
The people here are unlike anyone I've ever met before. I've never been part of such a compassionate, loyal, and supportive team.
‘But, grandmother, what big eyes you have,’ she said. ‘The better to see you with, my dear,’ responds the wolf.
I love puzzles: I dare you to give me a problem she can’t solve.
When I'm not creating stories for Crisp, you can find me telling silly stories on the stand-up scene.
I love that I am able to create stories that clients are proud to show to not only their clients, but excited to share with their loved ones.
“When you choose your friends, don’t be short-changed by choosing personality over character.” – Somerset Maugham
When I'm feeling low on energy or enthusiasm, you can find me doing sprints outside to get my blood flowing during work hours.
I send an inspirational quote of the day to the team every morning to get us all ready to crush our goals.
The pace and drive of sales – and our ability to solve real-world problems for our clients.
So how many times can I follow up with a client before it becomes annoying…?
I like organizing for fun…spreadsheets are usually my tool of choice.
When I'm not working, I'm spending all my time (and money) trying out the latest hair/beauty trends.
I love working with such motivated & dedicated people, it keeps me going, even on my off days.
This is the best thing since sliced bread!
I love being on the phone and connecting with people all over the country to solve a common challenge.
When I'm not at work, you’ll find me cuddled up with my kitty Tito watching the latest Law and Order SVU.
We’re all one team working towards one common goal. We hold each other accountable while being extremely supportive. Everyone strives to be the best that they can be.
"Every now and then it helps to be a little deaf…That advice has stood me in good stead. Not simply in dealing with my marriage, but in dealing with my colleagues.” – Ruth Bader Ginsburg
I live in a state of organized chaos (color-coded planners, yet my scribbles/writing is all over the place and on 20 different sticky notes…it makes sense).
Music keeps my insanity in check, so you’ll usually find me with headphones on when I'm head down working on multiple projects or jamming out in my car before/after work.
Other than the fact that the team with whom I work are incredibly hard-working, innovative, and challenge me every day, I love the fact that I get to make clients' lives better by innovating their business and helping them to stand apart from everyone else. That creative, brainstorming process is what I live for, and I love that I get to conceptualize ideas as far out as possible without fearing that my leash has gone too far. I’m able to truly be myself, and work in such a way that’s the most productive for me.
Wanting to be someone else is a waste of who you are.
I would edit every single and day and night if I could, but my family and dog won’t allow it.
When I'm not at work, I'm usually still capturing stories. I enjoy documenting current events and things that I find to be history in the making.
The challenge, the friendships, and the ability to be creative on a daily basis.
“A witty saying proves nothing.” – Voltaire
I change my workspace daily. It keeps things spicy.
When I'm not working hard making videos, I'm working hard making memes.
I’m always focused on growing in my craft and as a person in general. Working with such a talented and honest team gives me that opportunity.
“For I am Costanza, lord of the idiots.”- George Costanza
I enjoy editing while listening to music that’s tonally the exact opposite of whatever I'm editing. This helps me make sure the visuals get the brand message without the music carrying it.
I'm a huge fan of esports/competitive video games. Primarily Super Smash Bros. Melee. The growth of that industry really fascinates me.
I love that editing here means you get to write the narrative of the video.
"Okay... But is there a process?"
I can be found in my invisible bubble where I'm auditing, booking travel... You name it, I'm on it.
I once convinced my boyfriend to hike the Camino de Santiago, a 500 mile trek across northern Spain with me. There's something about getting pushed outside your comfort zone and finishing something way harder than you thought you could achieve that's way too great to miss.
I love that I'm constantly challenged and asked to figure things out that I may not have the answers to at the time. And getting to ring the gong.
"If it doesn't challenge you, it won't change you."
When I'm not making phone calls, scheduling meetings, or drafting proposals, I'm likely to be found getting my zen on at Dancing Dogs Yoga.
I've tried all 34 flavors of cheesecake at The Cheesecake Factory.
The constant support and feedback I receive from my team.
"You sort of start thinking anything's possible if you've got enough nerve."
My idea of relaxation is a glass of wine and organizing things into a color-coded spreadsheet.
When not at work, I spend my time getting judged by my incredibly judgey dog named Bennie.
The vast opportunity to learn new things and create new to-do lists.
"There are no mistakes, only opportunities.”
To me, business is like biology (my major in college). Each team is like an organelle -- you have to make sure each subunit has the right instructions, resources, and nurturing.
I love Improv! I've performed in NYC, and Orlando. I'm not very good, but it's so much fun.
I love that Operations allows me to work with every team member. It's an honor to help our teams innovate processes, and work together to achieve our goals.
"The question isn't who is going to let me; it's who is going to stop me."
I am almost 99% guaranteed to get carpal tunnel from trying to write and type too fast at some point.
You will find me belting out show tunes anywhere that has good acoustics.
I love the passion that everyone puts behind their work at Crisp!
"This too shall pass."
I give no obligation hugs. If you just need one and don't want to explain why, I'm your girl!
I love to read the fun facts on top of Snapple lids more than I like actual Snapple drinks.
In this environment, no one is complacent and everyone is necessary!
"Attack every day with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind."
Obsessed with my sports teams. During football season it's the worst, I may be a bit over the top. Go Pack Go!
I have two Dalmatians, and if I could I'd add another 99 in a heartbeat.
The energy is literally electric in this building, and everyone is amazing to work with! I can't wait to look back on all of our hard work together years from now.
"Why not us?"
I love taking notes but I have the WORST handwriting.
When I'm watching my favorite team play I don't cheer until the game is over.
I love the passion everyone has for their craft.
While effort is a key to success, it’s not a substitute for tangible results. You see, achieving results at the highest levels isn’t just a matter of trying harder. You must take the right action. Take the wrong one and you can accelerate failure, regardless of how much effort you put forth.
When adversity appears, it’s easy to focus on the negatives. Yet when you have a growth mindset, you concentrate efforts on solutions instead of problems. So rather than dwelling on the past, you put proper attention on what’s needed to move forward.
If you’re committed to entrepreneurial endeavors, you owe it to yourself and your family to achieve the highest results. So give all you have, no matter the task or the time of day.
If you can’t commit to being better today than yesterday, you’re okay with being average. After all, the same actions day in and day out don’t deliver improved results. True growth requires always pushing past new levels of discomfort.
The single ingredient shared at the highest levels of achievement is consistency. You must be willing to take repeated actions and adjust them based on feedback. After all, the best results come from incremental progress and improvements over an extended period of time.
To truly engage in your work, you must own it. There’s no cutting corners. You must hold yourself accountable for quality and timeliness, even when the outcome doesn’t bring you direct benefits.
Our clients give us the opportunity to do the things we love on a daily basis. Their success feeds our success. So there is no greater reward than seeing their reactions when our work not only fulfills their vision, but also surpasses their expectations.