May, 2016

Lyman Orchards: A Story 275 Years in the Making

When it comes to a story, Lyman Orchards' is long and varied. For 275 years, the Lyman family has owned the same land, bringing it from a small family farm to a thriving organization that offers pick-your-own, retail, golf courses, corn mazes and more. We at Kinetic Media were proud to help tell that story of a special place in Connecticut with a tradition kept alive by so many generations.

 

 

 

The Nurse Effect: How Nurses Have Impacted Patients' Lives

Happy Nurses Week! Our latest production for Johnson & Johnson's Campaign for Nursing's Future is "The Nurse Effect," a series of videos where we hear about the ways nurses have impacted the lives of patients.

From Tom, who is living with HIV, to Julie, whose mother was in hospice care, these patients all shared personal and powerful stories that serve as a reminder of how important to our health and wellbeing. They become family members, counselors, confidantes and friends.

It was an honor to meet all the patients and nurses who participated. We saw plenty of happy tears and reunions!

Go here to see all the videos.

 

 

 

 

Kinetic Media receives three Emmy nominations in 2016

Happy to announce the Kinetic Media team has been nominated for three New England Emmy Awards!

"Waterworks," Part One and Part Two, were nominated in the categories of Societal Concerns Program/Special and Environmental, respectively. Both shows document how central Connecticut residents get a most precious resource -- water, and what happens to that water once its been used. For more info visit ctwaterworks.org.

"Keys to the Sky," about Pratt & Whitney's 90 years of history and legacy in the world of aviation, was nominated in Historical/Cultural Program/Special category. For more info visit keystothesky.org.

All three were produced with Connecticut Public Television.

Congrats to John O'Neill, director/producer, and Katie Warchut, writer/producer!

To see the full list visit newenglandemmy.org. The winners will be announced June 4.