If you've ever walked into a Parisian Bakery, wafting with the scent of fresh cramique brioche and fougasse, you are one of the lucky ones. PAUL Bakery, known for thier decadent French pastries, opened their first U.S. based shop in Washington, D.C. and we helped them spread the word on their grand opening with a fun and mouth-watering snapshot of the exciting event.
Direction and Photography by Jason Colston.
Department of Homeland Security
No one likes to think about bad guys trying to find new ways to harm us where we live and work. Fortunately for us, the Department of Homeland Security has made it their mission to stay one step ahead of any real or imagined threats to our way of life. The Story Store team edited and sound designed this Bombing Prevention open sequence along with several other DHS projects. Produced by PCI Communications
Menhaden may not be on the menu at your favorite fish fry, but they're the peanut butter and jelly of the sea, according to Dr. Carl Safina of The Blue Ocean Institute. In this episode of National Geographic's web series, Cook-Wise, noted chef Barton Seaver spends a day on the Chesapeake Bay with Dr. Safina to learn more about the small oily fish we call Menhaden. (DP, editing, sound by the Story Store team)
Produced by Good Egg Media.
American Community Survey
Using the visual metaphor of a patchwork quilt, the U.S. Census Bureau uses this video to describe an important on-going survey. The quilt is a photo montage made from 700 pictures. Gold Screen Award winner. Editing and graphics by a Story Store Storyteller.