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Thanks for your consideration of Content-1. We're excited about the possibilities.

We appreciate that you are considering working with Content-1. We want to do all we can to help make your decision an easy one by providing you with helpful information. This page has been developed to serve as a location Swan Financial can access at any time to review past work.

Content-1 Video

During a recent conversation between Kirk Hilbrecht and Eddie Sexton the topic of video services in care of Swan Financial was discussed. Content-1 would like to have the opportunity to explore working with Swan to help with a number of phases involved in video production including:

  • Planning

  • Writing

  • Storyboarding

  • Producing and directing

  • Shooting

  • Editing

  • After Effects and animation

  • Sound design

  • Distribution

No two projects are the same. Each has it's own goals, audience and production value, not to mention budget that must be taken into consideration. Content-1 puts together the right production resources for each project. Teams are assembled based on the needs of each video production. This flexibility gives us the ability to deliver on target, on time and on budget for highly produced broadcast television spots to the most simple webinar, and everything in-between.


We thought it would be helpful to share some of our past video work to give you a feel for a number of different kinds of projects and animation we have helped clients produce. Please take a moment to review the videos below. These samples of our work lean more toward broadcast television spots or longer versions of videos within the same genre.

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Video Review

Brown-Forman Mint Julep

The Kentucky Derby is the perfect time to introduce the Ultimate Mint Julep. Brown-Forman put together the perfect ingredients with Woodford Reserve Select Bourbon served in a gold plated julep cup. This wasn't just any Julep. This one would set Derby goers back $1,000 each.

This spot appeared online, in broadcast, and even on screens throughout Churchill Downs during Derby week.

US Wireless Spot

Animation is sometimes the answer, as it was with the development of the US Wireless television spot. After Effects animation can be used to produce animated sequences for parts of videos or to produce completely animated pieces. When needed, 3-D animation resources are also available. 

Humana Perfect Service

The Perfect Service sums-up the expectations Humana has for customer interactions. This video rolled-out for use within the company for HR purposes and is included in many other corporate presentations. The format and motion found within the video lend themselves to shorter commercial versioning as well.

IML Team Video

Interactive Media Lab needed a promotional video that communicated the "one source for all things multimedia" theme the company was founded on, while highlighting the team approach to client work. This video is fast paced and funny while managing to cover a wide variety of company service. 

Humana Vitality

The Humana Vitality video is a good representation of quality communication on a very tight timeline and budget. From concept to finished product, this video was produced in two days.


The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary needed an overview video that would include student perspectives while communicating the church's mission. This multi-functional video was distributed across many channels and has been used for many purposes over time.

UofL Cardinal Athletic Fund Video

This long-format video is used for fundraising purposes for the University of Louisville Cardinal Athletic Fund. It has been used online, connected through email and played on screens at UofL basketball games in the Yum! Center in it's long form and in 30 second "TV spot" versions

Dow Corning Secret Agent Video

This long-format video communicates competitor's use of secret extending agents in their formulas that result in an inferior and cheap end product. The film noir format pokes fun at the idea of taking short-cuts when producing sealants.

Let's us know what you think

To learn more or to schedule a time to get meet, please contact:

Kirk Hilbrecht 



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