Last week my firm got the results from the annual national Videographer Awards (now called the Viddy Awards). When I read through our winning entries, I was struck by the range of work, the variety of clients, and the important issues that were covered by the videos. The winning videos discussed non-fatal strangulation and domestic violence; organ donation; the resilience of healthcare workers; the important role that free clinics play in our communities; Chemotherapy contamination and the danger it poses to healthcare workers; the importance of collaboration between hospitals and community organizations to address the social determinants of health; and violence against healthcare workers.
Our clients won a total of 13 awards. The healthcare organizations who were recognized included:
- Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics
- HonorBridge (Donate Life organization based in North Carolina)
- ChemoGlo (Detection of Chemotherapy contamination)
- Renown Health (Healthcare System in Reno, Nevada)
- St. Joseph Hospital (Community Hospital in Bangor Maine)
One of the things that keeps me coming to work every day is knowing that we are creating content that really matters. The results from the 2021 Videographer Awards reminded me of that.