What a pleasure to work with these creatives.
Full service media production. When you're looking for video or multi-media production, the task can be intimidating.
Sure, we're a video production company, but we're a lot more...
With Color Bars, every production we shoot will come alive with experienced, top-flight direction and editing at no extra charge -- whether you're spending several hundred dollars or several thousand. We've produced award-winning videos for Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, high tech firms, automotive suppliers, as well as small com
panies too. Our integrated, unique production system and staff streamlines the entire development process, making your project hassle-free and cost effective! Social media has changed the rules and you hope the people you hire are creative, intelligent, hard-working, and of course, experienced. But you also hope that they are nice and enjoy what they do -- ultimately making your experience more enjoyable as well. The courteous professionals at Color Bars understand your deadlines, budgets, and concerns, and want you to enjoy the creative process too! With Color Bars you can use all of our services and get all of the bargain. Whether you're planning a full marketing video or delivering video for online social media, or any other deliverable such as broadcast and cable television, or digital signage Color Bars has got you covered.
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What a pleasure to work with these creatives.
We're proud to be a purpose-driven team. To honor some of our remarkable employees, we've created a video series. Watch social worker Cheryl Green’s personal story about her why and the special gifts she shares with the Fairlane Dialysis Center patients.
Watch Mohamed Saleh's story and see how he, an ER nurse and Safety Coordinator at Henry Ford Medical Center – Fairlane and Ford Road, lives our core values
Watch Levelle Cunningham’s personal story and see how his regular visits with an elderly customer changed his life forever. Levelle works as a customer service quality analyst at Health Alliance Plan - HAP and we’re inspired by how he continuously embodies our core values of compassion, innovation, respect and results.
Watch Mary Vera's My Why story and see why she, a medical technologist in the Core Stat Lab at Henry Ford Hospital, believes lab samples are not just numbers, but people…people counting on accurate results.
Shooting for the the Detroit Design Center at Interlochen Center for the Arts.
I’m very proud that Henry Ford Health System chose Color Bars, Inc. to produce a series of micro documentaries called My Why. They are the personal stories of HFHS employees and how they live the core values of the system. The first six were premiered at a red carpet event held at the Emagine theater in Royal Oak. It was a wonderful event and a great way launch to the series. hashtag#redcarpet hashtag#mywhy hashtag#henryfordhealthsystem hashtag#colorbarsinc
The City of Warren has begun an ambitious program called MI WARREN. It’s designed to draw attention to some of the great things about living, working or starting a business in Warren.
Here are a few of the TV spots we’ve created for the campaign.
Watch “MI WARREN - PROPER TOOLING - MIW-PT-TV-30” on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/255971103?ref=em-share
MI WARREN - DRAGONMEAD MICROBREWING – BUSINESS
MI WARREN - LITTLE DOOR THEATER - LIVE PLAYS Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/255982999?ref=em-share
MI WARREN - KUHNHENN BREWING COMPANY - GOOD BUSINESS -Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/257737541?ref=em-share
MI WARREN - DRAGONMEAD MICROBREWING - AWARD WINNING BEER
This is "MI WARREN - DRAGONMEAD MICROBREWING - AWARD WINNING BEER" by Color Bars, Inc. on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love…
The story of two cities united by a scuplture on their border. The sculpture is the work of Erik and Israel Nordin of the Detroit Design Center. This short film…
Detroit is being refueled with creativity. It feeds our progress. Our city sees its own bright future filled with expression, freedom and possibilities. This video…
I have been fortunate to work with many talented people over the years and none more talented than Erik and Israel Nordin from the Detroit Design Center. I'm very happy that they again chose us to produce this video for their latest sculpture called The Seed.
The latest sculpture from the Nordin brothers at the Detroit Design Center is called The Seed. It was commissioned by the City of Sterling Heights to thank the residents…
THE SAILS OF TWO CITIES - Nordin Brothers Episode 1
Episode 1 - a short documentary film on the creation of a large scale public sculpture for Grosse Pointe Park. The sculpture celebrates Grosse Pointe Park and…
Color Bars is proud of our recent collaboration with the Detroit Design Center and the Detroit Medical Center (DMC). In the creation of the LifeTrees video, now featured on the Virgin website.
Detroit, one of the world’s great comeback cities. Over the next few months we’ll be spending time with the entrepreneurs, artists and musicians helping to restore the city to its former glory, through a new wave of passion and innovation. First up, we head over to the Detroit Design Centre to m...
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The Sails of Two Cities is a sculpture created by the Detroit Design Center for the City of Grosse Pointe Park.
Spark is a collection of sculptures created by the Nordin Brothers from the Detroit Design Center.
The Seed, is a scuplture created by the Detroit Design Center for The City of Sterling Heights.
The annual EyesOn Design car show is in the running to be crowned the best car show in America by USA TODAY 10Best! Staged at the beautiful Edsel & Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, EyesOn Design Car Show is a major source of funding for Henry Ford Health System Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology’s research, education and support group programs for the visually impaired. Vote here: http://ow.ly/HVGQ30kYJ2t.
It's always a great time shooting for The DMC Heart Hospital and the Detroit Design Center.
A kinetic typography spot we recently created for Ottaway Communications and Advantage Oakland.
Is 10,000 steps per day an arbitrary number for maintaining optimal fitness? Stephanie Rejc, an exercise physiologist from the DMC explains why that number was is important.
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