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Reel Partners Media

The difference between us and other video production firms is we’re experienced journalists who know how to find and tell powerful stories that get results. Please contact us for a free consultation.

Latest Projects: We created this mini-documentary-style video, and one other, for a fundraising gala in Boston for commercial fishermen. A few hundred people attended the event, including Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker.

This video helped a real estate developer rent luxury apartments in a very competitive market.

Client Testimonials:
“I’m very glad we chose Reel Partners for this important assignment. The two videos more than met our expectations and they were a big, big part of our successful Boston event. Working with Phil and Mark over the weeks it took to produce these works was a pleasure. There was never a rough spot or even a moment when I was in doubt. If you need a professional video that really hits home, hire these guys.”
--John Hahesy, PretiSTRATEGIES
In regards to two videos we created for the Fishing Partnership.

'Phil and Mark were great to work with and they produced some amazing videos for CIL. We would definitely recommend using them for your next video project!'
-- Crissy Krisko, Marketing Communications Manager Cambridge Isotope Laboratories

Sample Our Work
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This video was created for a real estate developer to promote his $91 million luxury apartment complex.

Mark created the concept of the Drink of the Week video series and the Dorm Room Chef video series for the and

Successful nonprofits get the word out. This video continues to inspire. Learn about it and about our other projects for nonprofits.

The Grafton Country Store looks old fashioned but behind its nostalgic veneer are cutting edge communication systems from Verizon.

We created this employee recruitment video for Cambridge Isotope Laboratories.

This video was created for Bike to the Sea, Inc. to help raise awareness and money to pave a portion of the Northern Strand Community Trail in Revere, Mass.