Video Production - Gaber Marketing

Video Production

Paige's Butterfly Run

We Wanted To Do More

We Wanted To Do More

This was an opportunity to show our support in battling pediatric cancer. After designing and deploying the new website, we suggested we be allowed to create a promotional video supporting the new launch and get Paige in the front of the mind again.

We Did It For Free

We Did It For Free

Paige’s Butterfly Run didn’t have the budget for full production, so we did the project for free. We reached out to our friend in video production, Syracuse University student, David Fathers. He worked brilliantly to catch the shots of our young actress and pull out the feeling of the movie. All this at four in the morning on Walton Street downtown.

Thank You to our Student Volunteers!

Thank You to our Student Volunteers!

Jake Gravelding, a Student at Drexel University, also contributed to the cause by engineering all of the audio for our project. A special thank you goes out to him and Jennifer Dickson for getting everyone coordinated. It was a beautiful project to be a part of and also shows what we’re capable of without a big budget.

“Devin has been working with me for over a year, getting me ready to launch a brand new product…didn’t know I needed the help he’s provided, but it turns out his expertise has been invaluable and together we’ve come a long way. His brilliant wizardry has been fantastic…stay tuned and you’ll see how awesome he has been with his marketing strategies. Many thanks to Gaber Marketing!”

-Debbie Burr, Founder of MyPal

“Working with Gaber Marketing Studios and Devin Sardano is enjoyable because their expertise is versatile. We have been exceptionally satisfied with their knowledge of integrated marketing, blogs, SEO, social media marketing, and web design.”

-James E. Reid, Greene & Reid Injury Lawyers

“Devin’s intelligence, wit and comprehensive knowledge regarding how to get the most out of our marketing goals was refreshing. Gaber Marketing helped us find our voice as a company by asking simple questions that made us think about ourselves in a different light.”

-Syracuse ATM