By Adam Nielson, Creative Director of Branded Experience, Kaleidoscope Pictures
A couple of years ago, I hosted an axe-throwing bachelor party for a friend. As the axes flew, I struck up a conversation with someone I’d never met before, who works for Dropbox. I told him I loved Dropbox and he showed me Dropbox Paper.
I was stoked. In this industry, it’s not just about the copy. Visuals and videos are key to communicating ideas. Dropbox Paper’s versatility goes beyond any text document. I can easily incorporate visuals and other media – including Dropbox links – all hosted on Dropbox Paper. Once I saw it, I was in love.
I realised this was the perfect hub for my work as creative director of Branded Experience at Kaleidoscope Pictures. Since we aren’t an LA or NYC specialty studio (we’re in Provo, Utah) the media we create spans the gamut. It’s not uncommon for us to be in production on multiple projects ranging from a sketch comedy TV series, narrative film, masterclass, virtual event, to music videos and events. We love that we don’t have to limit ourselves to any one niche.
No matter the project, we want everyone to feel heard throughout the creative process. It’s our goal to empower clients to get involved so our team can build the creative vision.
Dropbox Paper lets us do this.