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Working with Dan Portnoy may have been one of the best decisions made in my professional career. His understanding of the non profit landscape has translated into numerous well executed projects for us that have helped raise a ton of money and help numerous organizations reach their goals. His grasp of humanity and his love of humanity make him a force to be reckoned with. He is intense and passionate and will help your organization grow through creative and strategic methods. I highly recommend you talk to him about your next digital initiative.Scott Overpeck – Intersection Creative Strategies
Dan’s insight and expertise has given us clear direction on how to best integrate new media into our marketing mix. The bottom line was maximum exposure at the lowest possible cost, not to mention that the new media landscape is a lot of fun to dive into. Despite being a hilarious guy, a great friend, and a walking encyclopedia of pop-culture, Dan’s knowledge of new media is astounding. The principles he has shared with us has made new media the primary vehicle for which we promote our films.Justin Snyder – Big World Narratives
Dan Portnoy and The Portnoy Media Group played an instrumental role in Union Rescue Mission’s award winning 7 channel campaign to save Hope Gardens.Andy Bales, CEO – Union Rescue Mission
Dan is a friend to everyone, especially to those in the sometimes-scary, sometimes-lonely nonprofit world. He manages to blend sincerity, fun and professionalism in a way that is rare and refreshing.Lori Ventola – Plumfield Learning Center
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My fiance has a turtle pond in her back yard. The previous owners of her house installed an elaborate water feature, and a rock lined reservoir of about 500 gallons. All winter there was no sign of life. The water was dark due to algae blooms. We took bets if there were turtles in … Read More
How’s the project coming? Are you getting the results you want? Do you feel stuck? Are you haveing trouble as an executive team coming together around one idea? Is your board on a different page with your organization’s needs? I can help. Let’s talk about what you’re working on creatively, your next campaign, or your … Read More
UPDATE: This project hit the front page of Kickstarter today under popular. (nearly 12K in 6 hours!) Launching today is Joey Spiotto’s (aka JO3BOT) latest endeavor – a new book of all of the Storytime pieces he’s made over the last few years. Check out the video. We had the pleasure of collaborating with Joey on … Read More
Check out this FRESH idea from Jeremy Cowart. I’ve known Jeremy since the late 90’s and since then, he consistently pushes boundaries. Sometimes effortlessly, or so it seems. His latest idea is a hotel that personalizes poverty and invites the person staying to be aware and impact multiple causes with something that they’d normally spend money … Read More
Dan posted a treatment for a new comic series idea he had. You know, for fun and in honor of the Batman v Superman release this week. It’ll never get made but that doesn’t mean it’s not fun. Check it out here.
This is an older short but it’s a favorite. Further proof that in shorts, genre smashing and disjointed scenes can work amazingly well in this medium.
I really dig this short by Ben Berman. I remember when I first saw Aaron’s original post via reddit about his year long transformation and I was thrilled to hear that it was made into a short. Bleyaert ‘s fun style and incredibly potent, raw take on heartbreak is great. This premiered at Sundance … Read More
WOW! Writer/Director Paul Trillo hits a home run with this short. An average day in the life of the inner monologue. Following behind the back of a paranoid, neurotic man named Terry as he wanders through the streets of Manhattan. Past memories and his irrational inner thoughts soon plague his every move. By channeling … Read More
Editor’s Note: This will be the first post in a new series highlighting great short form storytelling. I really like this short film from the guys at Big Lazy Robot. This piece was created a few years back for a series of shorts for Phillips. Great use of McGuffin or Mystery Box – quite … Read More