Digital Cave Media is a boutique film and video production house. We help our clients bring their ideas to reality. Digital Cave Media specializes in film and video production and digital post production including off-line, on-line editorial, 2D motion graphic design, uncompressed HD, 2K finishing and color grading.
Our purpose is to help our clients create the best product available by using the power of moving images to tell their story. We will work personally to help develop and then produce a unique image for our clients. Our experience in the field will help create a better product for our client.
Located in the heart of the DC/Baltimore Metro region, we are conveniently close to DC and Baltimore and can travel to meet your needs.
Shot in 1.5 hours with the collaboration of BSO's very talented musicians. Music was recorded live.
This is an oldie but a good one. You might have seen it air during one of our favorite shows, AMC's Walking Dead. Digital Cave completed grading and finishing services on it for our firends Nick Midwig and Biran Chilcoat at Reed Street Productions.
Arbouretum came to us with an idea of transformation, and we had one week of prep to put this together. Thanks to tons of talented awesome people in Baltimore, we were able to make a pretty awesome piece for them. From concept through finish was only 2 weeks.
Dir: Matthew Riggieri
Producer: Steve Blair
DP: John Bennam
Gaffer/B-Cam: Mike O'Leary
Editor: Todd Evans
Make-Up: Leah Sarah Basset
And Baltimore's Best, Thank You.
In honor of the Baltimore Ravens winning the AFC Championship game and going to Super Bowl XLVII, we wanted to post this on the site.
gkv and Digital Cave teamed together to put this together in the winter of 2011. Professional wide receiver Torrey Smith became involved with the campaign when his natural hair care stylist, Malaika-Tamu “Loc Mama” Cooper, brought up the “Take a Minute Save a Life” program to him. They both are featured in the new PSA about the ease of registering to become a donor.
Within the first week of the paid fall campaign on WBAL-TV (NBC) and WJZ-TV (CBS), the Foundation has been receiving touching note after note from viewers whose lives have been impacted by organ, tissue and eye donation about how moved they have been by the spot and Torrey’s involvement.