Lynchpin Biomedia

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Video & Media Division

Corporate video production has become a lot like stock photography:

It’s a cookie-cutter medium that does a poor job of capitalizing on what a true craftsman can produce.  

We pride ourselves on skilled storytelling, and leveraging video production well beyond the obvious web, mobile, YouTube and Facebook integration. From ground-breaking micro-documentaries, to standard video projects, we deliver the right content in the right way to the right audience.

At Lynchpin BioMedia, we know that artful, professional video storytelling holds a powerful place in today’s online, offline, and broadcast marketing arena. Why settle for “a video” when you can create a marketing arsenal.  

Sample Work:


The Tiny Non-Profit:  From YouTube to The Rachel Ray Show through quality video storytelling.

A tiny non-profit on a shoe-string budget, and a passion that is hard to match, needed to tell their story to the world. They looked into agencies that subcontract to “churn and burn” video houses, but entrusted Lynchpin BioMedia’s VP of Video and Media

to tell their important story. The resulting video became clarion call for their cause, and it captured the heart and attention of The Rachel Ray Show.

Click Above to View The Rachel Ray Show story from July 2011:


Septic Emergency

A video depicting the detrimental effect of a condition that many Americans do not know about.



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