The power of video is stronger now than ever before. PRSA Hawaii's October program will feature visual storytellers Brad Watanabe of Berad Studio and Michael Inouye of Banzai Media, who will shed light on the relationship between video production and PR while sharing some of their most recent and successful video projects to date. This is our second to last program for the year - and one you won't want to miss!
11:30 a.m. Registration & Networking
12:00 p.m. Program & Lunch (included in event fee)
Free parking is available at Ward Entertainment Center or surrounding Ward Village parking lots. Seating is limited with registration available via Eventbrite only. RSVP by Thursday, Oct. 1. Lunch will be provided.
Brad Watanabe, Owner, Berad Studio
Brad began his work professionally in Los Angeles where he worked with top-name clients such as Nike and Hewlett-Packard, before returning to Hawaii about five years ago to start his video production company, Berad Studio. Brad has made a reputable stance in Hawaii’s production industry by producing work for local and global brand leaders such as Hawaiian Airlines, Halekulani, Pearlridge, Adobe and Autodesk. Berad Studio has had rapid growth, all due to Brad’s deep-seated desire to connect with projects that share Hawaii’s story in a compelling way. Brad’s also made a significant community impact through his online blog, Hawaii Shoots. The blog started out as a way to document his experiences as a director and share his creative work and later transitioned into a community for other creative professionals providing workshops and free meet-ups.
Michael Inouye, Owner, Banzai Media
Michael "Mikey" Inouye is an independent filmmaker and commercial director based in Honolulu. He has produced video work for both local and international clients including The New York Times, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Moet Hennessy USA, Pow! Wow! Hawaii, Hawaiian Electric Company, American Savings Bank and Kamehameha Schools. Mikey is currently working on his first feature-length documentary about Nepal in the aftermath of the devastating 2015 earthquakes.