A Maternity Virtual Tour During COVID-19

"This is beautiful!" That was our client's reaction when we first showed them an early draft of this video.

When COVID-19 forced the end of labor and delivery tours, we jumped into action with Cooper University Healthcare to create this maternity virtual tour so that moms-to-be could get a feel for what to expect from their hospital stay as well as vital information such as how to get to the hospital, where to enter and parking.

Working alongside the team at Cooper, Narrative Media wrote the script for and produced this spot in the Summer of 2020. Shot in stunning 4k resolution and using a Canon C200 Camera outfitted with Canon Cine Prime lenses, it earned rave reviews from the Cooper team.

We couldn't be more pleased with the final product, and our client's response. 

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