Monogram, the production and post boutique established by Klip Collective in 2010, continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in television commercial production. The Philadelphia shop recently delivered three national spots for Comcast Business on short notice and under the tightest of schedules. Working with Philadelphia ad agency The Brownstein Group, agency producer Sue Redmond, and production company Rascal Films, Monogram was asked to design graphics, edit, and color grade one 60- and two 30-second spots in just five days.

After two of the three shoot days wrapped, Ritchie flew back to Philadelphia and continued to edit at Monogram’s studio. Following three days of intense collaboration with The Brownstein Group team and director Adam Bonke, Comcast approved the spots and Monogram color graded and trafficked the spots in time for their national rollout.   

“My team at Monogram helped make these spots truly exceptional. Their ability to accommodate our client’s production timeline, their technical expertise, and their creative approach allowed us to deliver exactly what was needed for this job” said Monogram principal Pier Nicola D’Amico. 

Have a look at the finished spots via these links: