Julie Mallozzi Productions works with organizations to create media for use in fundraising, outreach, advocacy, and training. Our clients range from small community groups to large government organizations; most share a strong mission for social change. We have particular experience in the areas of health, youth & education, and the culture.
Our process begins by meeting with the client to identify the goals, audience, and format for the media to be produced. We help organizations find the story they want to tell and assemble the elements to make that story compelling. Our documentary background enables us to capture real scenes that show change, not just generic shots to lay over a music track. We build relationships that lead to authentic interview material, focusing on the constituents who best reflect an organization’s work.
Once the media has been shot and edited, Julie Mallozzi Productions works with the client to design a strategy for disseminating it through the web, social media, and public or internal events. We want to make sure that the media we produce is as effective as possible – and that it continues to achieve its goals for years to come.
The products we deliver include everything from short web videos to interactive DVDs, social media campaigns, educational websites, and long-form videos for public screenings.
Our talented, multicultural team has over 20 years’ experience producing media for broadcast, industrial, and internet distribution. We speak several languages among us and are sensitive to diverse environments. We consider ourselves artists and storytellers, delivering high production values using limited budgets that often require creativity. Check out our portfolio or contact us now to discuss your media needs.
Julie Mallozzi Productions has produced, shot, and edited videos for the following clients:
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation
Boston Medical Center
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Jewish Women's Archive
Jobs for the Future
Lawrence Community Works
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Massachusetts 2020 Foundation
Nellie Mae Education Foundation
Phillips Brooks House Association, Harvard University
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Reaching Higher New Hampshire
Pittsfield School District
Salvation Army Day Care Center for Homeless Children
Schott Fellowship in Early Care and Education
Stand for Children
United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
Chantal D’Arleville, Reiki master
Ina R. Friedman, Storyteller
Jim Golden, Attorney
John Hollenbeck, Drummer
Mia Chung, Pianist
Outside the Classroom / EverFi
Vida Health Communications
Words Can Work