We’re proud to announce a significant restructuring of our brand and communications to reflect the maturation of our businesses.
Many of our clients and followers have long known our studio as the Brooklyn Digital Foundry. At 13 years old, the Foundry is a recognized name in digital media. Four years ago we launched a sibling company, Brooklyn United, with the intention of re-casting our capacity for the larger and more complex accounts and projects we’d taken on.
Today, Brooklyn United has officially moved into the first position as the umbrella banner for our activities across digital media. Our tagline says it all: Creative direction and delivery for bold brands. We provide a full suite of services through all points of the creative process, from planning and conception to development and deployment. And we work with an incredibly diverse array of progressive companies ranging across all industries. In an era of specialists, we proudly remain Expert Generalists. We believe great work comes from a blend of insight, empathy, and experience, and our work is distinct from other studios precisely because we bring knowledge from diverse experiences to bear on each project. As demographics and audience segments have fragmented and blended over the past decade, we’ve been keeping a watchful eye and detailed notes.
For those of you who love the Brooklyn Digital Foundry, rest easy. The Foundry continues, now focusing expressly on our robust portfolio of video direction and production as well as our work in computer generated visualization.
Both companies move forward together, both are still housed in the same office and operated by the same great people. Both companies still provide the exceptional service you’ve all come to expect and recognize. We’d love it if each of you would take a moment to visit our new websites to familiarize yourselves with the changes and we welcome any thoughts or feedback on what you find there.
To all of you who’ve helped make our businesses what they are today, thank you.
Brooklyn United & the Brooklyn Digital Foundry
PS: As you might have noticed, Mr. Szot is missing from our team photo because he was busy capturing our beautiful moment! Thanks Johnny!