Lewis and Clark Community College’s Media Services Department won three gold medallions, one silver medallion and one bronze medallion during the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations (NCMPR) District 3 Awards Ceremony.
L&C swept the Video Shorts category, winning the gold, silver and bronze medallions in the category. Heba’s Story won the gold, while Terri’s Story earned the silver and Jerrell and Didrik’s Story won the bronze. L&C also won a gold medallion in the College Promotional Video category for its Discover L&C video. The judges remarked that the excellent lighting, extraordinarily beautiful campus and interesting stories within the videos made them winners. All of L&C’s award-winning videos were produced with the help of Route 3 Films and can be viewed at https://vimeo.com/channels/772195
Route 3 Films, a video production company based out of St. Louis, Missouri, is owned and operated by Ryan Hanlon, who has a unique ability to tell a compelling story. A former Lewis and Clark student, Hanlon has gone on to produce numerous successful video projects for area non-profits and educational institutions.
Lori Artis, Vice President Media & Foundation Relations at Lewis & Clark Community College, said it was great to not only work with Hanlon and Route 3, but to see the content he produced for Lewis and Clark do so well at the District Level. “We have looked forward to working with Ryan and Route 3 Films since we saw the very first video he produced locally,” she said. “He is extremely talented, and understanding of the impact that Lewis and Clark has on its students, faculty and the community really came through in the compelling videos he created for the college. He’s a true champion of Lewis and Clark, and we are a forever fan of Ryan Hanlon and Route 3 Films.”