Collective Thought Media was recently hired by Seattle Children’s Research to complete the Rhode Island on-site video production for their BRIM (Bias Reduction in Medicine) series. Working with a remote video producer, Collective Thought Media was able to recreate the aesthetic of the previously shot & edited videos in the series.

To complete the Rhode Island video production, Collective Thought Media shot on-site at Brown University with Dr. C. Malik Boykin, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences, and Gabrielle Tanksley, Lab Manager at Brown University Boykin Lab. 

Collective Thought Media provided all camera, teleprompter, lighting and audio equipment as well as directed the shoot with a two person crew.