Bonnemaison, Inc. is a Certified Hispanic Woman Owned Business (MOB)
To create exceptional visual solutions for our clients.
Bonnemaison Inc. is a full-service communications company that combines superior technical expertise in film and video production with cutting-edge creative ideas. Our core competencies are technical and creative. Technically, we specialize on filming and editing in high-definition video and in digital audio. Our services are offered from concept to delivery. Creatively, we take our client’s ideas and make them a visual reality while offering artistic insight, editorial solutions and experience. We always strive to make the work exceptional, on time and within budget.
Our target market segments include broadcast, corporate, non-profit and government. Our work is distributed nationwide, as well as globally. We have a long-standing relationship with many networks, such as Discovery Channel, National Geographic, BBC America, Newsmax Media, and Equestrian Life TV. One of the most popular shows on Discovery Science Channel is edited by Bonnemaison and narrated by Brooks Moore. Now in it’s eighth season, “How It’s Made”, is a half-hour documentary program showing how common, everyday items are manufactured. Additionally we provide editing services for BBC America, configuring their British series for the American audience for the following programs: Top Gear, Law & Order UK, Weakest Link, Prime Evil, Hotel Inspector, etc.
In the corporate segment, we provide instructional and promotional projects for regional and international corporations. One example, DLA Piper’s project “A Conversation with Our Clients” was done by interviewing their top customers (i.e. Pfizer Pharmaceutical) to learn what service their clients expected from DLA to anchor their future and reshape the way. Verizon Foundation’s project Thinkfinity.org, the cornerstone of literacy, education and technology initiatives—was created to improve student achievement in traditional classroom settings and beyond by providing high-quality content and extensive professional development training. (http://www.thinkfinity.org/about.aspx ). Other corporate clients are Becton Dickinson and Company, NASDAQ, Kraft Foods, DLA Piper, Laureate Higher Education, Lockheed Martin, Tessco, Comcast, and others
In the commercial segment some of our clients include, Wendy’s, Laxworld, Johns Hopkins University – Carrey School of Business, Walden University, Agresso, IKEA, etc.
Many of our non-profits are advocacy and fundraiser projects. We completed a two-year project with Enough Is Enough http://www.enough.org. EIE together with the Department of Justice, AOL, MySpace, Verizon, launched a massive nationwide educational series. Its goal was to raise public awareness of the threat of illegal pornography and sexual predation on the Internet. Also we’ve worked with the Ronald McDonald House, National Wildlife Federation, Gospel Rescue Mission http://www.grm.org/, an organization that rehabs drug addicts and puts them back into the working world offering them jobs at the World Bank; The Skinner Institute, supports African American leaders, Prison Fellowship International helps prisoners around the world, etc.
At present we are becoming a Certified Minority Owned Business with the US government. Our projects with government agencies range from working with the Dept of Justice on the trafficking of women and children to the live programming for the Minority Enterprise Development Week. Last year we launched the 2010 Maryland Charity Campaign video, aimed for all Maryland State Employees.
Our team has garnered more than 50 industry awards in the areas of documentaries, short films, commercials, corporate and non-profit segment. Some of the awards to mention; 7 Emmys, a Sundance Filmmakers Trophy, Short Film Award of Excellence at the Bahamian International Film Festival), How It’s Made (TV series for Discovery Channel), Kids Guide (Multiple Emmy Award Kids Series).