“Digital Vendetta does a fantastic job showcasing our products and the overall feeling of our company culture.”
— Lorinda Oscarson // Marketing Coordinator, Chelan Fresh

We are fortunate to help tell the stories of amazing companies and individuals.  We respect the amount time, hard work, and heart that you put into your business, and take extreme care to tell your story with integrity. In a fast-paced world, you may only get one shot at capturing someone’s attention and getting your story across, so we focus on crafting a cohesive, concise branding piece that can be used for years to come.  

Note:  The following videos are the “long form” story videos that we have produced for a number of our clients.  These are typically accompanied by a much shorter video or a series of videos that we recommend our clients to use for social media.

If you’re a craft brewer, there’s a 99.9% chance you have done business with YCH Hops and the farmers that co-own this company. Focusing on creating transparency within the farmer and brewer relationship from the moment the hops are planted until they enter the brewing process, YCH adds value at every level and provides the top quality hops in the world. We were honored to help tell their story through the words of their owners and employees.

For a look at the full YCH Hops brand story, click here.

The craft beverage industry has been on a steady rise internationally, with the Pacific Northwest leading the way with their hop-forward IPAs and the fact that the majority of the world’s hop supply comes from the Yakima Valley. Bale Breaker is the convergence of all things cool in this growing industry. Placing a brewery in the middle of a hop field?! We were lucky enough to help tell this family story, as they break open their family-grown hop bales and produce some of the finest beers in the Northwest and beyond.

Working with orchardists and packing houses from Tri Cities all the way to the Canadian Border, Chelan Fresh is one of the largest fruit marketing companies in the Northwest, if not the world. With consumer demand constantly growing in the organic market, Chelan Fresh wanted to highlight their program and the farmers that keep their fruit at the highest quality. We love working with the down-to-earth folks that help feed the world.

For a quick look at Orlin Knutson’s path to going organic, click here.

Future agricultural demands will rely on the knowledge and ingenuity of companies ready and willing to look outside of the box to produce interesting solutions to complex issues. When Byron approached us about this project, we were faced with a challenge as well: how do we help tie their logo (a horse head profile) to an automation company? After looking at the robotic components they develop, we put our heads together to tie their story to the concept of “Beyond Horsepower.”

On their fourth generation as fruit growers in Central Washington, the Borton family have firmly rooted themselves as a leader in the industry, now producing over 450,000 bins of apples annually. With the foresight and perseverance necessary to weather the ups and downs of the agricultural business, we hear from the men who put this company on the map.

As leaders in the health industry in Washington, Virginia Mason recently merged with Memorial Hospital to better the medical opportunities for Central WA residents. Hoping to tell the story of their 15 senior leaders, we were enlisted to take on the substantial task of producing the project, which challenged our scheduling and pre production skills. Wrangling the top executives in a hospital that has the most employees of any business in Yakima County was quite the task, but we felt honored to put their words into well-crafted stories that will be used for years to come in their corporate setting.

This Central Washington valley has long been known for its agricultural abundance, but it’s also the lifestyle and culture that makes this area of the Northwest truly unique. In a series of four videos, we helped the tourism marketing department determine and define interesting personal stories of local community members. Wine, music, and fun come together in this piece to show an average Sunday in the Yakima Valley.

In 2016, the Yakima Valley took the lead from Germany as the world’s largest producer of hops. Although beer enthusiasts might have a good idea for how hops taste, the real magic comes in how each hop cone is harvested of the bine (hop vine). Each step of the growing process is extremely time sensitive, so our team worked hand in hand with the farmers over a full year to gather this footage. We loved telling the story of this family and the impact they’ve had on this growing industry.

Liberty’s COO and marketing director were in search of a video that would show the company’s manufacturing process, but not just in the typical “How It’s Made” fashion. We had a lot of fun creating the concept for this video and were able to shoot all of the footage within 12 hours, including recording the audio you hear LIVE in the factory! How do you make aluminum bottle production look awesome? Well, bring in a 1996 white limousine, a few guys that look like they play in ZZ Top, and see what happens!

The Gilbert Family has a long-standing tradition of farming in the Yakima Valley. Primarily apple farmers in the earlier days, they have since started one of the area’s premier wine labels that has given way to a Downtown Yakima tasting room, an amphitheater for concerts and weddings, and all of the love and family that goes hand in hand with this growing industry. In a series of five videos, we were able to help tell they breadth of their story, highlighting each aspect of the quilted inner workings of this great company.

“Great music meets the great outdoors.” Each September, people come together from all corners of the Northwest to gather around music, camping, beer, wine, cider, and good times. Located along the Naches River, the festival site is just out of cell and internet range, allowing people to unplug for an unforgettable weekend. Luckily, we are allowed to keep our cameras rolling to capture the magic that is this mountain music festival.

When MyEllensburg.com’s previous promotional campaign was coming to a close, they reached out to us to see if we had any ideas to help promote the city and surrounding areas. After presenting them with a few ideas, they selected two. The first was to highlight the interesting story of musician Mark Pickerel, sharing his life in Ellensburg through a video. We produced a short TV commercial that was shown extensively in Seattle markets, with this longer story piece residing on their website to tell the full tale.