OrangeRoc served as field coordinators and behind-the-scenes photographers for ‘A Hero’s Welcome’, airing on HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network, Cooking Channel, Travel Channel and Great American Country in November 2014. We created a website that featured the volunteers, neighbors and tradesmen that helped make the build possible and gave them the ability to share the photos on social media or download photos for self-promotion.
The largest Extreme Makeover: Home Edition to date took place in an Oahu neighborhood in the summer of 2007.
Keiki O Ka Aina Family Learning Centers is a nonprofit organization that was established to serve the educational, developmental, social and cultural goals of Hawaii’s children and families.
We have worked with Keiki O Ka Aina to create a new expression of their brand which includes a new logo, identity package, collateral and environmental graphics.
Despite 27 years of delighting Hawaii’s arts and film crowd, the Hawaii International Film Festival suffered from disjointed marketing campaigns. OrangeRoc needed to develop, create, and coordinate a cohesive marketing campaign.
Total Life Recovery is a faith-based program where incarcerated women are provided the opportunity to transform into “Na Wahine O Kupono” – Women of Excellence and start their journey to becoming contributing members of society.
The Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for Native Hawaiians through community partnerships that provide educational opportunities and promote self-sufficiency.
“The Friends” is a non-profit organization with a mission to raise funds to help protect children from abduction, facilitate their recovery, educate the public and professionals regarding issues of abduction and recovery and support the reunification of families following abduction.