Company Man Studios
  • THE POWER OF LIGHT

    Imagine you’re at your home with the curtains closed, and you see a glow coming from the window. Odds are whether it’s morning, evening, or noon–you’ll be able to tell. You can determine if it’s raining, snowing, or foggy based on one single thing–the quality of light.

    Light is a thing that is so integral to […]

  • The Headshot.

    We all love staring directly into a camera and trying to display your personality in one photo…NOT. But headshots can be an important marketing tool for you or your company to help relate to the public. 
    Headshots are part of your company’s branding. If your headshots aren’t professional, it makes the public question the quality of […]

  • Redefining Industry Standards.

    For women, last year was a trying time. From the attempted defunding of Planned Parenthood to the aftermath of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, 2017 was overall tough for females. And yet, from these misfortunes we are beginning to see women rise.

    This is no exception in the world of adland.

    Flick through any industry magazine, […]

  • The Working Man: an Animated Short Film

    A few weeks ago I opened a YouTube account and posted my first animated short film. It was the culmination of a long journey to get my labor of love across the finish line. For a year and a half I’d spent late nights and weekends drawing and coloring 10,000 frames of animation. And when I […]

  • Company Man Studios & Buddy Brew Coffee

    It’s no secret that the Company Man crew has an ongoing love affair with Buddy Brew Coffee. Every day at around 3 p.m. you can see us walking in a line like little ducks over to Buddy Brew to get our afternoon dosage of caffeine. Cortados, espresso, black tea (and more) are poured over and […]
  • The Rise of the Production Agency

    A few years ago, advertising agencies began adding production capabilities. This was in response to clients, particularly retail clients, seeking to cut their production costs, and as a way for agencies to land new retail business. Production “quality” was less of an issue than cost. Churn and burn. Meanwhile, an equal and opposite phenomenon was […]

  • From the Intern’s Desk

    My name is Brooke Bandoni, and I am an 18-year-old high school student that will be graduating from Tampa Preparatory School at the end of May, and attending the University of Central Florida in the Fall. For the past three weeks, I’ve gotten the opportunity to intern at Company Man Studios in Downtown Tampa. I […]