Client: Marlon Kimpson, Candidate for State Senate in South Carolina's 42nd District
Project: Website design and launch, social media management and consulting.
Description: Harbor Light Media designed the website for Kimpson's successful bid for the state senate. Kimpson was a first-time candidate and we literally started from scratch creating his online presence via the website as well as on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. In addition to managing the website and social media we also set up and managed online donations.
Client: Tom Clements, Green Party candidate for United States Senator for South Carolina
Project: Create a series of web videos to contrast Clements and incumbent Senator Jim DeMint
Description: Harbor Light Media wrote and produced a three-part series of web videos using humor to promote Tom Clements’ run for the Senate. The ads focused on Senator Jim DeMint’s association with and support of Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell and her admitted “dabbling” in witchcraft.
Client: Ashley Cooper, candidate for Lt. Governor of South Carolina
Project: Create a series of web videos to introduce Ashley Cooper to South Carolina
Description: Harbor Light Media worked with Ashley Cooper throughout the campaign to write, shoot, and produce a series of web videos.
Client: This was an in-house project for theDiscust
Project: Satirical video targeting Governor Sanford's Argentinian daliance
Description: The Sanford Chronicles is a satirical take on the Mark Sanford affair told through a series of webisodes. It was produced entirely by Harbor Light Media with the generous donations of time and talent by cast and crew. The Sanford Chronicles is a great example of how you can get quality video with a low-end budget. Just imagine what we could do with a middle-of-the-road budget.
Client: theDiscust is an in-house project.
Project: Create and publish a web-based parody site focusing on South Carolina news and politics.
Description: When Harbor Light Media embarked on the road to becoming a full-time operation, the need arose to create a project with which to showcase our talents. A simple portfolio would be boring, so we set out to create a brand new media entity in the world of South Carolina politics, and by all accounts, we've succeeded.