Short Form

Over the past few years, Warren Miller Entertainment has produced over 200 short form projects aired on broadcast and broadband channels for clients like Toyota, Field and Stream, The Weather Channel, OLN, Acura, Ski-Doo and more. Click on the videos below for a closer look.

There are 10 videos in this category.

Land Rover Adventures

Land Rover Adventures

In the Summer of 2012, WME was enlisted to shoot a Land Rover Expedition in the off road mecca of Moab, Utah

Heroes of Conservation

Heroes of Conservation

A series of webisodes recognizing the six finalists of Field and Stream's annual Hero's of Conservation program.

Chef Chris Cosentino

Chef Chris Cosentino

Chef Chris Cosentino Beginnings: (Weldon Owens) three two-minute webisodes featuring celebrity chef Chris Cosentino.

Bare The Adventure

Bare The Adventure

BARE: The Adventure: a four part broadband series featuring some of the best dive locations from around the world. Destinations include Tahiti, Australia, and British Columbia.

American Photo

American Photo

American Photo Model Shoot: a series of broadband webisodes with tips and techniques from American Photo's Model Shoot event.

Digital Days

Digital Days

Digital Days: a series of short form broadband videos profiling Popular Photography's Digital Days workshops.

Toyota Tales From The Trail

Toyota Tales From The Trail

From 2006-2008, WME has produced over 90 videos for Toyota's FJ Cruiser website. These webisodes document off-road events from across the United States.

Destination: Adventure

Destination: Adventure

(The Weather Channel) Sponsored by Subaru, Destination Adventure is a series of broadcast vignettes showing some of North America's top locations for adventure sports.

Weather Channel Half-Marathon Challenge

Weather Channel Half-Marathon Challenge

(The Weather Channel) A multi-platform series of vignettes tracking the progress of three runners as they train for the Atlanta Half Marathon. (33X90-seconds)

Adrenaline Vignettes

Adrenaline Vignettes

(The Weather Channel) Between 2006-2008 WME produced over 50 vignettes for The Weather Channel's website www.weather.com. Each vignette showed the impact of weather on action/adventure sports.