Rise Above the Mark
Angie Klink worked with the director of the public education documentary Rise Above the Mark to select excerpts from hours of footage. She then wrote a narrative that weaves together the struggles experienced by teachers and students with the possible remedies to those difficulties offered by several experts in the field of education. Klink’s compelling and engaging script is brought to life by the narrator, actor Peter Coyote.
Television/Social Media Video Scripts
Purdue College of Health and Human Sciences
:30 Video Script, 2016
Purdue University’s College of Health and Human Sciences needed a short video for use in social media and other venues that would appeal to potential students. They requested and we deliver engaging images and copy that resonates with the millennial generation, many of whom desire a career that will better people’s lives and the world.
Vision Floors and More
:30 TV Spot, 2015
The goal for the Vision Floors and More TV spot was to evoke a sophisticated mood and connect to the viewer with the theme that a home is where our life story unfolds, while we show the beautiful flooring, kitchens, baths and more that the business creates.
Red Seven Bar & Grill
:30 TV Spot, 2015
The owners of Red Seven Bar & Grill wanted to capture the essence of their restaurant’s décor in their TV ad. They described their décor as “mad scientist meets professor’s library.” Klink’s script delivers that vibe, as it entices viewers to stop in.
:30 TV Spot, 2015
Keystone Architecture wanted a TV ad to show how they design a building from the proverbial “napkin sketch” to a computer-designed rendering to final construction. The images flow, as they engage the viewer. The copy pops in perfect accompaniment.
Franciscan St. Elizabeth Hospital
2:30 Proposal Video, 2015
Franciscan St. Elizabeth Hospital wanted a proposal video to present the idea of its opening a northern Indiana location. Klink’s script describes the advantages of opening the location.
City of Lafayette, Indiana
“The Speed of Business”
Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
The City’s Economic Development Department wanted a video to explain the benefits of tax-increment financing (TIF) at the annual meeting of Indiana mayors. Klink’s copy for the voice talent explains the TIF concept and includes several excerpts from interviews.
Walt’s Other Pub
:30 TV Spot, 2014
The proprietors of Walt’s Other Pub requested a TV commercial with a “big chain” look, while emphasizing their locally owned vibe and service. The quick camera shots and driving music called for the voice talent to deliver Klink’s copy in short bursts, as it emitted an easygoing invitation to stop in.
Lafayette Savings Bank
145 Years of History
6-minute Video, 2014
Lafayette Savings Bank wanted a short video about its 145-year history to show the staff and board of directors at its annual winter party. The video combines old and new photos with a voiceover that pulls the bank’s timeline along with Klink’s engaging story of the institution’s brand.
Purdue University Press
The Deans’ Bible Book Trailer
3-minute Video, 2014
Purdue University Press, the publisher of Angie Klink’s The Deans’ Bible: Five Purdue Women and their Quest for Equality, wanted a book trailer to promote the publication on YouTube, social media and more. The trailer was first presented at a book launch hosted by Purdue University Libraries in March 2014.
Tecumseh Junior High School
3-minute Video, 2012
Tecumseh Junior High School needed a video to explain to parents and students the concept of student-led conferences. Essentially, Klink’s copy was a “how-to” that simplified the process.
3:30 Video, Episode 1, 2016
William Digby was the founder of Lafayette, Indiana, and he named the city after the Marquis de Lafayette in 1825. At that time, Marquis was touring the United States, being honored by Americans as a hero during the American Revolution many decades before. In this video spoof to promote downtown, Will and Marq make their debut by interrupting Mayor Tony Roswarski at a press conference, where the mayor is announcing that “Downtown is Open for Business” during the Main Street Revitalization project, called “Streetscape.” The humorous script reflects the crusty character of Digby and the refined persona of the Marquis.