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Whitney grew up in Thurmont and lived there for many years. Her parents owned Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo so entrepreneurship was deeply rooted in her blood. Working at her parents Zoo she always knew she had a love of telling stories. She was a television host for GS communications (before it became Adelphia followed by Comcast) so she is very comfortable with media and being behind the scenes. She then found her home with starting Digital Bard in 2004.
Whitney has a passion for story telling. Her outlet? Digital Bard. Digital Bard helps businesses with video marketing. They capture the best stories of the businesses to help create strong relationships with their clients. Whitney says her favorite part is showing the client their videos. She knows they’re proud of their business and what Digital Bard has been able to show them, ‘its what makes her tail wag the most’. The videos are designed to help form client oriented relationships around the stories that are told. Digital Bard is zesty video marketing.
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About Digital Bard
Creatives and jesters. Learners and teachers. Gentle coffee and strong hugs. That’s what you’ll find behind the door.
Through energizing branding videos, animated product demos, and humanizing company profiles that play like a short film, we help your ideal audiences find you, trust you and engage with you.
Digital Bard was founded in 2004 and is a 100% woman owned small business.
About Our Clients
Working alongside Marketing Directors and Sales Managers, we’ve crafted hundreds of dynamic, influential, and authentic videos for industries such as education, tourism, tech, manufacturing and professional services.
We also work seamlessly with agencies and brand managers that oversee the content strategy, but lack the specialized knowledge and capabilities for video.
Most of our work is less than 3 minutes in length, part of an integrated annual campaign, and viewed on website and social media platforms.
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