All For One – The History of Cleveland Clinic
2012 Emmy award – National Academy of Arts & Sciences, Lower Great Lakes Region / Winner 2008 International Silver Telly Award.
“Magnificent” We marvel at your genius to tell such a complicated story in such an engaging and honest way.
Your artistic, sensitive, exciting work speaks alone. You have done something for the ages.”
– Ann Esselstyn, granddaughter of George Washington Crile, M.D., founder of Cleveland Clinic.
Objective: Capture the prestigious and powerful 85-year history of one of the best medical institutions on the planet for its 34,000 employees.
Strategy: Use original archival material for total authenticity. Get Ralph Vaughn William’s Pastoral Symphony to set the perfect mood. Collaborate with Dave Dyer, prestigious historian from Boston, to write the script. Let Edward Herrman’s silky/smart voice effortlessly tell the story.