Adaptation defined us in 2020. Opportunities that seemed certain were suddenly in limbo, and projects already under construction around the world were introduced to myriad logistical challenges as schedules and budgets simultaneously grew tighter and less predictable. Finding new ways to coordinate with our partners and clients became critical as creative problem solving became the only way to address changing workflows required to meet our goals.
Having built our roots in the creative hub of New York City, we are constantly looking to grow and develop our company within the realms of creative arts. As our practice envelops new projects and workstyles, we understand just how important professional creatives are. The talented individuals that comprise the Clickspring team range in background from architecture degrees, communications, finance and much more.
The recent incidents of violence against the AAPI and Asian-American community are alarming and indicative of a dangerous trend in America. Not enough has been done to protect Asian Americans from heightened levels of hate, discrimination, and violence. We must all unite against racism and bigotry. At Clickspring, we have a role in helping to present the news, and we have a responsibility to do our part to help prevent news like this from occurring in the first place. We support our AAPI friends, colleagues, family members and partners and condemn all violence. Moving forward we will be donating to groups that support affected communities and fight for justice.
Clickspring was engaged by CNN to update a variety of scenic pieces to ensure a safe broadcast equipped to maintain social distancing between talent for this coverage. This was just one of our many broadcast events and entertainment experiences that required updates to maintain safety during the COVID-19 era.