Powers Video

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Powers Video is a production company headquartered in Brooklyn. They have about 1 team member. Since 2010, they have provided video production, advertising, and branding services to small and midmarket businesses as well as enterprises. Their clients typically come from the advertising and marketing, arts, entertainment, and music, or media industries. 

Client Insights

Industry Expertise

Advertising & marketing


Arts, entertainment & music






Other industries


Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 34%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 33%

Enterprise (>$1B) 33%

Common Project Size

$10K-$49K 1 project


  • Youtube

Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

3 Reviews

Powers Video, under the direction of Nathan Lee Bush, executed a project for AHA Foundation, a non-profit advocating against female genital mutilation, forced child marriage, and honor violence in the U.S. The project involved the creation of a short documentary aimed at raising awareness and sparking action against these practices. The filming process spanned two days, with one day dedicated to filming in the city and the other in the studio, focusing on the survivor's story. In terms of project management and feedback, the client appreciated Nathan's creative input and expertise, and the final product was a powerful, beautifully crafted documentary that effectively communicated the organization's mission.

Powers Video also worked with a production company, providing video editorial work, including animation and design. The project involved creating compelling trailers for weekly episodes of a mini-series and generating content for social media channels. Nathan, the primary contact for the project, also assisted with paid media campaigns to promote the content. The engagement spanned roughly from March 2017 to March 2018 and was a significant investment for the production company, falling in the range of $50,000 to $200,000.

Additionally, Powers Video was hired by Mark Mann Photography to shoot a short commercial. Nathan, the Filmmaker & Photographer at Powers Video, served as the commercial’s director of photography (DP). He assessed the project's requirements and provided realistic solutions based on time, space, and budget restrictions. The final deliverable was a one-minute video for internet advertising, which was completed in about a month. The client praised Nathan's capability to deliver high-quality work within the given constraints, leading to further collaborations, including a project for Tiffany’s Mother’s Day campaign.



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