It is not just about the medium of video; it is about how that medium is used to connect to audiences in a meaningful and authentic way. We work with a wide range of destinations, operators and brands to make this happen. Our clients have moved beyond traditional advertising and images to create successful campaigns that compel audiences to seek out their authentic experiences. Here is just a small sample of the work that we've done over the years. 

It was so important for us to be able to identify who could tell our story in such a way that would be engaging, keep people surprised, awed, and amazed at the beautiful scenery but also to connect with it. GLP Films delivered that for us and more.
— Enrique Umbert Jr., General Manager of Mountain Lodges of Peru


client case studies 


Mountain Lodges of peru

Mountain Lodges of Peru (MLP) contacted GLP Films to reposition their signature product (Salkantay Trek) as a leading adventure product, and increase their sales and website traffic. MLP wanted to connect with their target audeince and convey what the trek was really like.  GLP produced a series of short films using authentic character-driven storytelling and a targeted 12-month marketing campaign. MLP saw an increase in sales, web traffic, and was awarded the number one adventure travel trade film for 2016.  

national geographic

National Geographic was looking for authentic, story-driven content from diverse locations around the globe. Specifically, National Geographic wanted to focus on films that highlighted human interest, travel, and newsworthy stories. GLP Films produced a collection of short-films for National Geographic from 2014 through 2016 from diverse locations around the globe, including: India, Senegal, Bolivia and Peru. We continue to partner with National Geographic on story-driven content projects and content marketing campaigns.  

mexico tourism board

Mexico Tourism Board enlisted the support of GLP Films to spotlight responsible and sustainable tourism brands, hotels, and operators within the diverse destination of Mexico.  In order to highlight best practices across the country, GLP produced a series of short-films ranging from luxury travel in the Yucatan Peninsula to community-based tourism in rural mountain villages. The series of short-films was showcased at the COP16 Climate Change conference, shown at 20 film events across North America and featured in leading travel media outlets.