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What Our Clients Say
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"Brian McClure is a great resource for us. He’s independent enough to have time to get to know us and our business further, really embrace us as a client, and he has amazing connections throughout the art and production communities."

Emily S. Busse, Resurgence, Washington, D.C.

"Our unique art project required StudioBDC to research, source, coordinate, and execute a series of art works that followed a certain theme.  We were very pleased with the creativity, energy, and resourcefulness Brian McClure and his crew at StudioBDC brought to this project. We could not be happier with the results."

The Art Committee of Sterne Kessler

"Our livestream event was produced without a hitch and highly appreciated by our audiences and constituents. Brian McClure and his excellent crew do great work, and are terrific to work with. We are more than happy to endorse them!"

Jeremiah Gardner, Public Affairs & Advocacy Manager
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

“The use of video for our post-election analysis set us apart from our competitors. Working with StudioBDC gave us the ability to produce videos with high-end graphics, statistics and relevant industry images – within a day of the election.  The videos helped reinforce what we want our clients and potential clients to think about the PRG brand – we are a cutting edge government relations agency with top-notch professionals who provide unique and valuable insights.”

Paul Nathanson, Partner, Policy Resolution Group, Washington, D.C.

“Our brand’s awareness and reputation has grown by literally thousands of potential new clients and customers. StudioBDC maintains a consistent voice in the marketplace for our business.”

Steve Agostino, Taylor Agostino Group

"The Studio Daily 50 pays tribute to professionals who exemplify the boundary-pushing spirit of innovation that drives our industry forward in their day-to-day work. In that spirit, we’re pleased to recognize Brian McClure’s work by including him in the inaugural StudioDaily 50."

Bryant Frazer, editor of StudioDaily

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