ThymeShare | What’s the Big Idea?

We could not be more excited about partnering with such visionary people to launch this truly innovative concept. Our video for ThymeShare attempts to explain the big idea in greater detail, and provides insight into how it will positively impact the city of Hartford.

Since the concept is in its early stages, we faced the challenge of “what do you film? What will you show?” After visiting the space, it became very clear. This stunning empty canvas is the perfect backdrop to the beginning of this story. ThymeShare is going to make this space even more beautiful by adding creativity, culinary adventures, and endless opportunities that wouldn’t exist without this concept. Bruce and Liz Hoffman did a great job of illustrating their vision and painting the picture without needing to see chefs in a bustling kitchen, organic produce being grown, or an event in full swing.

We are so honored to have been a part of ThymeShare from the start and can’t wait to watch it bloom. Check out this incredible concept in the video below and feel free to share it! (We suggest setting the resolution to HD and going full screen for the best viewing experience. Naturally.) 

Want to learn more about ThymeShare? Visit

Want to discuss how we can craft your vision into video? Shoot us an email.

BTS: conjoined + ThymeShare

conjoined is beyond excited to be teaming up with ThymeShare to create an awesome brand video worthy of such a unique concept! Here’s the jist:

“ThymeShare is expanding culinary genius by providing the ultimate place for chefs, caterers and home-based businesses to invent, experiment and grow. From farm to table, we offer a complete culinary solution that facilitates small business growth, supports the community and enhances the city of Hartford.”

Take a look behind the scenes from our shoot:

To learn more about the concept, follow ThymeShare on facebook, twitter, and at their site that will be expanding soon!

King of the Castle, King of the Castle.

I stumbled across this awesome little video the other day that does a wonderful job explaining why video is king of the media castle.

I know what you’re thinking, and yes. I’m biased. But the numbers don’t lie! First 10‘s video leads by example. The content is engaging, fun, informative and easy to understand.

Video makes content easily digestible which means the likelihood of consumers retaining your message after watching (95%) is far greater than if they read it (15%).  This is just one stat among the bunch illustrating why it makes perfect sense for video to be at the head of the hierarchy.

If you’d like to explore this powerful medium to make royalty out of your content, contact conjoined at to talk some shop!

An Introduction.

Wow. It’s real! conjoined has launched and this marks the beginning of an exciting new journey for me professionally.

The blog will be a spot to hear from me directly. You might find thought pieces on industry trends and best practices, new work and current projects, whacky nonsense, and awesome work by others to inspire.

To kick things off, I figured I’d give a little background on me:


If we haven’t met or worked together before, my name is Rachael Lamphier. I love all things Baltimore (Go O’s!), horrible reality tv, mashed potatoes, my 2 cats (Vinny Van Gogh and Robert Smith), fashion and going to concerts.

I have over 9 years of experience in film production and advertising. My background includes time at both smaller boutique shops and a large national advertising agency. I bring a strong eye for talent, enthusiasm for the creative process and great love of storytelling to my work. Whether strategizing ways to solve client challenges creatively, producing, casting the right talent, directing on set, editing or motion graphics, I approach each step with passion.

I wear many hats and work in different mediums, ranging from large broadcast campaigns and online video to radio and corporate video, with the understanding that each client and advertising goal is different. I love the challenge of finding the best way to connect the perfect message with the right audience while staying on budget and deadline.

I always aim to motivate and inspire and urge everyone to share ideas to make each project a true collaboration.

And I would love to work with you!

If you have any upcoming projects or ideas you’d like to discuss, don’t hesitate to reach out.