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Case Study: Origami Rehabilitation

Co-host Karen Stefhl is sitting holding a cocktail glass, facing the camera
It’s time for another installment in our new case study series! In this episode, we’re talking about Render’s 20-year relationship with Origami Rehabilitation – a nonprofit organization providing residential and outpatient care to people of all ages with neurological conditions. Render has created a number of videos for Origami Rehabilitation over the years. This week, we discuss what it's like to maintain a decades-long client relationship, and how Render tackles the creative challenge of consistently creating organic, original content for long-time clients.

For more than twenty years, Origami Rehabilitation has trusted Render Studios with capturing the stories of those affected by neurological conditions with compassion and nuance. Through this long-standing partnership, Render has mastered carefully navigating the intersection of marketing and human stories, and the ability to find a unique angle year after year to highlight the transformative impact of Origami’s work on their patients and their families.


This week, we apply a case study lens to Render’s work with Origami, and explore the intricacies of maintaining a decades-long client relationship and the creative challenges that come with it. Join us as we chat about Render’s process for delivering fresh, engaging content that remains true to Origami Rehabilitation’s mission and values and examine the conditions needed for such lasting partnerships 


To learn more about Render’s work with Origami Rehabilitation, check out this case study:

Bobby Burns

Bobby Burns

A cone shaped martini glass filled with scotch, a brown liquid
The Bobby Burns showcases the smoky, peaty richness of the Springbank 10-year Scotch, beautifully balanced by the herbal sweetness of the sweet vermouth and the honeyed, spiced notes of Drambuie. The Angostura bitters add a hint of aromatic complexity, while a lemon twist garnish provides a fresh, citrusy aroma that complements the drink’s depth and warmth. This cocktail is perfect for those who appreciate the nuanced flavors of a well-crafted Scotch and enjoy a drink that’s both rich and complex.


  • 2 oz Springbank 10-year Scotch
  • ¾ oz Sweet Vermouth
  • ¼ oz Drambuie
  • 1 dash Angostura Bitter
  • Garnish: 1 lemon twist


  1. Stir all the ingredients over ice, then strain into a martini glass.
  2. Garnish with the lemon twist.

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