Lyve Media was started 10 years ago in Boston next to a recording studio. We got our start working with gangsta rappers and other musicians. We created a bunch of websites, CD designs, and posters before we got into coding and video production. After relocating to Haverhill, we landed our first large web application job with Delta Education. After that, we took on a large scale training video project and produced over 300 professional development videos for teachers.


Today, we make videos... lots of videos in relatively short amount of time. Over the years, we’ve produced hundreds of videos, made a lot of mistakes, and learned a lot about what works and what doesn’t. Although we’re constantly tweaking and optimizing it, we are proud of the process we’ve created that enables us to produce a ton of video content.


Frank Flahive

CEO/Creative Director



Educational Videos

Training Videos

Corporate Videos

Marketing Videos

Corporate Identity


Mobile Apps



The FOSS TPV Project We are currently producing 600+ teacher training videos with FOSS and School Specialty. FOSS is a hands-on science curriculum company based out of Berkeley California. Watch Video


The INSPIRE Video Project At the 2013 Conference for Women, we asked over 70 women to answer 3 questions out of a list of 20. We recorded their inspirational responses and edited the videos on the spot. Launch Website


The FOSS App Project The FOSS App Project displays videos and interactive simulations to help students learn and comprehend science concepts.


The CPO Science Apps The CPO Interactive Glossary Apps display glossary terms, videos, and interactive simulations to help students learn and comprehend science concepts. View Apps


The DSM Video Project The DSM Video Project consisted of 300+ professional development videos designed to help teachers prepare, setup, and guide students through the Delta Science Modules. Watch Video


The eIG Video The eIG Marketing Video is an overview of FOSS' electronic Investigations Guide. Watch Video


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