We create mini-documentaries for non-profits and other organizations. From the conceptual phase all the way through the final product, we’ve got you covered with great writing, cinematography, and editing. Check out some of our previous work here, then contact us and tell us about your ideas. We’d love to work with you. Highlights from our work include a series of three short mini-documentaries for Beza Threads, an organization working to rescue boys from sweatshops and women from forced prostitution in Ethiopia. In Nigeria, we documented the ten-year anniversary of Cornerstone of Hope Orphanage, and in Cuba we captured a dramatic protest for the closure of Guantánamo Bay detention center.
I shot and edited this new mini documentary in which Chris Robinson (writer for The Guardian and HuffPost) ventures into the depths of last weekend’s Climate Crisis Summit. We encountered all sorts of entertainment, including a Trump troll tractor and a Marxist recruiter along the way.
In this documentary short for PBS American Portrait, Vietnamese immigrant Thai Luong talks about how he overcame a life-altering accident.
In this documentary short for PBS American Portrait, Indian immigrant Sid Juwarker talks about having his newly opened business shut down by the coronavirus pandemic.
I provided the sound and some images for this award-winning documentary about an inventor in rural Iowa who lived a creative life, hoping to pass on to his kids and grandkids what he calls “the gift of place.” The film has received a great deal of critical acclaim and has screened at 30 festivals internationally.