We are a full-service production company specializing in documentary and digital content for universities and non-profits.

“In the Shadows of Ferguson”: Watch the trailer of our live multi-media show revealing the role of housing policy in propagating racial segregation in the St. Louis area from Plessy v Ferguson in 1896 to the 2014 police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Produced at the University of North Carolina.

This short video for Our Shot NC helped launch the campaigns of three amazing first-time candidates running for the North Carolina General Assembly in 2018.

We produced an online course for the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, featuring academic experts from across the United States explaining the root causes or rising income and educational inequality and policy interventions. This clip features Dr. Matthew Desmond discussing the role of eviction in our national structural inequality.

This eight-part video documentary series was an interactive video installation celebrating the legacy of the late Senator Terry Sanford commissioned by Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy.

A sample from our social media campaign for the One Love Foundation, featuring students at UT-RGV teaching the foundation’s curriculum on building healthy relationships. This campaign helped the foundation raised over $250,000.

Produced for the Redford Center, this fundraising piece featuring then-Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom launched the UC-San Francisco Dyslexia Center. The teams researches neurological development and develops new technologies to help children with dyslexia learn and thrive.

We created an educational curriculum for Sheryl Sandberg’s LeanIn organization raising awareness of gender inequality and implicit bias and featuring faculty from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and women executives in technology and philanthropy.

The above clip is from “Feathers and Coins”, a short documentary exploring the economic, social and environmental impact of the proliferation of Indian casinos in rural northern New Mexico produced as a thesis project at Stanford University.