A short doc produced for the New York Times Op-Doc Series in collaboration with Caroline Losneck.
A short documentary about the life of lighthouse keepers.
Prospect Plaza is leading the way in the healthy affordable housing movement via Active Design.
The Colonial Theater in Augusta, Maine is undergoing a massive renovation.
A short documentary about the March to End Violence in December 2014 in Portland, Maine.
Seed, the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies, is working to end the cycle of global poverty.
The Portland Food Co-op is a member-owned grocery store open to the public and serving the community.
A day in the life of the Portland Pilots who guide large ships in and out of Portland, Maine’s harbor.
Short documentary piece about life on a farm in Alfred, Maine.
Wildcard is a pocket knife that fits in your wallet.
Toby Rzepka is a luthier in Portland, Maine. He crafts classical guitars and violas da gamba.
Zootility Tools asked us to produce a day-in-the-life video for the upcoming Headgehog tool.
The Stanford Seed program is having a major impact by creating an effective network of individuals and companies in developing countries.
Bill Curran Design produces metal design work for homeowners, businesses, designers, and architects.
A short promo for the Maine Women’s Fund, a public foundation investing in the power of women and the dreams of girls.
An ad firm wanted to help their client understand their demographic.
The American Camp Association of NY & NJ is dedicated to preserving, promoting and enhancing the summer camp experience
Besa is a Columbus based organization that helps donors discover local causes.
An agency needed to profile youth in three world markets for market research. This helped them understand their market.
Sizzle for proposed series about an animal medium outside Chicago, Illinois.
A trailer to promote the work of Peter Hujar, an American photographer.
One of a series of portraits of students in the Natural Sciences.
An introduction to Purchase College’s Natural science program.
A major insurance company wanted to hear stories from potential clients in need.
Online cooking series to promote a new cookbook by former Top Chef and television host, Candice Kumai.
The Blueprint in the Arts gave New York City Public schools a framework for developing an arts program.
EdCamp Philly is a new kind of professional development dedicated to giving educators a voice.
Pilot for proposed series about a monkey whisperer in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Maple Syruping at Benner’s Farm in Setauket, NY.
The story of Bill Buckner, a baseball player infamous for his error during the 1986 World Series.
SUNY Purchase wanted to impress their motto “Think Wide Open” upon prospective students.
Some of the immersive installations we have created in the recent years.