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It’s more than an interview, its a conversation. One that leverages the natural energy of the real people. It’s less about precise language and more about connection. The power of someone speaking passionately in their own personal style is undeniable.

Planned Parenthood

Centennial Campaign

Planned Parenthood, a critical healthcare provider of a wide range of services for millions of Americans, has been around for 100 years. To learn more about and to celebrate their centennial, especially at a time when their services are seemingly constantly under attack, was a great privilege. We had the honor of speaking with some amazing men, women, and trans folks about their experiences with Planned Parenthood and how the organization has shaped and saved their lives.

The Salmon will Run

Short Documentary

Capturing the Winnemem Wintu’s story during their prayerful journey, “The Run 4 Salmon,” was an honor and a privilege. We followed them and their supporters for two weeks as they continued their tireless fight for water rights and protection of their ancient tribal lands. This film was produced across Northern California in collaboration with Survival Media Agency, Shadia Fayne Wood, Olivia Abtahi, and Nahko Bear. It has been screened at festivals across the country where it has received numerous awards.

The Salmon will Run

Short Documentary

Capturing the Winnemem Wintu’s story during their prayerful journey, “The Run 4 Salmon,” was an honor and a privilege. We followed them and their supporters for two weeks as they continued their tireless fight for water rights and protection of their ancient tribal lands. This film was produced across Northern California in collaboration with Survival Media Agency, Shadia Fayne Wood, Olivia Abtahi, and Nahko Bear. It has been screened at festivals across the country where it has received numerous awards.

Doi Wawee

Short Documentary

In the remote Thai village of Doi Wawee, farmers work day and night to ensure the highest quality teas for global export. During the spring harvest, we were fortunate to be guided through the town and learn about its history. In doing so, we found the story of one man, Ming Shin, with overcame a history of alcohol abuse and rose to lead his village into its resurrection, creating an orphanage and school for children in the process. It’s a story of tea, and humanity.

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