SMALL BUSINESS & NON-PROFIT FILMS
Long before I pick up a camera and start filming to tell your story, I learn as much as I can about your business or non-profit as possible. Only then can we diagnose an identifiable problem you are trying to solve with a film so that we have a clear understanding of your goals.
The Stanford MLA program was directly responsible for helping Trina, a first generation immigrant, land her dream job at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. Her passion for lifelong learning shines through as she describes the program and what it meant to her to graduate.
John Carlstrom didn’t follow the traditional path into the tech business by getting an MBA. Instead, he worked and then later in life pursued a Master of Liberal Arts. He talks about why he feels that an MLA is so valuable in how creative thinkers approach and solve today’s problems.
The Pogo Park Story
All children have the right to play in a safe environment. In one of the Bay Area’s toughest inner-city neighborhoods, one community came together and transformed a run down park into a safe oasis where children can play and be children.
Social Fabric Collective
Social Fabric Collective is a non-profit organization that provides professional photography equipment, education, and inspiration to a diverse group of high school students.
Pedego Avila Beach
How lifestyle influenced this family’s decision to run a small business together.
Island Veterinary Hospital
A short film created for a family owned and operated veterinary practice in Richmond, BC.