Below are some examples of some of our recent work for
Non-Profit Institutions, including Boadcast Doumentaries, Fundrasing Gala Celebrations, Educational Outreach,
Political Advocacy, and Institutional Identity.
Children's Brain Tumor Project
This inspiring organization is raising funds for research into new treatments for rare brain tumors in children. Since "rare conditions" can't always draw the attention of major funding agencies, this effort must be "Powered By Families."
Bonded together by their loss, these families took it upon themselves to fund the search for a cure. Click here for more info.
An introductory video for this brand new origanization, laying out the mission statement and some of their initial projects. Due to work visa restrictions, the majority of the footage in this video was shot on an iPhone5 by the director of the Foundation, with additional aerials by Canadian drone cinematographer John Petrella and stills by Kevin McCarey.
"Gatherings" --- National Fish And Wildlife Foundation
Produced as the "Kick-Off" of the NFWF Annual "Celebrate the Great Outdoors" Gala 2016. Includes on-camera appearences by several prominent board menbers, and music by Lenny Williams.
"Connected Worlds" -- New York Hall of Science
Introducing families to the awarding-winning new exhibit at NYSCI, and instructing them on the techniques needed to interact with this innovative learning environment. Writer - Geralyn Abinader.
National Audubon Sage Initiative
When native cultures in the "sagebrush west" do their "chicken dance", they are honoring the Sage Grouse and the gentle, respectful way it treads upon the Earth.
This clip is an excerpt from an advocacy film produced for the National Audubon Society. A work in progress excerpt was shown at the TedX Jackson Hole event held in conjunction with the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. (click here to see the complete talk)
This short "gala video" was made to introduce the New York City chapter of Audubon to a larger audience of potential donors, playing on the idea that wildlife in the City is more than just cockroaches and pigeons.
Excerpt from "It All Began in 1895"
Produced for the Wildlife Conservation Society. 35mm film screened at Lincoln Center gala event.
Narrator; George Page, other voices: George Plimpton, Isobel Onorato
Central African Rainforest Appeal
This short video was made to open a grant application presentation to the Moore Foundation, which resulted in a $100M five year grant to conserve the forests of Central Africa. (Made entirely from archive material. Narrated by Thomas Veltre)
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