The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So, write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.
— Neil Gaiman


What does it mean to you and how can you use your voice to share your message with others?

The Process of Discovering and Sharing Your Voice

How we work with organizations and institutions to help demonstrate their voices

A voice is the key guide to developing our visual stories.  Our ideal process is to start with a conversation involving the individuals who will be represented in the film.  Through audio recordings of these conversations, we can then identify the strongest voices and develop a narrative structure.  Following client approval of the narrative, a shot list will be created and coordinated through our team.  This process allows for purposeful filmmaking and also helps us work with different budgets and project scopes.  When it comes time for final assembly editing, the feedback process is much shorter because everyone has already agreed on the overall vision.  Photography is also a method we utilize to showcase someone's story and voice, whether as a single image, photo series or in conjunction with a film.  Our ultimate goal is to tell stories in a genuine and honest manner to our subjects and through this process we can accomplish that.

Let's continue this conversation...

we are happy to share more about our process as well as additional projects. 

Please reach out directly to:

Paul Horton, Principal


Friends and Collaborators 

These are some of the many Educational groups we have been fortunate to work with over the years.

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