Conflict is a six part mini-series that takes us behind the lenses of the world's best photographers and into their lives. Witness their personal and professional battles to engage with, understand, handle, capture and present different forms of conflict in the hopes of making the world better. The series has received two Vimeo Staff Picks and has been featured on CNN's Amanpour, World Press Photo, and The Atlantic.
A comercial for USPS about the future of their customer experience.
Written and produced in collaboration with the Alberta Family Wellness Initiative, Evans Hunt, and the FrameWorks Institute. This speed drawing video tells the core story of early childhood development. The animation has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times, has been translated into many foreign languages, and is considered a foundational document in early childhood advocacy.
[solidcore] Marquis Video
The workout, the founder, and the people of [solidcore].
What do you think about black fathers in America? And how does that stack up to the facts?
An explainer animation introducing the world to a better way to sell your own home.
A Vimeo Staff Pick with almost 200,000 views. Steven Crosby, a small town missionary in a strange land stumbles down the low road to salvation with the help of a little Mayan girl, a black magic woman, and asaint with a cigar. Shot on location in Antigua, Guatemala.
In support and solidarity of Funk in DC.
IFPRI 40th Anniversary
in celebration of 40 years of IFPRI doing the hard work behind the scenes to make sure that nutritious food is widely available, sustainable, and allows farmers to make an honest living.
DCSEU: A Newtility
An animated explainer video produced for the DC Sustainable Energy Utility. The video lays out how small changes ripple out and are helping make DC a model city for sustainability.
We Are New Hampshire
We Are New Hampshire is a short film that highlights how four women, in four communities in NH, are bringing newcomers and long-term residents together to shape their communities.
The Growth of Incarceration in the U.S.
An animated explainer video produced for The National Academy of Sciences on behalf of the FrameWorks Institute. This video illustrates the findings of the NRC report The Growth of Incarceration in the United States: Exploring Causes and Consequences. The nation's reliance on imprisonment has not clearly improved public safety and may have had large unwanted consequences for society.