In 2018 our documentary The Johnny Effect won a New York EMMY Award. We made it for Turning Point Brooklyn through BRIC’s Media Share program. It runs 10 minutes and was broadcast on Brooklyn Free Speech.


NYC Department of Small Business Services

We were hired by studio BK, the digital content agency of BRIC, to create 24 videos for the NYC Department of Small Business Services Neighborhood 360º program. We worked in six commercial corridors across the city, producing four videos for each location: one 30-second piece, two 60-second pieces, and one longer magazine-style program.

Our videos were distributed through SBS’ social media channels, by community-based organizations in each of the commercial corridors, and a select few were broadcast on NYC Media.


New York University Office of Undergraduate Admissions


The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Arizona

Founded on April 26, 1946, the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul has a long history of helping the poor in Phoenix. These are a few of the things we’ve made with them – gala videos, social media content, and broadcast PSAs.


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New York Academy of Sciences


Lulu & Leo Fund

The Lulu & Leo Fund, established in memory of Lucia (Lulu) and Leo Krim, helps children and families foster creative confidence and build resilience through art-making and other educational activities.


Living Liturgy from St. James’ Church

St. James’ Church is a thriving Episcopal parish on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. In 2018 they committed to diving deeper into the hows and whys of Christian worship. As part of this initiative, we created an informal, 6-part behind-the-scenes look at the Mass called Living Liturgy. The six episodes are: Preparing & Arriving; the Gospel & the Sermon; Prayers & Confession; the Peace & Offertory; the Great Thanksgiving; and Communion.

Living Liturgy features St. James’ clergy and staff and was shot on iPhone. All spoken word is unscripted. Because the series targets an internal audience – that is, St. James’ parishioners – on-screen characters and locations are not identified with text because they’re already known to viewers.