A great story is the most important part of creating a memorable message. Our process goes a little something like this...
You share your great idea. We listen. We come up with a story that nails the concept you want to develop, and aligns with your business goals.
We develop a unifying vision, which aligns with your core values and business strategy, creating an experience that connects with your audience.
With a clever concept, a solid narrative, and a defined brand, beautiful design and visual media emerge and resonate with your company’s personality and values.
Nicole Foley, Creative Producer
Businesses can create positive social impact. I tell those stories. From defining the strategic message to executing the final product, I help mission-based startups and corporations articulate their purpose beyond the bottom line. I use a variety of tools to express the core values that will unite a brand’s tribe—film is my favorite.
My latest project, a documentary short called “Couper Was Here,” has won awards at Palm Springs International ShortFest, San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, and Oakland Short Film Festival. I use Couper’s story to draw attention to the homelessness crisis, and to challenge people’s perspectives on this controversial issue.
Clients and project work include Levi's, Misfit/Fossil Group, Genentech, VMware, Ixia, Fluidigm, Sauce Labs, Teridion, the American Association of the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the American Public Health Association (APHA), Turner4D, and InterAction.
Sandra Salas, Writer
An award-winning writer, Sandra has written shorts, promos, and features. Her independent productions include co-writing, co-producing, and directing a documentary-style TV pilot. She has field produced broadcast news spots and corporate videos for Medialink. Sandra's industry experience includes working behind the scenes on numerous commercials, promos, films, and TV shows including Hell’s Kitchen and MGM’s new hit America’s Greatest Makers.
Her on-going work on her feature documentary, Recovering Irma, has garnered funding and creative support from the Sundance DFP fund, nextPix “firstPix humanistic media award, the NALIP Latino Media Market, the NALIP LAMP Fellowship program, and the NALIP/HBO LPA Fellowship program. Salas was also awarded fiscal sponsorship from the San Francisco Film Society (SFFS) for her documentary and continues to receive their ongoing support. During her off hours, she can be found skateboarding through the streets of Hollywood and hiking in Griffith Park with her dog Georgie Girl.