We’re filming a video on managing pain through expert-guided exercises.
Author Archives: Naomi
I was asked to produce a documentary-style video for a Bay Area private school – The King’s Academy – and, because of its close-knit atmosphere, we decided to focus on the authentic experience of the students themselves. Dynamic and close-up video showcase student life, retreats and service trips, extra-curricular activities, and the close mentorship between […]
Nicholas Gunn Music Video From sunrise at the beach to a full moon at tea garden ruins on top of a private mountain, the whole music video shoot was pretty spectacular. In addition, we were of course serenaded with beautiful flute music and flamenco guitar by world class musicians. Not a bad gig as second […]
Brand Journalism seems to be the new buzzword in the marketing and PR world. What’s interesting is that it’s not direct marketing, it’s not even content marketing, and can even be unrelated to a company’s product or service itself. Brand Journalism thinks about the broader sphere of the industry first. It informs a large audience […]
What a meaningful and fun project to Produce! My team and I were able to work with the Northern California Community Loan Fund (NCCLF), filming with constituents of the non-profits they serve across the SF Bay Area. NCCLF provides financing and expertise to strengthen low-income neighborhoods and enable disadvantaged people to build a better future. […]
Great news! My film, A Perfect Match, has been selected by Moving Train to receive fiscal sponsorship – allowing the film to receive tax-deductible donations! Moving Train’s mission is to help documentary filmmakers tell compelling, socially relevant and entertaining stories that become catalysts for change. Through fiscal sponsorship and mentoring Moving Train will demystify and […]
The iconic & historic Independent Bookstore — Kepler’s of Menlo Park, CA — announced a prototype model for independent bookstores that would create next-generation community literary venues. This is welcoming and timely news for the 25% of independent bookstores who are left surviving in the US. The project aims to create an innovative hybrid business […]
I created a new design for our TV production truck.
The Global Lives Project debuted our world premiere exhibit at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco to an opening night crowd of more than 1,100 people! For the first time ever, we screened our series of ten 24-hour videos of daily life from around the planet.
On August 3rd, I faced the biggest physical challenge of my life: running the San Francisco Marathon! But documentary protagonist Erica faces an even greater challenge, living with leukemia.