We serve up authenticity in every image. If it isn’t real and relatable, your audience will only hear noise. They’re too discerning and tune out what they don’t trust. We didn’t always understand that truth, but then our journey took an unexpected turn in a very dark place in Cambodia.
That’s a story we’d love to share over a cup of coffee sometime, but the bottom line is we suddenly found ourselves producing a lot of brutally authentic, gripping, and true stories. From going undercover in Asia to expose human trafficking, to camping in a remote village in Africa where clean water was barely a dream. It created in us a low tolerance for the fake, so for every brand, agency, or nonprofit we serve, we keep it real because we’ve seen how people respond.