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We are a tribe of artists, storytellers

We are a tribe of
artists, storytellers



We are creative individuals and collaborators who have ideas and the courage to pursue them with passion, integrity and excellence.

We create things.
We experiment.
We take risks.

And we seek others who are like-minded and like-hearted to pursue diverse and meaningful collaborations.

Whether it is a story, product or service, we believe  the power of

redemptive and inspiring storytelling

can change individual lives and
positively impact our culture.

We create brands with
teams that challenge,
inspire and generate value
for audiences and markets

Every idea
has a story.
What is


Warren McCleskey

Warren McCleskey

The compelling true story of the U.S. Supreme Court history making Georgia death-row inmate, Warren McCleskey, and his unlikely friendship with a troubled teenager.

Set against the brazen misconduct of our contemporary legal system, the story explores the relationship between two disparate men, the undying quest for justice and the improbable ways in which we discover hope.



Inspired by true events, “Thirst” is a modern fable chronicling the ruinous decline of Billy, an urban nomad, wrestling with the consequences of his choices. When he finds temporary work at a skid-row joint, he is forced to confront a terrifying future in the faces and apparent fates of the bar’s life-battered habitués.  Starring Melanie Griffith, Josh Pence, Gale Harold and Michael Bofshever, and directed by Rachel McDonald. “Thirst” made its world premiere at the 67th Locarno International Film Festival.

Film Hawk

Film Hawk

Film Hawk follows Bob Hawk from his early years as a young gay child of a Methodist minister to his current career as a consultant on some of the most influential independent films of our time. This is a personal look at a man who has dedicated his life to the arts. And an inside look at the struggles and triumphs of indie filmmaking, told by the filmmakers themselves. Film Hawk premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.