WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US
“On time, professional and creative. A+!”William Poor, Digital Discovery Networks
“Working with Maho and David felt like they’d already been part of the team! With their video we were able to get funding for new projects.”Ilse Caballeros, Hope Haven Guatemala
“Maho’s work is extraordinary! She managed to capture the essence of our NGO and we attracted more donors that were moved by her work.”Sophie McKee, Education for the Children
“David is an excellent shooter and great to work with. I recommend David to anyone looking for a skilled video journalist.”Brock Stoneham, NBC
“David was great to work with. His shooting and stories are excellent.”Geraldine Azocar, MSNBC
“Maho and David did an exceptional job! The story is full of color.”Tupac Saavedra, AJ+
THE STORIES BEHIND OUR STORIES
130 million girls worldwide are denied their right to education, but this 15-year-old and her father are connecting with other families to create change.
They are one of the best ways to engage donors, and video production is now far more affordable than it used to be. Make the best NGO video in 8 easy steps.
In India, traditions have kept widows from enjoying their life for centuries. This is about to change! Our first story from India about widows celebrating the Diwali festival.
A year ago, we joined mothers from Central America on their difficult journey through Mexico in search of their missing children for AJ+.
Our latest video for News Deeply’s Women and Girls Hub about Lucy, a young indigenous woman from rural Guatemala who changes lives through family planning.
Our new video for WINGS, a US-Guatemalan NGO that’s been advancing sexual and reproductive rights throughout the country for the past 15 years.
We are happy to share our video for the Guatemalan NGO Small Change for Big Change which empowers indigenous families through health and education with you!
Our latest short documentary for AJ Plus joins teenagers in El Salvador that volunteer with the Salvation Commandos to help victims of the gang violence.
Our video about the surprising second life of old US school buses in Guatemala for AJ+ was viewed more than one Million times in just 24 hours.
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