There is nothing we love more than helping our clients tell their story. 


We were really excited to have worked on this vocations video for the Archdiocese of Mobile. We think this is a glimpse behind the curtain of what the priesthood really looks like. It's not always glamorous or even what they thought it would be- but that is heroic in the kind of quiet and real way that is inspiring. We got to interview some tremendous priests talking about their priesthood.


We were honored to be able to put together the Fr. Mike Legacy film for Franciscan University. We had about a month turn around time to have it ready for a debut at Graduation. It was a really quick turn around. Father Michael Scanlan, TOR, held many roles at Franciscan University of Steubenville, but it was his vocation as spiritual father that he cherished most. As the best of fathers do, Father Mike taught us to surrender our lives joyfully to God our Father, to say yes and then do whatever He tells us. 


We were very excited to begin working with Anonymous Agape locally in Fairhope. Anonymous Agape is a newly formed non-profit that looks to tell the stories of those who are doing good things and at the same time quietly answer some needs that others may experience. It's a pretty cool idea and a great group of guys to work with.Coach Mo is the first story we were able to capture. He works with Athletes in Action out of Xenia Ohio. He spends his days working in the basketball world bringing Christ into the game.


“In our world of big names, curiously, our true heroes tend to be anonymous. In this life of illusion and quasi-illusion, the person of solid virtues who can be admired for something more substantial than his well-knownness often proves to be the unsung hero: the teacher, the nurse, the mother, the honest cop, the hard worker at lonely, underpaid, unglamorous, unpublicized jobs.” —Daniel J. Boorstin 

 We live in a culture that prizes celebrity, while often failing to recognize and value true virtue. Unsung exists to tell the untold stories of unsung heroes. By upholding the inherent dignity and uniqueness of every person’s story, Unsung serves to inform people of individual needs and inspire them to action. 

 This project tells the story of Charles Graham, a homeless man who was paralyzed when he was a teenager and his incredible journey since that time. Through the various circumstances of his life he found himself in need of some help.After releasing this piece it was featured in local news outlets and caught the attention of thousands of people in the area he was from. Through this exposure Charles was able to get a home, a job, and some financial support to get back on his feet.


We worked with Carmel Health Network to create a film that showcased the heart of what they do. The goal of this project was to create something to be used in helping CHN receive funds through their grant writing process. After completing the video they saw a tremendous increase in the amount of funding they were able to secure from their grants. 

Carmel Health Network is a non-profit corporation in Mobile, Alabama whose mission is to provide access to primary healthcare for the underprivileged children of Mobile, Alabama (and its surrounding area) as well as empower, educate, enlighten, and inspire our youth to attain goals that may appear insurmountable.Carmel Health Network (CHN) serves as a comprehensive medical home to over 6,000 children, provides parenting classes on health topics and assists enrolled families in developing a home environment conducive for academic success and productive citizenship in the community, world and one day - in heaven. 

CHN programs strongly promote the dignity and sanctity of life and the God-given role of parents as the primary educators, nurturers, and providers for their precious children.To help them with their cause go to:


We partnered with the Christian Outreach Office of Franciscan University of Steubenville to create a film that told the story of how the conferences impact the lives of those who attend.Jesus gave St. Francis the mission to “Go, rebuild My Church.” That is the mission of Steubenville Conferences. 

We were able to highlight a handful of people sharing their own life-changing encounter with Jesus at one of these dynamic conferences.