Who we are
We're a small team. Working with us is a personal experience so your voice won't get lost in the final product.
Our gear is top of the line, but we also enjoy living out of our backpacks so we can throw ourselves into any story. We're comfortable working everywhere from remote rainforests in Indonesia to the Sierra Nevada mountains, and interviewing everyone from Oscar-winning actresses to your three-year-old niece.
Past clients include the National YoungArts Foundation, Segal Family Foundation, Barack Obama's 2012 campaign, Tom Steyer, Sir Richard Branson, Michelle Obama, No Barriers, and NextGen America.
Matty Neikrug has traveled to the most remote corners of the U.S. filming stories about the impacts of climate change on human lives – families in Arkansas rebuilding in the aftermath of an oil spill, a small town in California’s central valley running out of water in the midst of a four-year drought. He worked on Barack Obama’s 2012 campaign and Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote initiative, filming videos across key battleground states. Matty’s work aims to empower communities by connecting their stories.
Sindha Agha is a Pakistani-American filmmaker & photographer from rural Illinois who creates intimate, anthropological works that harmonize humor and sadness. Sindha experiments with documentary and narrative genres to illustrate how social forces shape deeply personal experiences. “Birth Control Your Own Adventure,” her hybrid personal documentary about systemic sexism in reproductive healthcare, has over 12 million views on Facebook Watch, and is an official selection for the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. Sindha is a 2018 Sundance Ignite Fellow and Sundance New Voices Fellow.