We're filmmakers, photographers & writers living out of our backpacks. We tell stories that matter & we're traveling the world to find them.

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 water in the midst of a four-year drought. He documented the United Nations conference on climate change in Paris, where 188 countries committed to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions, and flew over the Alberta Tar Sands, giving voice to a First Nations community living downstream from one of the worst ecological disasters in the world. Before that, Matty worked to re-elect President Obama in 2012, creating campaign videos across the battleground state of Wisconsin and filming countless celebrity advocates including Olivia Munn, Ben McKenzie, Kal Penn and Michelle Obama.

Sindha Agha is currently an Ignite Fellow with the Sundance Institute. She is dedicated to helping people understand one another by blending documentary & narrative genres to create candid, intimate films that illustrate how social forces shape deeply personal experiences. Her career began at Hampton Creek, where she produced a New York Times print ad series that joined 1.3 million readers in dialogue with the CEO over the company's mission, and helped launch an entrepreneurship project in Liberia to offer economic opportunities to young women at risk of being trafficked. Sindha then joined environmental PAC NextGen Climate for the 2017 election cycle, where she wrote & produced persuasion ads starring talent such as Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman.