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Tamer Seckin Tribute (2017)
Tamer Seckin Tribute (2017)
A video tribute to Dr. Tamer Seckin, founder of the Endometriosis Foundation of America
From Harlem to Compton (2016)
From Harlem to Compton (2016)
A short documentary that follows NDS , a New York-based non-profit legal firm, as it attempts to open a California office.
Cesar Millan, Scientific American: Psychology (2017)
Cesar Millan, Scientific American: Psychology (2017)
Cesar is known the world over as “The Dog Whisperer”. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
Got 90 Seconds?, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Got 90 Seconds?, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
A 90-second animated video that illustrates what makes the Scientific American: Psychology textbook unique.
PPA Capital Campaign (2014)
PPA Capital Campaign (2014)
A fundraising video produced for the Pinelands Preservation Alliance, a nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to preserving the Pine Barrens of New Jersey.
Dan Foster, ​Scientific American: Psychology (2014)
Dan Foster, ​Scientific American: Psychology (2014)
Dr. Foster is a clinical psychologist who works with Native Americans in South Dakota. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
Misha Versus Moscow (2009)
Misha Versus Moscow (2009)
Following a disastrous war against Russia, Georgian president Mikheil "Misha" Saakashvili finds himself ostracized by his western allies and facing demands to resign.
Ivonne Mosquera-Schmidt, ​Scientific American: Psychology (2014)
Ivonne Mosquera-Schmidt, ​Scientific American: Psychology (2014)
Ivonne Mosquera-Schmidt is a world-class triathlete, despite having lost her eyesight as a child. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
Christina Santhouse, ​Scientific American: Psychology ​ (2014)
Christina Santhouse, ​Scientific American: Psychology ​ (2014)
Christina had radical brain surgery to relieve childhood seizures. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
Scientific American: Psychology, Second Edition (2016)
Scientific American: Psychology, Second Edition (2016)
A video highlighting the Scientific American; Psychology 2E textbook, featuring authors Misty Hull, Deb Licht and Coco Ballantyne.
Wheeling Forward (2013)
Wheeling Forward (2013)
A sizzle reel about Wheeling Forward, a business started by two wheelchair-bound best friends that helps clients overcome the impossible.
I Wanna Wanda (2010)
I Wanna Wanda (2010)
Written and directed by Barbara Parks, this animated short film follows mischievous scamp Wanda, who really doesn’t want to brush her teeth.
Ross Szabo, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Ross Szabo, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Ross is a mental health pioneer who suffers from bipolar disorder. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
A neuroanatomist, Dr. Bolte-Taylor’s own stroke led to enlightenment. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
New Life Cruisers (2014)
New Life Cruisers (2014)
Skate culture and street art collide in this sizzle reel as four slackers struggle to straighten up and make a name for themselves.
Matt Utesch, ​Scientific American: Psychology ​ (2014)
Matt Utesch, ​Scientific American: Psychology ​ (2014)
Matt Utesch has found a way to live with narcolepsy. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
Scientific American: Psychology, 1st Edition (2014)
Scientific American: Psychology, 1st Edition (2014)
A sales video for the Scientific American: Psychology textbook, featuring the authors Misty Hull, Deb Licht and Coco Ballantyne, and professional talent.
Julius Achon, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Julius Achon, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Julius is a marathon runner, charity director and former child soldier. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
Yoga, Inc. (2007)
Yoga, Inc. (2007)
John Philp's 2007 documentary asks whether the practice of yoga can survive big business with its good karma intact.
NDS 25 Anniversary Gala (2015)
NDS 25 Anniversary Gala (2015)
Lawyers and clients discuss how the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem has impacted their lives.
Overkill (2013)
Overkill (2013)
A sizzle reel about Overkill, a cutting-edge design firm that builds customized vehicles and large-scale environmental art.
Frogs, Toads & Love (2007)
Frogs, Toads & Love (2007)
Written and directed by Barbara Parks, a claymation short film about a little boy and the startling things that come out of his mouth.
Reel Men (2012)
Reel Men (2012)
A sizzle reel about Cape Cod tuna fishermen. This pitch eventually became the two-part Animal Planet series Fighting Tuna.
Presenting Psychology (2015)
Presenting Psychology (2015)
A video highlighting the Presenting Psychology textbook, featuring authors Misty Hull, Deb Licht and Coco Ballantyne.
Saifa Wall, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2016)
Saifa Wall, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2016)
Saifa Wall is an intersex activist and artist . Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
Ericka Harley, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2016)
Ericka Harley, ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2016)
Ericka is a working parent and busy mother. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.
555 (2010)
555 (2010)
A sizzle reel for a cooking competition show in which five elite chefs have five days to prepare a winning menu built around a heritage-breed pig.