visual stories are incredibly powerful

They allow us to connect with people we may never meet--in different times and in different places we may never go. They allow us to enter into their space, and feel what they feel.

Listening is the first step to changing the world. But in order to listen, we need a story to hear. It is a privilege for me to be able to tell the stories of people whose voices might not be heard otherwise.

"Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. 

Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy."

Proverbs 31:8-9




In March 2015, my brother and I traveled to Nepal to tell the story of a pastor we knew who was caring for a group of orphans in desperate need, but lacked the resources to build a home for them. We created our first short documentary, started a non-profit.  Thanks to many generous donors, an orphanage was built, and 27 kids received monthly sponsors! This is the trailer for it's debut at our church in 2015.

Check out our website to see the film and the ongoing work in Nepal.



There are so many natural resources in Haiti for cultivating the land, but many Haitians have not been taught how to properly utilize them. A young Haitian man, Jovenel, is striving to teach others better farming techniques through his own plot of land.




Too many people in Haiti die just because they can't make it to the hospital in time to receive treatment.

Dr. Maklin, a Haitian doctor, dreams of The New Hope Hospital. It will provide medical care to over 250,000 people without access to adequate healthcare resources in Haiti.



Branches is an after-school program that serves under-resourced families in Miami-Dade County. This is the story of Ismail, a youth in the program.