Before earning his MFA in Film & Electronic Media from American University, Richard spent time working with District 7 Media creating beautiful motion-timelapses and with USA Today’s video team producing and hosting his own weekly web series. His films have seen success at numerous festivals, including his win for Best Documentary at The Washington Film Festival for his film “Revealing LeMoyne”, as well as his winning of the McDonald’s Lovin’ Video Competition at the American Black Film Festival for his film “Puppy Love”. His most recent short film “Courting Lewis Baker” currently enters the festival circuit as he begins preproduction of his first feature film.
From the birth of an idea to the completion of a project, we pride ourselves in making stories come to life. We offer full service video production for narrative and documentary films, commercials, music videos, branding initiatives and more. We use our photography to capture life’s most beautiful moments including portraiture, landscapes, and daily life. Most importantly, we will provide you with engaging visual content to help take your story to the next level.
Whether it be a song, photo, or in this case a pair of shoes, we all have that special something that triggers a memory within us. Once that moment passes, it lives there in time forever as something we will never be able to duplicate. This “coming of age” story from the position of the elderly is driven by the emotions brought from those triggered memories and the wishful feeling of reliving those moments.
Having become suddenly cognizant of her age, a former flamenco dancer tries to relive her past.
The LeMoyne Center is a treasured and historical landmark of the Washington, Pennsylvania community. The positive impact on the youth that came about once the center reopened after a tragic fire is unquantifiable. We were contacted by the head of the center to document this history, and we couldn’t be happier to use our visual talents to help share their story.
A short documentary covering the rise, fall, and resurrection of the beloved LeMoyne Community Center in the small town of Washington, PA.
Love may be one of the only things that bring both blissful happiness and dreadful sorrow. Often times the very things that draw us to a person are the same things that eventually push us away. Using the same simple routine throughout the story, we explore how the cycle of love can change its meaning better or worse.
A man forced to continuously relive the same monotonous evening with his wife must stop at nothing to break the cycle, or risk losing his love forever.
“Show us what lovin’ means to you” was the prompt given for the McDonald’s Lovin’ Video Competition, along with a few other guidelines. Keep the project between 90 seconds and 2 minutes, use a McDonald’s related prop, and use the word “lovin” in dialogue. For this project, we limited the dialogue to allow the story to be told as visually as possible and allow for the emotional connection to naturally develop. As a result, the connection between our young actress and her mother was nothing short of magical, and the experience of working with children was all too much fun.
After a young girl's mother goes away to war, she finds love through an unexpected friend.