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We're a band of filmmakers and photographers who, as a rule, always let our curiosity get the better of us. Frankly, we believe that the process of discovery is as important as what goes on the screen. We tell stories big, small and anywhere in between.

stillmotion

We're a band of filmmakers and photographers who, as a rule, always let our curiosity get the better of us. Frankly, we believe that the process of discovery is as important as what goes on the screen. We tell stories big, small and anywhere in between.

We've racked up plenty of miles and hard drive space cooking up work for Apple, Canon, Callaway, NFL, and Tiffen. Not that unabashed name dropping tells you much about who we are and what we offer. For that, we prefer to let our work do the talking for us. It's all been packaged for easy consumption on our website and blog. While there, you can wash it all down with the latest juice on our educational events too. Feel free to drop by any time. We'll leave the porch light on.

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