"There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories."
- Ursula K. Le Guin
We are a passionate group of storytellers who dare to push the limits of creativity in our quest to tell compelling stories of individuals and businesses that are changing our communities, lives, and even the world. Our talent in storytelling has led us to successful and engaging campaigns for Fortune 500 companies.
Mark and John Cronin started a company with a unique mission: spreading happiness through socks. John has Down syndrome and John's father, Mark, was inspired to go into business with his son to empower him to have a high-quality job and subsequently, to create high-quality jobs for others with different abilities.
Working together with #TeamPixel and Google’s LGBT employee organization, the Gayglers, we developed a Pixel 2 campaign that takes a stance on how we define family. As a part of Pride 2018, the Pixel 2 campaign features families of all shapes and sizes, leaning in to the concept of chosen family and what that looks like.
We teamed up with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Google.org to help garner support for Puerto Rico recovery. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, small businesses were severely impacted. An estimated 10,000 are still closed today. Because Puerto Rico’s local communities are powered by small businesses, helping them recover is critical to the island’s economic and social recovery.
After more than three decades of working as a social worker, Rev. Georgiette Morgan-Thomas put off her plans for retirement and purchased the S & S Hat Company in Philadelphia, PA when it announced its closure in 2015. She assured the employees that she would fight to keep it alive.
We’ve worked closely with some of the largest companies on earth, telling stories both domestic and international.