As a documentary filmmaker and cultural anthropologist, Alyssa employs her curiosity about humanity as an intuitive guide for the creative process. She produces films that reveal the passion, emotion, and stories that connect or divide us. Focused on story, authenticity, visually stunning and emotive imagery, Alyssa’s ethnographic research and interactive skills allow her to tap into diverse populations, from brand cultures to traditional communities.
Alyssa has brought her creative approach to National Geographic, HBO, SpikeTV, TLC, and A&E as well as many non-profits and brands. She is the Director of the award-winning documentary film, Family of the Wa’a, which is currently touring film festivals around the globe.
Zachary is an award-winning Cinematographer and Producer whose work has been featured on National Geographic Television, HBO, MTV, PBS, Edutopia, Sony’s Professional website, and The Film Study Center at Harvard University.
As both a filmmaker and an anthropologist, Zachary weaves tapestries of moving images and sounds that draw the subtleties of the human experience into new focus. The results are cinematically beautiful stories that help us deepen our understanding of the world we live in.
Zachary is currently the Director of Video Programming for the George Lucas Educational Foundation, Edutopia, where his stories about the most successful and innovative schools in America reach an audience of over 500,000 people every month.