We are a wily bunch of creatives. We work independently and collaboratively. We work all over the world.
Kelly is an Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker having produced for PBS, ARTE, BBC and more. She designs advocacy campaigns, and worked in Guatemala, Peru, Namibia and South Africa for over a decade.
Ezra Claytan Daniels
ILLUSTRATOR \ ART DIRECTOR
Ezra is a writer, illustrator and interactive designer whose immersive motion comic Upgrade Soul was nominated for a 2013 IndieCade Independent Game Award.
Akintunde won the 2007 World Press Photo. He works for clients like Reuters, documenting kinetic life in Nigeria.
Erik designs interactive stories made out of comics, games, music, and touch. His work was nominated for an IndieCade Award and is part of the permanent collection at SF MOMA.
Anthony composes soundscapes, playing trumpet, bass, guitar, keyboards, and percussion. His band JUDO NO is an eclectic mix of Afro, Latino, grunge, rock and hip hop beats.
Kedar creates interactive GIFs that are played like games, advocate for change, and spread like crazy on social media.
ARTIST \ DESIGNER
Lek is an artist and designer creating dynamic illustrations, installations, murals and sculptures. His work has by featured by clients like Starbucks and the Coachella Music and Arts Festival.
ANIMATOR \ ARTIST
Adebukola Buki Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist. Her art and animation work has been screened or exhibited nationally and internationally at museums and festivals.
Dr. James Suzman
WRITER \ ANTHROPOLOGIST
James works with every major Bushman group in southern Africa and published Kalahari Truffle and the Meaning of Life.
ACTIVIST \ ACTOR
Q'orianka appeared as Pocahontas in Terence Malick's The New World and the feature Princess Kaiulani. As an activist, she has campaigned for Amnesty International, Amazon Watch and Greenpeace.
Guy De Lancey
CINEMATOGRAPHER \ DIRECTOR
Guy is cinematographer, commercials director, and theater actor. He has studied under Godfrey Reggio at Benetton's world renowned communications and research center, Fabrica.
Brenda Avila Hanna
PRODUCER \ EDUCATOR
Brenda is a UCSC lecturer and documentary filmmaker focused on human rights issues in the Latino community.