We are a team of award-winning visual storytellers, specialized in creating powerful still and moving images for socially responsible organizations. Having worked on projects ranging from our own communities in the U.S. to West African cities and remote Mexican villages, we are driven to tell stories that help others and transcend stereotypes about marginalized populations.

We seek opportunities to document people working together to improve their communities and shape a more sustainable future. As trained and experienced journalists, we produce documentary-style photos and short films to engage audiences with high-quality, honest storytelling.


our team


Jim Tuttle

Creative Director

Jim produces documentary-style visuals, doing much of his work in West Africa. He graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and worked as a newspaper reporter for four years before pursuing a master’s degree in the Multimedia Photography & Design program at Syracuse University. His work has been published by The New York Times, The Player’s Tribune, The Dallas Morning News and National Public Radio, among others. See his portfolio.


Alex Lancial

Managing Director

Alex’s passion for documentary film began while she was earning her bachelor’s degree in journalism and master’s degree in mass communication from the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University. She produced video journalism for The Boston Globe, where she won an Emmy Award for a story about sexual assault survivors. Her work has appeared on HBO, The Boston Globe, Center for Public Integrity, and The Today Show, among others. See her portfolio.