Complex projects are our specialty. From filming in tricky locations, to negotiating with multiple government agencies, to multicasting, to filming in 3D, 4K, and 360, to attaching cameras to spaceships and submersibles, we’ve nearly done it all. Telling stories in 360 engages people like never before.
We’ve filmed or broadcast from the edges of space to deep beneath the ocean. Virtual reality is transforming storytelling, medicine, education, design, and more. We are among the first to adopt 360/VR technology as a storytelling medium and are a proud pioneer in the industry.
Nothing holds attention and influences people like a well told story. Turn your story/message into an experience with 360 video. We can help. Our proven track record includes over 900 successful media projects to date, in multiple mediums with many high profile clients.
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You've spent months thinking about your 360/VR project
and you're anxious to get started.
You know you need a 360 video to tell your story, but the process is mind-boggling and you don’t know where to start. Whether you’ve been down this road before (and had a bad experience) or you’re just getting started, it’s hard to know who to trust or what equipment to use. The 360 production world is full of quickly changing technologies and aggressive producers who talk big and don’t deliver.
We’re here to help you tell your story through 360 video in a way that feels authentic. Our proven track record includes over 900 successful media projects (from conception to completion), in multiple mediums using cutting edge technologies with many high profile clients.
The outstanding experience and passion of our team makes us unique in every sense.
We take our craft seriously.
Originality. Quality. Detail. 360 Storytelling.
It's what we do.
Haley is an award-winning producer, director and writer. She helps visionary entrepreneurs, including authors, startups, teachers, speakers, creative professionals, businesses, scientists, explorers, and adventurers take their stories from imagination to reality, tailored for multiple formats — from iPhone™ to large screen 3D to VR 360.
Her can-do approach has earned her a reputation as a results-getter for leading-edge clients – from James Cameron to Al Gore, WIRED to the X PRIZE, Baywatch to Barbie, Titanic to the Space Shuttle, and more.
“There is something exciting about telling a good story and working on technically challenging projects,” says Haley. “As a producer, I find material, shape it, and build momentum around it to actualize it as content in the medium of my choice. Every project is a new enterprise that needs to be taken from imagination to reality. They are not only creative ventures, but business entities. These productions: be they film, television, online or all of the above, need a savvy producer to see them through from the creative process, to production, to business strategy. Every single project, no matter what, is met with passion and purpose. The vibe is contagious and I love my job.”
Haley Jackson has built a career on hard work, risk-taking, leadership, and a strong knack for building lasting client relationships. Haley’s purpose and passion lies in inspiring and engaging the public through visual storytelling.
She has produced and directed on dozens of complex, large and award-winning projects, from the edges of space to deep beneath the ocean, for clients such as Lightstorm Entertainment, The Climate Reality Project, The X PRIZE Foundation, Mojave Air and Spaceport, A&E, PBS, Discovery Channel, Science Channel, The California Science Center and WIRED.
Haley recently produced thirteen short documentary films in fourteen countries in nine weeks and she recently won ten Tellys for her work with 24 Hours of Reality.
Coffee addict. Skier. Science Junkie. Explorers Club Fellow National.
The High Cost of Cheap Gas, his film expose of the global fracking industry, has won major international awards including best documentary at Envirofilm, best news film at the LA Independent Film Festival and others.
He is a correspondent, presenter and producer for LinkTV, PBS, Global Post, and writes for the UK Guardian science pages. His work appears in Vanity Fair, the LA Times, Newsweek, Time Magazine, Reuters, Africa Geographic, the New York Times, the Economist and other publications.
His specialty is cross-platform multimedia projects that converge print, web, television and mobile content for news delivery through innovative production. He is based in Colorado and South Africa.
Dave Faires has been actively involved in the film/television industry for over 20 years. He has worked with 20th Century Fox, Ted Turner Pictures, Intel Microsoft, IBM, Baseball Hall of Fame, Stevie Wonder, NASCAR, Scott Cassell and many others. Currently in post production on the doc “Tiger of the Himalayas” The Apa Sherpa Story. Mr. Faires’ expertise lies in three main areas-the creation of original programming (concept to completion), the development of industry education required to train professionals in the film/television business and consulting and buildout in the area of mobile television trucks. Mr. Faires specializes in high-end camera work using Panavision and Arriflex 35mm film cameras, 2K/4K 3D 360 camera and Steadicam systems. Dave has over 15 years working on Avid’s Media Composer, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro.
Mr. Faires also has an extensive background in high-end film/television training. He has a Masters Degree in media education and was directly involved in the creation and success of the film school Full Sail http://www.fullsail.com/ in Orlando, Florida. There, he developed curriculum, oversaw all production activities, supervised industry professionals, evaluated and purchased equipment and played a key role in its world class status today.