What's Your Story?
Together we will identify
your most compelling content and translate it for the world to see.
We will collaborate to tell your story through words and images across a wide variety of platforms, both print and online.
Captivating visual and immersive stories that make the complex world of research more approachable to a broader audience
The Arctic Halocline rated top ten VR films of 2023 and featured on MetaQuests TV homepage
BRANDS & CONTENT
Corporate communication that helps leading brands express their identity and reach their audience in new and exciting ways with transformative stories that build audience engagement and community empowerment.
EDUCATION & OUTREACH
Education and public outreach initiatives that alchemize from cross-pollination between art, science, industry and technology and advance STEAM engagement with immersive & interactive learning that connects lived experiences of the natural world with climate science research
''All these questions about MOSAiC and climate, and why I do what I do have further facilitated a lot of thinking about what it means to share information and tell stories. I feel very lucky that I had the opportunity to do this kind of thinking and story-telling with Amy. Now, after a number of interviews, it's very clear to me that the stories I can tell are created in part by the person I am speaking with; the person asking the questions. I think Amy's questions and process of inquiry made me more mindful of the information, and how to share it. Therefore, my MOSAiC experiences and the narratives I share are intertwined with her insights.'' — Dr. Allison Fong, ECO Team Leader, MOSAiC Expedition
For this two-month period of the NABOS cruise, Amy became a valued member of our crew. She gained a lot of respect for her dedication, enthusiasm, and, at the same time, respect for the work of other people. Amy’s unique blend and balance between journalistic integrity and aesthetic sensibility and rigor helped contribute to this success. I loved working with Amy, particularly, because she managed to make this process very collaborative.” — Dr. Igor Polyakov, Professor University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Natural Science and Mathematics
Amy is curious about by the way others connect with the world. She is fast to introduce herself, builds relationships with scientists readily, and is great at asking questions. Amy is an idea person whose motivation for her work comes from enthusiasm about the natural world, the tools she uses, and the possibilities to engage others through her work. - Laura Dr. M. Whitmore, Research Assistant Professor, International Arctic Research Center