2018 Year in Review

Looking back on 2018, we had opportunities to work on a lot of amazing projects from promos to music videos, documentaries to training filmmakers. To be honest, 2018 wasn’t always easy but we learned to trust God through a slow start and are incredibly thankful for the opportunities He brought along to help communicate truth with excellence. Here’s a look at our top 12 of 2018!
Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma

The Singing Churchmen of Oklahoma is an inspiring men’s choir. We produced a promo that showcased their passion and heart, using testimonies from the men themselves.

The blind artist

Enjoyed working as an editor on “The Blind Artist” short film!

family birth and wellness

We loved creating an emotional promo showcasing the stories of women who said Family Birth and Wellness created a happy beginning to their motherhood.

Redemption dawns

As the Director of Photography, we worked with Director Grace Ferraro to film a cinematic music video for the launch of Anna Ferraro Music’s new Christmas CD “Redemption Dawns.”

fargo police department

As a colorist, we always work alongside a director to help finalize their vision. It was a privilege to work with Bartlett Idea Co. on this cinematic video for the Fargo Police Department!


The Skit Guys share messages of truth in a compelling way and it was a privilege to work as a camera operator for the 2019 Easter films!

haiti footage

A production company in France licensed some of our footage from Haiti to use in the documentary “Slavery Routes.” It was fun to have our name in a project that crossed the ocean!


As the Director of Photography, we worked with Director Grace Ferraro to film a cinematic music video for the launch of Anna Ferraro Music’s new Christmas CD “Redemption Dawns.”

midwest christian filmmakers academy

The staff of Stonewall Farms has an inspiring heart for marriage and a beautiful venue for weddings. We greatly enjoyed working on MWCFA’s 2018 production as instructor and camera operator.

dowry of the meek

This is the story of Peter Stone’s life from addiction to heroin to transformation by the Gospel. We worked alongside The Window Ministries, Inc. to simplify the story and provide a final edit.


What a wonderful event to connect with friends and learn from leaders in Christian film!


John-Clay taught at CWVFF on color grading, movie trailers, and how to build a career in film. We love investing in the next generation of filmmakers and sharing how to make films with excellence!


Grateful to win “Best Promotional Film,” “Best Commercial,” & “Best Cinematography” for the International ALERT Academy Promo from 2017… and “Best Movie Trailer for the Altar Egos trailer!

2018 demo reel

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2022 Year In Review

2022 Year In Review

In 2022, we traveled across the United States, managing production for a 14-episode small group series along with shooting promos for clients and overseeing post-production for several documentaries. Here’s a look back at some of the highlights from 2022!

Renew Series Trailer

Renew Series Trailer

The Renew Trailer uses the visuals of the restoration of a truck as a metaphor for how every Christian man can find brokenness, freedom, and renewal in Christ – to become the leader God has called him to be.