When you tell a remarkable story, the world opens up.
Bringing a story to life is like rock-climbing. You know where you are and you can visualize where you want to go, but their are many paths that connect the two and the ‘right’ one is often not so clear. With that climb comes great uncertainty, constant challenges, and the need for a solid approach that will take you to the top.
A climber needs rope, shoes, and carabiner’s but they don’t climb the rock any more then the pen and paper will write a great story for you. Cameras don’t tell stories, people do. Yet so often we focus on the gear as our way of making an impact, taking that next step, and telling a powerful story.
I’m reminded of a famous line from Fight Club – we are not our khakis nor are we our cameras.
This short film is our attempt to share what we feel lies at the heart of a remarkable story. If this moves you, it is the foundation of our Storytelling With Heart workshop starting Feb 1st.