Heights connects Philly youth to careers and college with a network of people who believe — and invest — in their talents.
Heights is the result of a merger between Philadelphia’s two strongest educational non-profits, Steppingstone Academy and Philadelphia Futures. This launch video, announcing the name of the new organization for the first time, was projected before a large in-person audience of press, students, and educators, while also being live streamed. The video was followed by a speech from Super Bowl Champion and Philadelphia Legend, Jason Kelce, who plays center for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Fundraising video for Chester Charter Scholars Academy featuring CCSA and Widener University graduate, Michele Stewart. CCSA is a K-12 Non-Profit Public Charter school that serves students in the Chester Upland School District and surrounding areas by delivering a high quality arts-integrated curriculum.
The Tower Hill School in Wilmington, Delaware asked us to produce a video for their Admissions Department welcoming newly accepted students for the 2023-24 school year. Welcome to Tower Hill!
CCSA is a K-12 Non-Profit Public Charter school that serves students in the Chester Upland School District and surrounding areas by delivering a high quality arts-integrated curriculum.
Urgently combating systemic racial and socioeconomic inequality, Steppingstone Scholars creates access to educational and workforce opportunities for talented, underserved students in the City of Philadelphia. The Steppingstone Academy program provides rigorous learning opportunities to high-achieving students facing significant socioeconomic challenges.
Steppingstone Scholars and Philadelphia Futures — two of the biggest non-profits helping kids across Philadelphia — are merging! This short video gives a preview of the merger happening this fall.
Meet former Villanova Head Coach Julie Young and Episcopal Academy Head Coach Josie Tomaino, co-directors of Philly Blast. The lacrosse club is a competitive program located outside of Philadelphia preparing girls for elite lacrosse tournaments and playing at the college level.
We asked Tory to produce a promotional video for our club because we wanted to take our video content on our website to the next level. It came out awesome! She and her business partner Dax Roggio were organized and were able to shoot the interview and video of the girls playing in one day. Tory made us feel comfortable in the interview and we were able to easily convey our club’s mission. We love the video that was created because we feel it is authentic, informational, and fun. We would recommend them to any sports club looking to step up their website content with video!
Alicia Calahane Lewis is a novelist and poet. Her latest book, The Intrepid Meditator, is now on sale. This promotional video was shot over two days in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and tells Alicia’s story on her website and social media.
I have nothing but positive things to say about working with Tory and Dax. Turning my simple vision for a promotional video into a love letter to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with beautiful photography, well-edited sound, and transitions, they simply exceeded my expectations. As both Tory and Dax have an innate understanding of how to work in a co-creative way, they are extremely patient, cooperative, professional, yet easy-going. They listened to me, but true to their co-creative spirit were able to make their own exceptionally positive creative decisions to capture the essence of what I was hoping to convey. They intuitively found that essence, and the end result is like meditation itself.
Bakers Centre Laundry in North Philadelphia requested a broadcast television commercial to air on network television during the 76ers playoff run in the 2022 NBA playoffs. The commercial was shot on location in one day and turned around in less than a week.
Introducing the Connelly Foundation’s Class of 2022 Neumann Scholars. This video was shown at a live event at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. The Neumann Scholars program identifies academically talented eighth-grade students in the parochial school system and provides four-year scholarships to one of the 17 Archdiocesan high schools.