A Visual Art Documentary
A look back at the last fifty years in African American art, Colored Frames is an unflinching documentary exploration of influences, inspirations and experiences of black artists.
Beginning at the height of the Civil Rights Era and leading up to the present, it is a naked and truthful look at often ignored artists and their progeny.
Currently airing on PBS World.“Visually striking is an understatement.”Craig Fahle, WDET
Web Design & Development
We build and develop beautiful sites that integrate with easy to use content management systems and e-commerce solutions including Wordpress, Drupal, Shopify, and more.
Sites are designed to be fully responsive, adjusting to accommodate a wide array of desktop, tablet, and mobile screen sizes, all while being innovative and beautiful - because why not?
The Blackline Magazine
Interactive HTML5 Magazine
Eschewing the traditional iOS app store with cutting edge HTML5 technology, The Blackline Magazine was developed for client The Blackline Group as an alternative path to delivering digital content to iPad and iPhone users free of cost.“It's back end is impressive... It looks like an app, but but it's really using HTML5 wizardry to create the feel of an app, sans Apple's App Store.”
with Robert X. Cringely
Coming soon to PBS this landmark documentary series follows a series of technology startups across the country over the course of 4 years.
Legendary technology journalist Robert X. Cringely takes us on a journey which explores what exactly makes a startup into a one in a million $1 billion startup, and what keeps those who fail coming back for more.
Award Winning Commercial Media
We have received awards for a variety of commercial, training, and recruiting films. The following projects were honored at the 33rd annual Telly Awards:
Outstanding Training Program
Make Better Software: The Training Series
Outstanding Recruiting Video
Come Work at Fog Creek!
Superior Editing in an Advocacy Film
Legacy of Denial