Videos, documentaries and graphic design for social progress


    Inclusion saves lives
Video for the International Day for Disaster Reduction 2013 On October 13, the world unites to focus on disaster reduction. This year we are reminded that people with disabilities play an integral role in the development of resilient communities. This short video was commissioned by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR), New York.
  • DEAF ART COMMUNITY INDONESIA/UNISDR No one left behind A pantomime performed by Deaf Art Community Indonesia for the International Day for Disaster Reduction 2013 at UN Headquarters, New York.
  • THEATER BREAKING THROUGH BARRIERS/UNISDR Ready, willing and able A play performed by Theater Breaking Through Barriers for the International Day for Disaster Reduction 2013 at UN Headquarters, New York.
    Street children in Haiti In Haiti, disabled children do not have much of a chance. Clarens, a local artist, uses art to stimulate his disabled son's cognitive development. When Clarens observed the rising number of street children after the earthquake, he and a group of volunteers created child-friendly spaces in the worst earthquake affected areas of Port-au-Prince. A story proving the power of humanity in emergencies.
  • TIMES SQUARE SUMMER SOLSTICE YOGA Personal project shot in NYC Over 3000 people gathered at Times Square to celebrate the summer solstice with Bikram Yoga.
    Beyond Relief: Rebuilding Haiti
3rd place winner at the 2013 Marketing Communications Award - The National Society of Marketing Professional Services This documentary shows how the devastating earthquake in Haiti in 2010 motivated all sectors of society to improve construction methods and thus prevent future humanitarian disasters.
  • UNDP
    CARMEN - Community Support Centers for House Repair This video presents an innovative post-earthquake house self-reconstruction project of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Haiti. The CARMEN project offers engineering assessments, training and grants while adapting their support to those with special needs.
    Shine a Light Campaign Electricity does not reach over 70% of Haitian households. The Shine a Light Campaign aims to bring a solution through its solar-powererd lamps thus reducing fuel smoke breathing inside houses and allowing students to study at home after sunset.
    Logistics procedure for the "School in a Box" project Through its Child Protection Program, UNICEF in Haiti provides books and school materials to communities where formal education does not reach. This documentary reveals the logistical procedure behind this project.
    Environmental Campaign MOSAJ 2012 Haitian NGO MOSAJ works with street childen in Haiti. Through their social and educational activities, they sensitize children on the importance of respecting the environment and stop deforestation. This is crucial in a country like Haiti where only 2% of the land is forested.

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