Dare to Be is a documentary film on women’s rowing and the human spirit. It follows a series of rowers ranging from novice girls to women training for the Olympics, as they overcome obstacles and seek greatness. We learn along their journey that greatness can come in many forms and should not always be measured by traditional concepts of success, but rather by individual triumphs.
Created for the Women’s Sports Foundation’s Annual Salute to Women in Sports, this Honoree Video for The Wilma Rudolph Courage Award salutes Rosalie Fish for her compassion, leadership and inspiration.
3 Arteries is the story of a visionary who cultivated one of the hottest music scenes in the country and his epic battle to keep it through the pandemic and a life threatening illness. Launching the careers of Imagine Dragons, Neon Trees, Backseat Lovers, Moth and the Flame and many more, his club, Velour, has become a sanctuary for music and the true definition of community. At first glance, Velour has all the trimmings of a trendy urban club. But on further exploration it is realized there is no bar, no alcohol and that everyone in the club is there for one reason - to enjoy, get lost, be moved by the music. Located in Provo, Utah, home of Brigham Young University and center of the Mormon faith, Velour is not your typical rock and roll club. It is a community!