Our crew brings:
– Intensive photography and video training, and a track record of creating polished, impactful work.
– Fresh, playful, and creative approaches.
– The ability to engage with a wide variety of subjects – especially youth, and those with direct experience in the criminal justice system.
For over 10 years Echoes has been creating documentaries and training materials on the impact of the criminal justice system on young people. Early on, we started getting requests to create work for hire, from people who saw energy, creativity, and high production value of our work.
To date, the Echoes crew has produced for Carnegie Hall, Columbia University, New York University, The Mayor’s Office of New York, Brooklyn Public Library, New York State Office of Children and Family Services, and The Osborne Association, as well as filmed music videos, weddings, fashion shoots, training films, fundraising trailers, and live-streamed dozens of events.
Our producers go through intensive 2-year video production training, and immediately start getting experience on the dozen or so videos we produce each year. All productions use professional equipment and are created in production teams that include veteran media producers.
See samples and case studies HERE.
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Watch Our Summer Series on Relationship Abuse
During our summer camp, we researched and produced three short pieces about relationship abuse. The teams approached the topic from very different perspectives: gathering opinions from people on the street, exploring personal stories through poetic imagery, and creating an in-depth documentary on criminal justice responses to domestic violence. We’re planning to develop this topic further over the coming year, but we were excited by what the teams could pull off in a few short weeks. See all three and subscribe to our youtube channel HERE.