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Documentary Storytelling

Project: Muse FIlm School

To level-up my education and skills, I signed up for a 12 week hands-on course in storytelling with a highly regarded film studio and left with a life-changing experience and education.

Director: Jamie Honce

Producer: Ali Kashi

Co-Produced by Madeline Saporito

Director of Photography: Joe Drennan

Audio: Ed Kaiser

2nd Camera and Key Grip: Rick Underhill

Editor: Ed Kaiser

Executive Producers: Doug Darling, Patrick Moreau, Kathryn Giroux

I feel honored to have spent 13 weeks interacting and collaborating with team members  from all over the world during the on-line phase of Muse Film School. Then we spent three days together on the ground in Houston filming Isha Deselle's story; a remarkable experience with a remarkable person. This was so much more than I imagined it would be.  I learned the process of creating effective story and how effective story's power helps create impact to motivate change; change for businesses, for non-profits, for everyone.

From Muse Film School -

“What if she was my mother?” This is what Isha Desselle thought when she saw the face of the homeless woman on the street.

That nagging thought kept her awake for months – and Isha decided to do something about it. This is the story of how she found a way to make a change, and help thousands of elderly homeless people finally find a place to call home.

Produced by a global team of filmmakers as part of Muse Film School for the original web-series The Remarkable Ones.

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