We started Inspired Storytellers to tell incredible stories of incredible people.

Our approach is simple: We use diverse mediums to share stories that power communities.


Follow along below to see what we’re getting into

We learned a lot today. #listening #caring #community #effort #process #scouting #brooklyn #education @lacimacharter (at Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn)

25 Aug 2017

Out scouting Brownsville’s best with @peaceplayersintl. #process (at Brownsville, Brooklyn)

10 Aug 2017

We’re proud to announce the launch of the Neighborhood Strength website documenting community-led change in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. 

The multimedia storytelling report, done for Brooklyn Community Foundation, works to share the answer to the question “What happens when a foundation puts neighborhood residents in charge of local grantmaking?

Check out the interactive report here.

14 Jul 2017

Human Rights Watch recently put out a report about opioid and heroin addiction and access to the life-saving overdose reversal drug Naloxone. We are proud to have been asked to film the video to accompany it. This is an important topic that hits home to many people in the U.S. right now. The prevalence of opioid abuse has increased drastically over the last few years, and it is important for people to be informed about Naloxone. Organizations like North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition are ensuring easy access to Naloxone as it can save a loved one from an overdose and give them another chance to seek help to eliminate their addiction.

6 Jun 2017

Today’s location chatting with @sabineblaizin about #neighborhoodstrength for an upcoming multimedia report on @bklynfoundation’s new grantmaking model that puts change, and funds, in the hands of Crown Heights residents. (at Westbrook Memorial Garden)

2 Jun 2017

Above all nations is humanity #wordstoliveby #weareallhuman (at Duke Gardens)

22 May 2017

Had a great time with and @holt_menzies filming at the Hayti Center for @justlistendurham. Another Saturday closer to the final project! (at Hayti Heritage Center/St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation, Inc.)

8 Apr 2017