What Story Do You Want To Tell?
Cotton Field Communications, LLC is a video production and documentary filmmaking company creatively supporting for-profit companies and nonprofit organizations by helping them tell their stories.
I do this primarily through video production and documentary filmmaking; through training individuals and organizations in the art and craft of media storytelling for community betterment; and through the creation of effective, affordable marketing communications tools. With a stable of collaborators and project partners around the country, all projects are possible.
Since inception, I've proudly served a variety of local, regional and even national/international businesses and organizations. In addition to working throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, I've travelled to and shot video in the urban slums of Guatemala City; the impoverished outskirts of Ndola, Zambia; and rural Wyoming.
Based in Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and working with all sizes of business—both for profit and nonprofit—I predominantly offer story-based video production services. But with 10+ years of ad agency marketing communications experience, I'm also able to consult on and assist with any of your communications needs, including branding, copywriting, and design of print collateral.
What story do you want to tell?
ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE ME
When there is no one to turn to at home, sometimes the only family that seems to care is the one you find on the streets. ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE ME is the all-too-common story of Guatemala City’s urban youth and the gangs that become their family. At its core, ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE ME […]Read More...
Living with Trigeminal Neuralgia
I recently completed my most personal project to date. “Living with Trigeminal Neuralgia” is a 5-minute documentary telling the abbreviated story of my wife’s journey with the often-debilitating neurological disorder Trigeminal Neuralgia. Her heart and her beauty certainly shine through. The duration is based on the parameters of the Neuro Film Festival, to which this […]Read More...