Ear of the Eye Productions partners with heroic organizations to create videos that have an impact greater than the sum of their parts. We join forces with our clients to produce documentary style videos and live arts/culture video programs that convey strategic stories to help them to grow and thrive with their audience. Our clients run the gamut of broadcasters to government and non-profit entities, including the Smithsonian, NGA, WETA, Discovery Education, CNN, GWU, PBS, MHz Networks, ArlingtonTV, M-NCPPC, LNL, BLM, and more.

We are especially gifted & passionate at telling stories around the themes of…

Progressive Issues
Human Interest Stories

How can Ear of the Eye Productions help you tell your story to your tribe?



Victory Road Promo

A sneak peek into Bowen McCauley Dance’s “Victory Road” rehearsal process. Victory Road is BMDC collaboration dance show with Jason & the Scorchers, the alt-country band, in the spring of 2015 at the Kennedy Center.

PCI Women’s Empowerment Panel Highlights

The highlights of PCI’s Women’s Empowerment panel discussion at the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill, May 9, 2014.

Bert the Turtle Shelter’s in Place

PSA for Arlington County’s Office of Emergency Management adapting government archival footage to a message about sheltering in place during an emergency.

Doorways 35th Anniversary Brighter Futures Breakfast

A documentary style video produced for a DOORWAYS fundraising event to increase support for the Arlington, Virginia non-profit.

Les Lieux de Denis (Places of Denis) trailer

A film by Didier Rousselet.

Ten years after Denis’s death, his father wanders through places where his son lived, worked, loved, and traveled. A meditation about memory, loss, and the transcendence of loss through artistic creation, the film is also a commentary on the passing of time and its effect on us, the environment and the planet.

Original version in French. English subtitled version is available.

Dancing with Parkinson’s

A short documentary highlighting how modern dance movement has a positive impact on the physical, mental, and spiritual well being of adults with Parkinson’s disease.