We work with NGOs, charities, and ethically minded companies of all sizes to produce film & photography that captures the soul and spirit of your organization.
There are a million ways to tell a story. Only one way to tell yours.
Inspiring narratives. Creative concepts. Strong characters. Global locations. Together they tell a powerful story about your cause. The Frontier team develops a special relationship with each client we serve. This deep understanding inspires films that are uplifting, impactful, and most importantly authentic to your values, and respectful of those you serve.
A celebration of the people and issues you serve
The story in a person’s eye. The wisdom of a face. Highlighting the grace and majesty of every cause. The people of Frontier produce a library of powerful photography that can be used across the spectrum of communications tools to tell a single, cohesive narrative in all your fundraising, education, or advocacy needs.
Tell us about your project
We are more than happy to discuss any project. We work with all budget sizes and any kind of ethically minded organization. We are based in the UK but our clients are located all around the globe. Send us an email or call us direct and tell us about the project you are working on. Get in touch.
What People are Saying
“I have had the privilege of working with Alan on several Canadian productions including content for the Liberal Party of Canada. He is a true artist, a bona fide gentleman and I’m proud to call him a dear friend.”Mark Sakamoto
“I invited Alan to work with us in Ghana back in 2010 to direct a series of TVCs for US AID. His work always exceeds our expectations and we now consider him part of the Lucid, Ghana family. He has now produced over a dozen films for us and we always look forward to his next trip to Ghana.”Michael Casely-Hayford
“Having worked with many groups on different projects in the rough terrain of the Icelandic highland I can honestly say that Alan´s approach in dealing with challenges ranks on top for me. Be it weather conditions, bonding with interviewees or getting the right narrative.”Steinar Kaldal