People and organizations around the world fight for good things. We want to reveal those stories to the world + invite audiences to take part and take action.

Meet the videographer + director:
Gentry Faith WIlson


I believe in raw, real, un-intrusive storytelling - the type that when it crosses your path, you are compelled to act, to take part, or to share with others.

My equipment is light, so I can stay nimble and a "fly-on-the-wall" to the stories I aim to capture. I am not here to mold the world around me into a flashy story to tell, but rather to collect the stories that are already being told... and shine light on them.

Small-town born and raised, I took a deep interest in unique walks of life and inspiring stories told in unexpected places from a young age. I moved to Austin, Texas in 2012 to study Advertising at the University of Texas and was trained by some of the best visual storytellers in the country. From mountaintops of Peru, to the basins of the Amazon Rainforest, to the vast savannah of Zambia, I've had the privilege of meeting brilliant and grounded people that fight for good things, and have refined my eye and understanding of storytelling from many perspectives. Iced tea fanatic, shrimp taco connoisseur, videographer, and wanna-be surfer, I now reside in Texas and work with some of the best people in the world.

Publications include: Orange Magazine, The Daily Texan

Clients include: Haiti Design Co-op, The Refugee Project, Kintigo, Ubuntu Made, Krochet Kids Intl.