Scott Faris and Meg Griffiths have worked together for nearly a decade bringing stories to life for nonprofits, foundations, and major brands.
Meg is a producer with digital content and marketing expertise. She was a video journalist at the Houston Chronicle and then assumed a leadership role on Teach For America’s marketing team where she built the nonprofit’s first video studio and led a major redesign of the public website. Later, Meg oversaw content development at Redbird, a Los Angeles-based agency, and her teams have been recognized with both Pulitzer Prize and Webby nominations.
Scott is a director and editor with roots in education and nonprofit marketing. He graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and taught 5th grade on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota before winning awards as Lead Video Producer on Teach For America’s digital marketing team. Scott was the Head of Creative at Redbird where he created video for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Teach For America, and Staples.
Scott and Meg live in Los Angeles by way of West Virginia and Texas respectively.
Best Doc Short Film Cinematography, 2018 Tulsa American Film Festival
Best Dakota Doc Short, 2018 South Dakota Film Festival
Winner, Content Marketing Awards, Gold for Best Video
Nominee, YouTube DoGooder Awards, Comedy
Nominee, Webby Awards, Best Use of Video in the Non-Profit Category
Finalist, EPPY Web Awards, Best Use of Video
Finalist, Pulitzer Prize, Breaking News Reporting