It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.
We are a full service production company specializing in documentary, arts & culture content and social impact storytelling.
Our vocation is the art and science of storytelling.
We are artists and adventurers driven to find and film untold stories.
We are researchers who believe that you cannot deliver intimate and rich stories unless you are deeply informed about your subject and your audience.
We are double-based in Boston and Singapore, committed to keep our feet on the ground wherever it matters.
Mike is a founder and director of Persistent Productions. Mike has broad international experience working as a director and cinematographer with numerous production companies including National Geographic Television, Discovery Networks, Dog Eat Dog Films, TLC, Beach house pictures and The Smithsonian Network.
As an American raised in Asia, Mike has deep production and lived experience in the region. In addition to working with major broadcasters Mike has been the cinematographer on a number of independent films like Up the Mountain Down to River, a character led retrospective of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, HBO’s Ghosts of Abu Graib, Moxie Firecreacker’s; Thank You Mr. President and Michael Moore’s Fareigheight 911. Mike is able to seamlessly pair his on-set and directorial experience with his ability to create beautiful images.
Meghan is co-founder and director of Persistent Productions an award winning documentary film producer. Meghan began her work in film at Washington Media Associates researching for Peter Jennings: Reporting on Guantamnamo, the first long-form television investigation into the Bush Administration’s detention and interrogation policies. From these beginnings Meghan has continued to work on research and cause-based media programming and pair that with her background in the arts. This work has had Meghan working with foundations, artists, and brands to bring stories to the screen.
Most recently Meghan produced the series ‘Recovery is Real’ on mental health and addiction for the 50th Anniversary of President Kennedy’s Community Mental Health Act. The films were presented by Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy in Massachusetts.
David’s bright and shrewd insight brings visionary ideas into concrete existence. He entered the media industry in Singapore, working regionally in documentary, industrial and narrative film, with a background in brand management.
A broad meandering background brings fresh perspective into each of his projects. Stops along the way include – but are not limited to – community development in New Guinea, village living in Fiji, cafe development, bicycle building and anthropological art.
David currently works from the Bay Area of California, building on five years of media experience.
Mark is a keen collaborator on any creative endeavor. With a commitment to exploring ideas and avenues of expression, pursuing possibilities and bridging them with engagement with the world, he aims to continually be present in the conveying and bringing of ideas into fruition.
Singapore-based, Canadian photographer Scott A. Woodward calls his photography style “Choose Your Own Adventure Photography”, after the books he used to read as a young boy; it is this adventure that is the beauty of photography for him.
Scott’s unique narrative photographic style has resulted in him being honoured by Luerzer’s Archive as one of the “200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide” and chosen by Nikon as “One of Asia’s Finest Photographers”. Scott’s reportage and lifestyle photography features regularly in international publications such as National Geographic Magazine, GEO, Condé Nast Traveller, Travel + Leisure, Monocle, VOGUE, GQ, Esquire and The New York Times.
Scott is a Getty Images Global Assignments photographer. He is also a Nikon Professional Photographer, an ambassador for Nikon Singapore and a SanDisk Extreme Team member.
Visit www.scottawoodward.com for more information and to browse Scott’s portfolio of work.
Liz has over 25 years international experience as a producer, director and writer in television, and for corporations and NGOs. Her passion lies in telling powerful stories in the most compelling way. She believes it’s critically important to listen to clients and promote their message through the telling of the story. Liz is an outstanding creative talent who has a unique grasp of promotion strategies and multi-media campaigns. Most recently Liz was recognized with a PromaxBDA global gold award for the Lonely Planet promotional campaign she produced.
Justin Matley is a veteran, award-winning Producer and Audio Engineer in the commercial, film, and music industries. He is the founder of NYC-based production collective, Matley Productions and Producer & Audio Director at Mister Face, a creative agency partnered with Sound Lounge, NYC’s top commercial production studio. Prior to his work in creative production, he worked in the post-production departments at MSNBC, The NBC Agency, and CBS-2.
He has produced a wide array of radio and TV commercials, promotional videos, digital campaigns, and educational projects for clients such as Colgate, USDA, Ad Council, Fiat, Prestige, FairPoint, Our Time Group, JMH Education, and more. Justin’s background in audio has also led him to work on hundreds of other advertising campaigns as well as feature films, music records, PSAs, and more.
The closer I adhere to reality the more honest and authentic my tales
A great and interesting story is about everyone or it will not last.
Mike Rogers +65 8190-9102
Meghan Shea: +65 8182 – 0140
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