ABOUT DOG PARK
Dog Park Media brings the highest professional standards of video production, graphic design, website development and strategic communications to clients whose values we share.
Dog Park produces professional video content from start to finish, including scripting, shooting, directing, editing and animation. Our videos have been used by clients as TV commercials, screened at fundraising events, placed on websites, distributed in email blasts and promoted on high-traffic news sites. We produce videos ranging from short-form documentaries to 30-second TV ads. Read a step-by-step guide to our video production process.
Dog Park produces print media such as direct mail, posters and brochures, and web-based visual media including online ads. We generate creative concepts, draft original copy, produce illustrations and layouts, and manage the printing and mailing process when needed.
Dog Park creates professional, visually appealing, easy-to-use WordPress websites. We provide custom theme design and development and can integrate plug-ins for clients’ particular needs, including for e-Commerce. Our websites are easy to update even for clients with limited technical know-how and no coding experience.
Dog Park consults with clients on strategic communications. We can help generate stories for your organization in major news outlets, establish a strong social media presence, develop brand recognition and reach your target audiences with a well-crafted message.
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WHO WE ARE
Christopher Sprinkle is an award-winning documentarian who has worked with organizations like Human Rights Watch, the ACLU and the Sierra Club. He created the country’s only history program on public radio, The Pacifica Radio Archives’ From the Vault, heard on public radio stations across the United States. As well, he created, produced and directed This Brave Nation, a documentary-series that, The Nation said, “brought together the most intelligent, passionate and creative voices of one generation with the activists, journalists and artists of the next to dialogue on loves, lives, politics and history.” His work has been featured in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, on CNN, MSNBC, NPR and many others.
Christopher can be reached at: cs at dogparkmedia dot com.
Leighton Woodhouse is a graphic designer, communications strategist and freelance writer with over a decade of experience in issue advocacy. He has done print and digital graphic design in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors. As a communications specialist, he has placed numerous stories in major print publications including The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker and Politico. His own writing and reporting has been featured on the front page of the Huffington Post, and in The Nation, Alternet, Firedoglake, The Hill and Salon.com. He has worked as Director of Communications for the National Union of Healthcare Workers and as Political Director for Brave New Films. Leighton has a Masters degree in Sociology from UC Berkeley.
Leighton can be reached at: leighton at dogparkmedia dot com.
PRODUCER AND WRITER
Erikka Yancy is a producer and writer. She has produced two web series for Brave New Foundation, Senator Sanders Unfiltered and Brave New Conversations. She has worked as the archival producer for The Dream Is Now and as associate producer for the six-part series This Brave Nation. Erikka’s most recent projects include archival research for feature film Little Boy and line producing a documentary about the Drew League, a historic summer basketball league in Los Angeles. Erikka writes frequently for Dog Park Media Magazine and the Film Independent blog. The Huffington Post, AOL Black Voices, The Root, and Clutch Magazine Online have picked up several of her blogs posts. Erikka holds a BFA in Acting from the Goodman School of Drama and an MFA in Producing from American Film Institute.
Erikka can be reached at: erikka at dogparkmedia dot com.
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
After dedicating herself to the craft while at Northwestern University, Kira Kelly honed her lighting skills as a gaffer in New York City before moving on to shoot dozens of music videos as a cinematographer. Fittingly, her first feature credit was the musical Were The World Mine (winner of 15 Jury and 11 Audience awards). The Hollywood Reporter said of Kira’s work, “The lush cinematography belies the modest budget.” She has since shot the features Mariachi Gringo and Lip Service, as well as the just released East Los High, a Hulu exclusive series. Kira’s documentary work has taken her around the world. Her most recent commercial clients include Coca-Cola, Colgate, Nike, Cover Girl, and Hewlett-Packard.
Sergio Torres is an Editor and Motion Graphics Artist. His work has been showcased on several television shows for MTV, CBS, Travel Channel, Sony Movie Channel, ABC and The Disney Channel. He has worked on several successful productions for Dog Park Media and continues to expand his realm of story-telling. Sergio is a native of Salinas, CA and attended The Academy of Art University, San Francisco and California State University, Monterey Bay.