A passion for storytelling and helping others activate their legacy drives Alvin Townley. He launched LegacyCraft to help clients share their unique experiences and realize their aspirations.
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Fraser Jones is a filmmaker hailing from Atlanta. After receiving his B.F.A. in Film & Television from NYU, Fraser soon moved to Australia to write a children's television series for Nickelodeon before continuing to travel the world directing documentary projects for Capitol Records, Red Bull, and various nonprofit organizations, along with his debut feature film Your Ride Is Here. His most recent environmental justice short film, Uniontown, was funded by the Spiritual Ecology Fellowship and Redford Center Grant and received the Best Short Film Award at EarthX and DC Environmental Film Festival. His current in-production feature film, Where The Butterflies Go, follows the Monarch Butterfly migration across North America and Fraser's own misadventures along the way. Whether creating engaging documentaries or telling the story of a person, brand, or organization in which he believes, Fraser crafts honest, personal pieces, which aim to deliver light to audiences while still maintaining a strong sense of realism and empathy.
JUST Water (branded documentary for JUST Water, telling the story of their work in Flint, MI)
KIPP Atlanta (fundraising video for KIPP Charter Schools)
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (documentary portrait of Callahan Walsch's work at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, commissioned by Investigation Discovery)