John Metcalfe, an Englishman in New York, runs one of the city's best kept secrets, a hospital for antique clocks. Produced for Narratively.
Ken Butler makes musical instruments out of the most amazing things, sometimes even trash. Produced for Narratively.
Laura Ferguson teaches medical students and faculty to put down their scalpels and discover beauty in boxes of bones and body parts. Produced for Narratively.
Nicolas Coppola's Brooklyn-based Puppetworks is under the gun to mount a production of "Aladdin" with only a two person team. Produced for Narratively.
Harlem Karate Grandmaster Sam McGee has taught over ten thousand kids that mastering Karate is mastering life. Produced for Narratively.
In a small room atop the iconic Riverside Church tower, its 82-year old carillonneur, Dionisio Lind, makes music with his fists and feet. Produced for Narratively.
Poet Irish Cushing, in search of solitude, finds her secret sanctuary nestled deep inside the campus of Columbia University. Produced for Narratively, as well as produced as a radio documentary for WNYC.
Composer Patrick Grant dreams up and carries out the first ever guitar parade in New York City. Produced for Guitarkadia.
From a tiny North Jersey storefront selling curative herbs and tarot readings, a mystical Mexican healer fights to keep his endangered language alive. Produced for Narratively.
From cat walks to red carpets, Clint Spaulding, one of Patrick McMullan Company's busiest photographers, never stops shooting. Produced for Narratively.
Once home to Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross, Philadelphia’s Old City now hosts an assortment of design and fashion boutiques. Produced for The New York Times.
Gregory Javan Mills tirelessly works to preserve iconic heirlooms of African-American cinema, in a tiny corner of Harlem. Produced for Narratively.