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Films for Non-profits

  1. Central Area Senior Center-"I Can Make It"
    A film profiling the depth of services and impact this organization has on the well-being of seniors in the broader community.
  2. Community & Parents For Public Schools
    A film that promotes CPPS's mission of empowering parents to interface with the public school system more effectively. Recently updated in 2017 to showcase their new digital equity program.
  3. WASHINGTON C.A.S.H.-"Banking on Dreams"
    This non-profit wanted to profile two of their client success stories in a way that showcased the life changing programs they provide. This organization has helped 2,421 local small businesses get started to date.
  4. Feet First - "Safe Routes To School"
    This advocacy, safety and education group wanted a comprehensive film realizing the far-reaching power of the simple action of walking to school.
  5. NEPO
    NEPO is a Seattle based art collective that ran a large scale annual art performance/installation over 5km. Part of their production grant was to produce a film of each year's event. This one is a short web distillation of their event in 2014.
  6. AtWork! Employer Of The Year - 2018
    Our yearly production for this Bellevue, Wa. based non-profit recognizes an employer whose significant contribution to their mission has resulted in life changing jobs for their clients with disabilities. This year's film highlights Seattle Gymnastics Academy.
    Part of our "Artist Series", this documentary of Seattle-based painter David Hytone introduces his work and the the evolution of his style and technique. This short led to our film produced for Embassy Suites Hotel about his further adventures with his painting "And The Palindrome Found Its Reflection".
  8. Artsfund Impact Trailer
    This major arts organization wanted a creative solution to convey feedback from their annual donor survey to push out through social media and marketing campaigns..​​​
  9. SPLASH 2018
    For their annual SPLASH fund-raising gala, the Seattle Aquarium commissioned Ikeda/Vanderburg to create a very personal testimonial that gives insight into the work that the Seattle Aquarium does not only for the Marine Sciences, but as a beacon of opportunity for young people and a champion of diversity.
  10. The Rising Point
    To promote his revolutionary soccer training program and philosophy, THE RISING POINT founder Mutanda Kwesele commisioned Ikeda/Vanderburg to produce a branding piece that describes his unique style of teaching and outreach to public schools to assist under-served communities.