For 70 years, Sibley Manor Apartments has been the first stop for thousands of immigrants on their journey to America. Its 550 units have provided safe, affordable housing for individuals and families from the U.S. and dozens of countries around the world. Produced in partnership with Friends of Highland Arts and the Highland Heritage Project, a grant-funded initiative to support the research and preservation of the history of the Highland Park neighborhood in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
What our clients say
“Peter has created several beautiful fundraising videos for the Ordway over the years, and his work on our most ambitious video project, ‘Waiting in the Wings’ created for the Ordway’s 2021 Virtual Gala was stunning. People are still talking about it. Peter and his team are a joy to work with, and his artful editing and post-production work makes his videos compelling and effective.”
– Rod Kaats, Producing Artistic Director, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
On Twin Cities PBS
When the Twin Cities Ford Assembly Plant opened in 1925, it was one of the most innovative auto assembly plants in the country. No other facility had its unique combination of hydroelectric power, on-site silica sand for glass manufacturing, and navigational river access. It was the largest Ford plant outside of Detroit and was considered by many to be the most beautiful industrial plant of its day. This film gives you the inside story about the plant’s role in WWII, the labor movement, the relentless pressure of the assembly line, and the evolution of the city. Watch it online and get more info at twincitiesfordplant.com.