Storytelling is the most effective tool for designing our world. Throughout history we have cultivated knowledge, imagined the future, and codified values by sharing stories.
In today's digital communications landscape, photos and videos play a more vital role than ever in telling the stories that will determine which future we chose to build.
As a winner-take-all economy continues to advantage large retailers, a Phoenix small business entrepreneur adapts from a product business model into a service model, which strengthens community bonds and lessens negative impacts on our environment.
Using methods developed through years of experience, this series is designed to capture personalities.
Through an innovative business design that helps restore water levels in central Arizona's Verde River while maintaining farm productivity, a social entrepreneur's benefit corporation unites private and public goals.
Design Transfigured / Waste Reimagined exhibition and artist panel discussion about sustainable approaches to design.
GIRL CRUSH COVER
Studio production of singer Kiana Swatzell's rendition of Girl Crush by Little Big Town.
Highlighting some of Phoenix's creative community, this series invites the viewer to have a peak behind the curtain with glimpses into personal creativity incubators.
Sustainability strategist and professor, George Basile, describes the role that storytelling plays in reframing sustainability issues as opportunities for innovation rather than as insurmountable problems.
AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
This short video aims to inspire children from diverse backgrounds to pursue science, technology, and policy educational pathways.
Responding to Microsoft and Net Impact's community pitch-off competition, graduate students from ASU's School of Sustainability develop a project that teaches children about technological innovations and circular economy principles.