We are a team of writers, editors, producers, documentarians and graphic artists who are in love with the process of storytelling. Our outfit boasts a Pulitzer Prize winner, a multiple Academy Awards nominee and others who are at the top of their craft. We're a well-oiled machine delivering show-stopping multimedia content.

Michael Keller, Founder and CEO


Michael Keller is an award-winning writer, producer and investigative journalist. He reports from the frontiers of science, technology and international affairs, and is the author of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species: A Graphic Adaptation, a two-time nominee for the 2010 Will Eisner Awards.

He has worked within newsrooms and creative agencies, receiving top accolades in both brand storytelling and journalism. His work for GE  earned the company digital honors, including being named the Best Branded Content by Digiday and Contently.

In the journalism world, he was part of a small team that garnered a 2006 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Hurricane Katrina, a body of work that Columbia University’s journalism school in April 2012 named as one of the 100 best stories to be written by alumni in the last century. In 2008, he won a Florida Magazine Association Charlie Award for best magazine feature story. More recently, he earned a science and technology journalism trip to Denmark that was sponsored by a Nature Publishing Group travel grant. His writing has appeared in Wired, Scientific American, Gizmodo, Forbes, Beijing Review, China Pictorial, and others.

He earned a graduate degree in journalism from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in wildlife ecology and conservation from the University of Florida, where he studied the state’s unique fauna and flora. Since then, he has reported from around the U.S., China and Africa. He also finds time to pursue fiction projects, most recently winning the Other Worlds Austin screenwriting competition in the Sci-Fi Teleplay category.

When not telling stories for and about the world’s most interesting people and organizations, he’s keeping busy crafting his own. He enjoys traveling and improving his rural upstate New York farmhouse. 

See more of his editorial work and book writing at Michaelckeller.com.