Jeff "Silence" Arthur
The self-taught artist began directing videos out of necessity- to marry visuals to his own music. However, it wasn't long before Jeff also became enamored with filmmaking.
Armed with the inherent storytelling nature of hip hop music and a rediscovered passion for photography, his narrative and branding videos began taking on a life of their own. He has been producing thought provoking work for 7 years. The approach to the work- whether it's branding, event or film projects- is to put STORY, MESSAGE and ART at the forefront. We believe this creates the most compelling results.
Jeff also works with inner city youth to develop their creative media skills. A key concern of his is to make sure that underserved young people not only have opportunities in technology and the creative arts but that ultimately they feel empowered to design their own futures.
KimberLee Webber is an Oakland native. Before working as a filmmaker, she spent many years in the service industry. During that time, she experienced the harsh working conditions that low-wage workers endure.
Outside of work, the Bay Area's rapid gentrification also had an overwhelming impact on her. She felt powerless against a deluge of systemic oppression she was experiencing in all facets of her life: both work and home.
To cope, she channeled her feelings into street photography. She posted her amatuer work on social media. People began to follow her. And as her skills grew, so did her reach. In time, she's developed her work into a professional media company that serves clients across the nation.
KimberLee's work centers on emotional branding. Informed by the injustices she's experienced and her extreme sensitivity, KimberLee has a unique ability to communicate a wide spectrum of feelings. Viewers can truly connect to what she creates.