We tell stories — stories that serve our clients and some that simply scratch an itch for the world around us.

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ABHOW and the Future of Affordable Housing

September 22, 2014

Client: ABHOW

Services: Video

Travis Hanna, vice president of operations for affordable housing at ABHOW in Pleasanton, California, shares his vision for affordable housing.

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Youth Flourish Through Creative Therapy

September 19, 2014

By: Brice Smith

Client: CHHSM

Services: Photography, Writing

The name of the game is “Good, Bad and Ugly,” and improv comedian Tom Farley needed three volunteers at one of Orion Family Services’ adolescent group homes.

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Chelsea's Adventure Artifact

September 17, 2014

By: Chelsea Richardson

In elementary school, I got my first taste of songwriting with a fun school project that eventually grew wings and morphed into a full-fledged CD. This was the beginning of my storytelling journey.

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The Special Storytelling Needs of NonProfits

September 17, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

The use of organizational storytelling isn't limited to for-profit organizations. In fact, storytelling may be most essential for nonprofit organizations.

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15 Things We Learned

September 16, 2014

By: Cathy Gordon

Signal Hill has learned a lot about work, life and story during 15 years of storytelling. To celebrate our 15th anniversary, our team has compiled a list of our top 15 lessons. 

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Rotary Manor Resident Continues a Lifelong Calling

September 10, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

When Sister Colleen Kern entered the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary at the age of 17 ½, she wanted to dedicate her religious life to education.