This is the story of a massive global initiative, embracing all people as family members. The “Global Sisterhood Movement” celebrates all women worldwide as sisters. With this broad embrace of sisterhood comes a call to honor and respect women of all nations and all walks of life, extending peace to all of humanity.
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We are trailblazing filmmakers, famous for our feature-length documentary film, Wild Family—a hero’s journey about finding new ways to raise kids. We are an award-winning studio, honored with a first-prize win at the SXSW film festival of 2015. We focus on families, making us the natural choice for your family videography and family photography.
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Our family video services begin with special event videos: weddings, baby showers, recitals, graduation ceremonies, and family legacy films. We also create educational videos and promotional videos for businesses reaching the family audience. Clients include the world’s greatest yogurt company, Stonyfield, world-famous radio station, 93.3 KGSR, and world-renowned parenting coach, Carrie Contey, Ph.D.
View an example of our “Mini-Movie” service—a memorable artistic impression of your family. Price: Only $295!
View an example of our “Event Coverage” video service—an Austin music school student showcase: We Love Music.
View an example of our “Educational Video” service—a coaching program for parents: Evolve, with Carrie Contey, Ph.D.
View an example of our “Documentary Portrait” service—a professional spotlight of the Well Aware organization.
View an example of a “Narrative Commercial” service—a music video promoting a new album by Amanda Cevallos.
View an example of our “Promotional Video” service—a storied view of the Amala Foundation.
Our family photography strums the heartstrings. Family photo services include newborn baby photography, family portraits, and school portraits. Our favorite camera work includes rites of passage such as weddings, quinceañeras, and other special family events. We capture tender father-son moments and adorable mother-daughter memories, along with candid action shots of the kids.
Blog posts in this category include the professional services of videography and photography. Here, we feature our films and photos for families. Our camera services include wedding videos, family portraits, and a huge range of photo and video keepsakes captured on camera for you and your wild family.
The “Best of Season One!” highlights our favorite video creations from the first year of Wild Family TV. Memorable moments include a documentary short film about life and the afterlife, a stop-motion animated short film about a wild goose chase, video interviews featuring some of the raddest families on the planet, plus our popular “Liquid Gold Ghee” recipe demo in Kat’s Kitchen.
“Laughter Medicine” is the tenth Wild Family TV show. Here, we demonstrate a family laughter yoga session, led by a certified laughter yoga facilitator. Also, as we begin to approach the completion of our show’s first season, we look back on the comedy we’ve caught on camera. Memorable scenes include spills, stories, and all the audacity of kids being kids.
Gabriel Ohana Lindsay turns 2 today. He was born at home in Austin, Texas on September 21, 2014 at 12:34 p.m., measuring 8 lb. 14 oz. with a 14” head and a body 21” long.
This micro-documentary presents the birth story of our son, Gabriel Ohana Lindsay. This tale is told by his mama, Kat Lindsay. Read More
In this episode, you’ll learn how to prepare spirulina praline cookies—a raw superfoods dessert. Show your kids how to fold origami jumping frogs. See video interviews with the directors of three outstanding schools, plus interviews with parents, students, and an expert on alternative schooling options.
“We Art What We Eat” is the title of the Wild Family TV show’s seventh episode. We have two new recipe demos in Kat’s Kitchen, plus three video interviews with parent entrepreneurs working in the food industry. This food-themed show also features the super fun children’s book, Dragons Love Tacos.
“Music Matters” is the theme of the Wild Family TV show’s sixth episode. Here at the halfway point of our first season, you’ll find video interviews with three Austin parents passionate about music. You’ll learn how to listen in Kat’s Kitchen, when she shares her “Liquid Gold Ghee” recipe. And you’ll meet bright kids being brilliant, following the voice inside themselves.
The fifth episode of the Wild Family TV show explores yoga for kids. You’ll see video interviews with four mothers behind the brightest new Austin yoga studios. You’ll see passionate people working to pray, meditate, and embody respect for the Earth. You’ll see a recipe for a chia seed endurance drink and more—yoga galore!
The fourth episode of Wild Family TV explores nature’s role in parenting. Moms discuss the value of family time in nature. Kids and wildflowers bloom in every color. And Kat shares her super simple roasted pumpkin seeds secrets.
The third episode of Wild Family TV draws focus to the waters of the world. Here, 6-year-old Daniel celebrates World Water Day with a water blessing and a prayer for his late Grandpa Terry. Uncle Jordan also remembers his dad with a tearjerking song in a rainstorm. You’ll see a story about an Austin nonprofit working to solve water scarcity in Africa. You’ll hear music by beloved Austin vocalist, Susan Lincoln.