Flow principal Matt Naylor with a famous person.
Flow principal David Rice, famous person just out of frame.
We've written and rewritten this dozens of times over the years, striving for the perfect paragraph that says it all. It's always the same hand-wringing: should we write in first or third person? How narrow and specialized can we describe our expertise, while still signaling our appetite for new challenges? Is there any way around having to call ourselves storytellers? What exactly does "boutique" mean, anyway?
For a look back at how we've answered some of these questions over the years, we turned to the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. We invite you to peek behind the curtain and decide if we're the right fit.
What services do you offer?
From evergreen nonprofit fundraising shorts, to consumer-facing cause marketing spots, to single-use critical business pitch videos, our work has directly generated tens of millions of dollars for our clients. We offer internal entertainment properties like company podcasts and photo essays, which reinforce shareholder confidence and fuel employee retention. And our flagship multi-part series for fintech giant Deluxe and veterans’ nonprofit Wounded Warrior Project have set the standard for brand entertainment in a distribution model that places it alongside original programming on Hulu, Netflix, and MSNBC.
What does it cost?
We cost a little more than a typical production company and significantly less than a typical agency.
Where are you based?
We are in Austin and San Francisco.