What they have to say:

Transfernation first began working with Project Bliss in the Fall of 2015 in order to produce a high impact video for our year-end fundraising campaign.

I can say without a doubt that it was one of the best creative and business decisions we have made in our time running Transfernation. Despite our demand for high quality work, an extremely short timeline to execute, and working across-states, Project Bliss rose to the occasion and provided us with a transformative campaign video. 

Madeleine and Aaron, the founding team of Project Bliss, were extremely professional at all times but more importantly truly invested themselves in our (their customers) success. In the non-profit industry you need to work with service providers of high caliber and an equally large amount of vision and passion.

Project Bliss delivered on all counts allowing us to raise over 20,000 dollars in a short amount of time and scale our organization by leveraging high quality creative assets for customer and potential partner meetings. Our video was nominated for Nonprofit Video of the Year by GoodWorld and was featured extensively by the Clinton Foundation at their annual CGIU meeting. Without our collaboration with Project Bliss we would not have seen the amount of success we have over the past year, and there is not a single team that I would recommend more for creative and branding work for the social sector.

Samir Goel, Co-Founder & Chair Transfernation, BLP Associate LinkedIn, www.samirgoel.com

"It’s hard to think of a group of filmmakers who have the technical, intellectual and interpersonal skills to quickly integrate with diverse groups and capture the essence of what their clients are striving for.   I am impressed by their flexibility in shooting approaches and the patience with which they evoke the nuances of different human and environmental subjects.  Most importantly, they make what can be the onerous task of filmmaking a fun experience."   

- Kenneth Broad, Environmental Anthropologist, Emerging Explorer @ National Geographic

** Project Bliss recently worked with Kenneth Broad and the PhD students enrolled in the Leonard and Jayne Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy at  University of Miami, Fl. The Abess Center is “a program dedicated to training top-flight future researchers and policymakers with an interdisciplinary approach to regional, national, and transnational environmental issues.”