The Holt Brothers Foundation

As the winners of our 2016 Christmas giving non-profit campaign, we worked with the Holt Foundation to share their passion and commitment to help children who have a parent with cancer.


Creative Direction
Script Writing
Production Planning
Color Grading
Sound Design


2018 Bronze Addy

After losing their mother to cancer, Torry and Terrence Holt made a commitment to help children who have a parent with cancer and established the Holt Brothers Foundation in her honor. Wanting to tell their story well, we captured their annual Flag Football Fundraising Tournament as well as Camp Kesem and KidsCan! programs.

After a full year of getting to know the people behind the Holt Foundation, we've seen the direct impact of their events and initiatives, not only on the lives of children and families battling cancer, but on our community as well. This journey culminated in our piece, Ojetta, in honor of their mother. We are proud to have been able to share the importance and vision of the Holt Foundation’s mission and honor Ojetta V. Holt-Shoffner’s memory.

“When our organization was faced with adjusting from our annual in person fundraising luncheon to a virtual event, we had little experience with hiring a company to produce this level of work. The turning point that inspired us to have faith in Amazing Studios was viewing examples of their other work, their clear connection with our mission, their supreme willingness to flex and bend based on multiple people starring in the video, multiple scripts to craft, multiple filming locations and lots of cooks in the SAFEchild kitchen. They also met a very aggressive timeline. I also had faith they would help us utilize a longer shelf life and therefore return on our investment by separating out pieces of the video in a way that they live impactfully on our website and we use all the time when hosting smaller virtual events or training. I used both of our featured story pieces recently - one when I live streaming to an audience and the other for a community stakeholders convening. That’s two intentional uses in just one week - 6 months after our initial virtual event. We also had the ability to share the video in its entirety to those who could not attend the scheduled first viewing for the virtual luncheon. Your responsiveness was always rapid and on point. We likely wore you out, but you never let that on. You outwardly displayed that we were a top priority and quite frankly that’s what our community’s children deserve.”

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