We are a full-service production company dedicated to telling your story in powerful, meaningful ways.
FreshFly was created to be a public representation of the values we hold; honesty, integrity, inclusion, learning and wellness. This has been our culture ever since the company’s inception. Our process is to build on this foundation, produce successful outcomes, and create working relationships that flourish.
What we do… well.
We are storytellers who develop, create and produce visual content for all screen sizes. We specialize in documentary-style work with a bold, human touch. Our production offices are currently located in Philly and Los Angeles.
Chayne is a creative content producer and co-founder of FreshFly. His passion is to produce visual stories that are compelling and impactful, for all screen sizes.
He has extensive experience with documentaries, branding and marketing content. He’s able to quickly comprehend client goals and objectives, and translate these big picture concepts to all moving parts of each project. He manages all resources, creatively solves obstacles and has a unique ability to comfortably guide each project across all phases of production and post-production — fostering work environments that are calm, purposeful and passionate.
Chayne’s core values are integrity, quality and consistency. These principles have enabled him to inspire trust, create long-term relationships and consistently produce compelling stories & films.
Sean Maher is co-founder of FreshFly. He’s a seasoned director who began his film career as an editor.
Clients find his enthusiasm to be infectious and his humility, endearing. Years of honing his craft have given him an incisive ability to find the emotional core of any story. Comfortable directing non-actors and professional talent alike, Sean has the ability to quickly build a strong rapport with those he works with, allowing authentic performances and a collaborative environment on set.
Phil Bradshaw is a director of photography who creates compelling imagery using light, composition and movement to determine a mood and tone for visual projects. For 18 years, he has worked on content for broadcast, web, social media and theatrical release.
Greg Heller leads FreshFly’s Los Angeles branch as producer and senior editor. He specializes in working with NPOs and foundations to create long-form documentaries and web-series that share their message.
Greg is an accomplished producer and editor who specializes in advancing the missions of foundations and nonprofits through compelling filmmaking.
After spending over a decade creating documentaries around the globe, he knows the power of engaging audiences and growing funding through documentary campaigns.
Greg has worked on hundreds of film projects covering issues such as mental health, social justice, and environmental issues, including Philadelphia International Film Festival documentary winner Women in War Zones: Sexual Violence in the Congo.
Glenn is a documentary storyteller who creates human-driven films, from the arts to the sciences.
Glenn‘s latest documentary, Hollywood Beauty Salon, portrays life at an intimate beauty parlor inside of the Germantown Recovery Community, a non-pro t mental health program in Philadelphia, where sta and clients alike are in the process of recovery. By gathering together to get their hair done, share stories, and support one another, they nd a way to rebuild their lives.
The Barefoot Artist, about global artist Lily Yeh, was filmed on four continents and had its theatrical premiere in New York and Los Angeles in December 2014 and is currently available on Net ix.
His most recent national broadcast on PBS, The Barnes Collection, follows Dr. Albert Barnes’ remarkable rise from Philadelphia’s working-class neighborhood to the top of the modern art world. SEE, a film that he created in collaboration with painters Bo Bartlett and Betsy Eby premiered at the Camden Film Festival in 2013.
Other long-form documentary directing credits include OC87: The Obsessive-Compulsive, Major Depression, Bipolar, Asperger’s Movie, (theatrical release, 2012, Net ix); Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958-1968, (OVATION, 2010); Saint of 9/11, about Father Mychal Judge, the beloved chaplain to the NYC Fire Dept. (Tribeca Film Festival, IFC theatrical release, 2006, Net ix); Gay Pioneers (PBS, 2005); JIM IN BOLD, which harnesses the power of young voices to reveal the challenges and triumphs of being young and gay in America; Thomas Eakins: Scenes from Modern Life (PBS, 2001), a lyrical examination of America through the eyes of the 19th century painter; and HOUSE, a 30-minute film about The Korman Residence in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania that was famed Philadelphia architect Louis I. Kahn’s final residential commission.
Glenn is a recipient of a Pew Fellowship in the Arts, an Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts, and a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship. He has been awarded silver and gold awards from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for innovative television production. He has been honored with sixteen Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards. A collection of his work was exhibited in the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s 20th Century Video Gallery.
Glenn has directed films in China, Portugal, Kenya, Rwanda, Northern Ireland, Poland, Bosnia and the Republic of Georgia. In 2000, he traveled to Mongolia, where he conducted a workshop for television professionals that explored creative methods for storytelling on television.
Meg produces projects ensuring the filmmaking process flows smoothly for client and crew.
An archival expert, she’s invaluable in locating existing footage and materials to use in the edit.
On weekend,s she tap-dances as part of Philadelphia Lady Hoofers, and will occasionally show off her skills in the office.
Charles is a seasoned producer and director, having lead projects for some of FreshFly’s largest clients.
He maintains good rapport and communication with client and crew, and always manages to raise the creativity of every project he’s a part of.
When he’s not working, he’s honing his photography and Muay Thai skills.
With an extensive background in nonprofit fundraising, community financial literacy education, and occupational therapy,
Marissa helps foundations and nonprofits promote their missions through strategic development and impactful storytelling.
She has received numerous grants and awards for her efforts promoting social justice, community health, and welfare — most notably through the U.S. Department of State, the American Association for University Women, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, and the William R. Hearst Foundation.
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