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Kim Stricker has been working in the video and film production world since the wide-eyed age of 17.  Over her tenure, she’s managed teams of researchers, creatives, professional talent, production crews, and studios.  She’s taken her video storytelling background and mixed it with a modern day edge as the founder and social media strategist of Social Motto Detroit. 

Stricker’s commercial client roster includes Six Flags Theme Parks, Jet’s Pizza, The Townsend Hotel, Eastern Market Detroit and Michigan Science Center. In addition to her Advertising Agency experience, Stricker brings credits of Episodic Television Programming for The Big 10 Network – “Out of the Blue the Michigan Difference” and Method House Studios – “In the Mix (Peru)”.

Stricker and Pfaendtner’s first co-produced documentary, The Goat Yard is a film with stories from the past, adventures on the high seas, political intrigue and wonderful inventions, led for the most part, by raconteur and rabble-rouser Stephen Hume at the helm.  Detroit Freep Film Festival Premiere 2016.

Michael Pfaendtner has been editing commercials, corporate videos, and documentaries for almost 30 years.

As an independent filmmaker, he has screened his documentaries and short films at festivals around the country where they have been audience favorites, receiving numerous awards along the way. His work has also been televised on the Travel Channel, on Public Television stations throughout Michigan and Canada, as well as online for WGBH in Boston.

His most recent project, A Continuing Series of Small Indignities, examines the topic of social justice and race.