Kent Creative

Video production and creative services for nonprofits and mission-driven organizations.

Kent Creative is a boutique production company in Nashville, Tennessee creating videos, photographs and other media for nonprofits and mission-driven companies. Since 2001, Kent Creative has been the chosen storyteller for more than 100 nonprofit organizations. In the past two years alone, we have produced media for a wide array of meaningful causes, including cancer support (Gilda’s Club), hospice care (Alive Hospice), juvenile justice (The Dan Marino Foundation), indigent motherhood (Mother to Mother), developmental disabilities (The TN Disability Coalition), medical research (The Salk Institute/Williams Syndrome Association), and more. 
Under our 501(c)inema production brand, we produce documentary films that inform and inspire. Our 2011 film, Embraceable, which has been televised in eight countries and translated into six languages, is widely considered the definitive documentary on Williams Syndrome. Our latest release, A Stampede of Happiness, will be hitting the festival circuit soon, and we are finishing post-production on a full length documentary feature called: You Don't Know Me. 

Our Services Include:
Video production 
Print design 

Happening now at Kent Creative:

Producing a video for the Tennessee Disability Coalition
Redesigning the Dan Marino Foundation and Marino Campus websites
Creating a series of videos for Alive Hospice​​​​​​​
Submitting our new film, A Stampede of Happiness, to festivals
In production on a new documentary film with the working title: "You Don't Know Me"

Recent Productions

The Hatcher Family-Tennessee Disability Coalition 

Magic Leap/USC/Dan Marino Foundation Video 

Alive Hospice 30 Second T.V. Commercial 

Among our Clients 
Alive Hospice | USC Institute for Creative Technologies | Mass. Eye and Ear | Weill Cornell Medical College | The Aspen Cancer Conference | The La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology | Massachusetts General Hospital | M.D. Anderson Cancer Center | National Jewish Health | Case Western School of Medicine | The University of Tennessee Health Sciences | USC Keck School of Medicine |Vanderbilt University Medical Center | Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center | Vanderbilt University Department of Medicine |Vanderbilt Institute for Imaging Sciences | Centerstone | Gilda's Club Middle Tennessee | Hasbro Children's Hospital | Lake Forest Hospital | The Myriam Hospital | Williamson Medical Center (with Vision Philanthropy Group) | Agency for Persons with Disabilities | The ARC of Middle Tennessee |The Lili Claire Foundation | The Autistic Self-Advocacy Network | The Autism Society | Brilliant Minds | Els For Autism | The Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (University of Miami) | The Disability Law Advocacy Center | The Dan Marino Foundation | The Disability Independence Group | The Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee | Marino Campus | The TN Council on Developmental Disabilities | The Williams Syndrome Association | Father Ryan High School | Cornell College | USC School of Cinematic Arts |Vanderbilt University School of Medicine | Lake Forest College | Loras College | MTSU | Rhodes College | East Academy | The Nashville Public School Alliance |The Nashville Learning Group | The Nantucket Learning Group | Stand for Children Actor's Bridge Ensemble | The Greater New Orleans Foundation | The Nashville Entrepreneur Center |The Nashville Public Library Foundation | The Nashville Repertory Theatre | The Tennessee Justice Center | Land Trust of Tennessee | Students Taking A Right Stand | Bright Horizons Family Foundation | Stand for Children | The Centerstone Research Institute | The Tennessee Disability Coalition 
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