The art of telling a story is important to our survival.
In telling a story we organize our thoughts and speech, motivate, create, design, and improve, build new products, respond to challenges, and innovate.
We investigate, analyze, represent, and collect: documentation, location, transportation and population.
All stories are human centric; we understand better our shared community, what’s at stake and how we live, what alights the heart and piques the imagination.
Storytelling enhances our capability and fires our intelligence. It is through stories we become the most human.
Emmy and Telly