Disabled People NEED Disabled People

Statistically, persons with disabilities have “fewer friends, less social support and are socially isolated.”

Anyone who celebrates and advocates for the disability community is, in our eyes, a champion.

That’s why we offering a limited-edition Summer Special, in which we’re offering to cover one of your summer events at an extreme discounted rate.

Usually, we charge $8,000 to film an event. We’re dropping that to $797, and still using our expensive film equipment and brain power.


Because disabled people deserve to connect with more people like them.

Ryan (left) lived with athlete Chelsea McClammer (middle) and her husband Yunus Butt (right) after befriending the wheelchair racing team.

Our director, Ryan Wilson, thrived once he established meaningful relationships with others with disabilities.

Ryan grew up in a small town in central Illinois.

He was one of the only students with a disability in school district, and he never saw anyone like him living the life he wanted.

Ryan did see kids with disabilities on TV, but they were always shown in hospital beds, wrapped in bandages like a mummy and surrounded by medical professionals.

Ryan was discouraged, and it hurt his belief about his true potential.

Then, he transitioned to the University of Illinois, home to many elite athletes with disabilities.

Ryan immediately embedded himself in the school’s wheelchair basketball and track programs, and he saw people just like him living the life he wanted.

They had success. Ryan wanted that.

They had muscles. Ryan wanted those.

And they embodied love, warmth and acceptance. Ryan needed that.

The athletes let Ryan into their communities, homes and families, and Ryan’s life was forever changed.

We acknowledge there are very few production companies led by a person with a disability, and we hope, deep down, our lived experiences with all kinds of disabilities can help at least one person see their worth and potential.

That’s why we’re slicing our margins for this summer special, but please know the prices will increase starting April 2.

Our spots are limited, too.

Much like we do for our bigger projects, here is our process:


We’ll discuss with you the event you’d like filmed.

We’ll ask about the location, venue and people involved (athletes, volunteers, families, etc.) and we’ll try to anticipate with you the strongest visuals.

Maybe that’s the reaction of winning a medal …

Maybe its the moment the athlete’s parents embrace their child in joy and happiness …

Whatever the case, we want to know in advance to capture the meaning of your event.


Our videographer will be on site with you from beginning to end.

They will get all the meaningful shots and audio we previously discussed, and they’ll use all the necessary gear (lights, gimbals, expensive cameras, etc).

They will collect more footage than you would ever need to make sure we collect all the emotion from the scene.


We’ll piece together the footage into a short, 2- to 3-minute video.

It’ll combine strong interviews of the athletes loving the moment with visuals that illustrate the power, significance and joy of sports.

You can, of course, distribute the video across your social media channels, and, in coordination you, we will do the same.

We want people to feel —not just see — your importance, and our personal experience and perspective will allow that to come true.


As powerful as the video may be, we will share a collection of stills from the event with you.

These shots can be used across your marketing materials (i.e. print and digital assets) for years to come.

Our Guarantee

If you do not like us or our product, we are sorry.

You hold a special place in our hearts, and we don’t want to let you down.

BUT we understand every penny of your budget matters.

We have the below safety nets for you in case things don’t work out.

Guarantee #1: Pre-Production Money-Back Guarantee 

If you are not pleased with our work prior to the evet with regards to the video production, you will get your money back.

We will not ask any questions.

Guarantee #2: Our Support on Demand

If you have any questions about our work before, during or after the event, you can reach out to us anytime. We’ll respond within 24 hours or quicker.

Guarantee #3: 12 Months to Success

If within the first 12 months after our releasing the video, utilizing your own distribution channels, you can’t honestly tell yourself and others, including your board, the following, we’ll give you your money back:

The video helped you raise money;

All the people shown in the video are pleased with the final product;

You and all the people in the video felt we authentically represented the experiences of the disability community;

You have timeless content that can be reused and repurposed for future fundraising efforts;

Your donors, volunteers and board members have a clear understanding of the purpose of your organization;

You’re getting compliments on the video and the story it told; and

You are proud of our work together.


Here is what our previous clients have said about Team Trust:

“Team Trust was great to collaborate with on a meaningful and excellent video, created to highlight our new LLCC Nursing Education Center. Easy to work with, positive and wonderful customer service and the end result was a video we are so proud to share. Thank you, Team Trust!”– Michelle Burger, Scholarship and Alumni Services Coordinator for Lincoln Land Community College Foundation

“Thank you for all your help and hard work on these projects. You found a great group of guys to shoot at all locations, and now we have stories that will last a lifetime.” – Eric Gray, Founder and Executive Director of Catalyst Sports

“Great work, Team Trust Productions. A company by and for disabled people. Thank you, Ryan!” – Scherrone Dunhamn Fundraiser 

Samples of Our Work


United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee

Catalyst Sports

Remember, we have limited spots, and this offer is valid until April 2

Fill out this form to claim your spot in our Summer Special special