Our Personal And Professional Values

These six points reflect our collective personal and professional values for Team Trust. We are always looking for bigger and better ways of doing things, but we don’t want our striving for success to get in our way of making a true difference. Please let us know if you feel it has.

1. Getting To Know Your Personal Goals, Dreams and Desires

At the end of the day, all we have are relationships. We appreciate you and all you have done for your community, and we recognize your desire to make a difference. We would love to get to know you beyond a work relationship, and learn more about your personal goals, dreams, desires and more. It’s always a joy to make friends!

2. Empathizing With Your Struggles And Problems

We know you’re busy, and we want to empathize with your current struggles and problems. Maybe you’re having a hard time getting more views for your videos, or maybe they’re not bringing in the donations you hoped. Those challenges and concerns are valid, and we have been there ourselves. That’s why we want to help you not only reach, but exceed your goals. 

3. It’s Always About You

We care about you and your organization. You matter to us. If we work together, we want to make sure that we are making our production process as straightforward and transparent as possible. It does take work to facilitate a video or film, but we don’t want to make it overwhelming. And if you are not pleased with our work or anything we do, you will get you won’t owe us a penny.

4. Being Open, Honest And Transparent

We do work hard and long hours to create a video for you, from creating a storyboard to editing the final rough cut. We don’t want you to sign a contract, and then we ghost you. That’s not fair. We agree upon a mutually beneficial timeline and deadline for each stage of our production process, and we’ll remain in communication with you. 

5. If You Fail, We Fail

Your success matters to us. When you succeed, we succeed, and we aren’t going to settle until your goals are reached. 

6. We Love Every Body With Every Disability!

Our director, Ryan Wilson, has a disability, and his life has changed as a direct result of his friends with disabilities. Ryan is very committed to giving back to his friends with disabilities. We strive to set a positive example for the disability community and advocate for anyone with any disability. It would be morally inappropriate of us to not honor and celebrate the stories of persons with disabilities.