We are known for going to extreme places and lengths to follow amazing stories. We bring insights into ourselves and important issues: HEAL (2017), a #1 iTunes BestSelling documentary. 2014 released two documentary features, ONE LITTLE PILL and THE POLYGON. And in 2012 the theatrical release of the award winning documentary THE HIGHEST PASS. Currently in post production is WOMEN OF THE WHITE BUFFALO.
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Uniting through Wisdom and Entertainment
Producer - Director
Is the president of i2i Productions and is known for going to extreme places and lengths to follow heroic stories. His festival award winning film THE HIGHEST PASS, was theatrically released and took a deep look at fear and death amidst an epic Himalayan motorcycle adventure over the highest road in the world. Adam directed and produced the feature documentaries THE POLYGON and ONE LITTLE PILL. He also produced the hit documentary HEAL, released in 2017 and is a #1 iTunes best seller. A Graduate of Cornell University, currently resides in Santa Monica, CA.
Director of Photography- Editor
Scott Chrissman is Known for his ability to capture in moving image the subtitles of the human emotional spectrum. His cinematic style lends itself to a more commercial appeal, with smooth, flowing motion and finely tuned composition while his experience in the documentary world make for a perfect marriage. His understanding of technical know how and story telling ability as an editor make him well versed in the art of cinema. Scott's credits include the documentary THE POLYGON, ONE LITTLE PILL, THE ROAD TO DHARAM and more.
Having worked with the great Ken Burns as editor of the Emmy winning TV mine-series Baseball, Yaffa has earned her chops in both documentary and television. Recent work includes CNN’s The Sixties and the feature doc The Polygon. Her credits include Nat Geo’s Volcano, the documentary mini series 30 Days by Morgan Spurlock, Biography, and Craft in America. Recent work even includes shows such as Project Runway, showing that Yaffa has the versatility to not only tell deep and meaningful documentary, but also edit with pace and life to keep viewers engaged.