Two time Emmy Award winner Stephen McGee and his wife Cory are filmmakers who have traveled the world focusing on topics that relate to environment and human interest, from exposing human rights violations and humanitarian crises, to globalization and clean energy. Clients include the Kresge Foundation, International Center for Clean Transportation, Climate Works, Time Magazine, The New York Times, viiphoto.com, washingtonpost.com, USA Today, National Public Radio, CNN, ABC, People Magazine, Der Spiegel.
Cory is a two time world BMX freestyle Womens Champion and has recently moved from California to Detroit. She has traveled the world and has brought valuable skills into production having been the subject of many films and reality tv shows. Changing to the other side of the camera was a natural step.
Throughout the 28 countries Stephen has traveled, McGee has lived the lives of his subjects to make certain that the stories he told were the truest to their reality. For two years he worked at the Detroit Free Press making short films on deadline where he was the photographer, producer and editor. He would shoot both stills and video for the multimedia pieces.
In the two years after McGee helped start the multimedia department led by Nancy Andrews, the Detroit Free Press won 3 National Emmy Awards (in catorgies including, NY Times, Newsweek, National Geographic, Washington Post, LA Times, Frontline) and 5 Regional Emmys.
McGee loves working with those who are the forefront of positive global change, the front lines of local humanitarian endeavors, those that make a difference.
He has worked with various non-profits in Ghana, El Salvador, Honduras (2008) Uganda (2005), Rwanda (2005), and in Vietnam (2005, 2006, 2008) and Angola (2004). In 2004 he worked with Health Care for the Homeless where a documentary he co-produced, River Haven, raised $30,000 for a local group of California homeless trying to break out of the street life in Ventura, CA. McGee has helped with his media in fund raising and awareness by Petra Nemcova, Bruce Willys, Wyclef Jean, Ukrainian rock and roll star Pavel Gudimov and Stephen Christian's Faceless International.
McGee lives a life dedicated to his Christian faith in Detroit, Michigan.
"My work to date has only been an attempt to create the content my dreams yield."