Whether fact or fiction, we develop emotionally compelling content that translates some of the most complex issues into concise, high-impact stories.

Going Blind

A unique documentary film that increases public awareness of sight loss and low vision issues

OY/YO Sculpture Installation

Installation of OY/YO sculpture by Deborah Kass in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Gay Sex In The 70s

A 2005 American documentary film about gay sexual culture in New York City in the 1970s.


A new project that Lovett Stories and Strategies developed with Opts Ideas for Hexagon that showcases their new and ever changing intelligent constructions, vehicle production, sensor technology and sustainable solutions in their day to day work.

New York Rising

New York Rising Community Reconstruction Program is a project developed to help provide planning and technical assistance to communities that are proactive in planning and rebuilding following the disastrous hurricane Sandy storm, hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee.

Eat Healthy NYC

NYC Health focuses on those neighborhoods with high rates of obesity and limited access to nutritious foods

Roll Back Malaria

The Roll Back Malaria partnership is a global framework to implement coordinated action against malaria, bringing together the private sector, government agencies, foundations and various other parties.

The Liya Kebede Foundation

Lovett Stories & Strategies worked with supermodel and maternal health advocate Liya Kebede on a video message for the attendees of the International Conference on Family Planning.

NYC Teens: Joseph’s Story

An intimate look at the struggles LGBT teens face today

NYC Teens: Amanda’s Story

An intimate look at the struggles LGBT teens today


Innovative programs and approaches in working with the court system to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.

Blood Detectives

Feature length documentary for The American Society of Hematology

This Is New York City

Celebrating the tireless optimism and relentless spirit of New York City

Windows Mobile 6.5

The ongoing support of their mobile OEM and carrier partners for the new Windows Phone platform

Mammograms Are A Family Affair

HHC Raises Breast Cancer Awareness with Annual Campaign

Too Hot NOT To Handle

A documentary that offers a wealth of chilling evidence that the greenhouse effect is intensifying and the Earth is warming faster than at any other time in human history

Cancer: Evolution To Revolution

An HBO special looking at cancer at the end of 20th century.

Save The Children: 75th Anniversary

This video defines Save the Children retrospectively and acknowledges their on-going need for support.

Look, Listen, Love, Respect PSAs

Public Service Announcement for HIV Forum NYC and Callen-Lorde Community Health Center.

The Way Home

The Way Home tells three true stories of forgiveness and reconciliation.

America’s Missing Children

A piece for CBS that follows true accounts of missing children and the hardships a family faces during such a trying time.

Fat Like Me

This ABC News Special put a slim, popular teenage girl in a fat suit and sent her to a new school.

Colon Cancer: Catching A Killer

Lovett continues to probe both science and medicine as we make great strides in our understanding of cancer and our ability to prevent and treat many types of the disease.

Born In My Heart: A Love Story

A very personal Barbara Walters ABC special about adoptions as experiences by the ABC family.

Three Sisters: Searching For A Cure

This HBO special traces the ravages of ALS on one woman and those closest to her.

LPL: Focus 2008

This video celebrates the values that are behind LPL Financial’s continued success as a company.

Rockefeller University Centennial

Celebrating the centennial of New York City’s own Rockefeller University.

Aricept: Unforgettable Voices

A tool for patient and physician education to inform them about Aricept, the revolutionary new drug for the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease.

What Price Freedom

Made for the Centennial Celebration of the New York Public Library, this video illustrates how freedom is expressed in the United States and how that freedom is tied to literature.

Rock Bottom

Rock Bottom follows the journeys of seven gay men struggling with meth addiction and recovery against a backdrop of an emerging second wave of HIV infection.

The Accident

Joseph Lovett’s documentary feature, The Accident, is a personal film journey, a search for the ‘real’ lives of his long-dead parents whose memories linger as little more than snap shots.

State Of Denial

Premiering at Sundance Film Festival, State of Denial looks beyond South Africa’s shocking statistics of ”nearly five million HIV positive citizens with another seventeen hundred infected each day” to the people directly affected by this deadly disease.

Gallery HD

hrough a series of short profile videos, Gallery HD takes a behind the scenes look at the lives and artwork of four New York artists: Barton Benes, Patricia Gronin, Woodland Cemetary, and Deb Kass.

NYC HIV Testing

Encouraging safe sex and empowering all people to find out their status and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Washington Mutual

A 2005 American documentary film about gay sexual culture in New York City in the 1970s.

You Can Prevent TB

Six public education videos on Tuberculosis treatment in English, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin, Haitian Creole and Cantonese, commissioned by the New York City Department of Health.

In A New Light