Resilience Reimagined brings to life the extraordinary stories of Capital One’s community, non-profit, and small business partners during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the US. Taylor partnered with Capital One from strategy through post-production—from story vetting and creative direction, to producing, editing, and writing each piece in the series.
Shot between September and November 2020, the series of 5 documentary films and 5 photo essays highlights human dedication, ingenuity, and the power of community—through a chorus of diverse voices.
Each film was shot on location during the pandemic, displaying a remarkable feat of creativity and agility. Each story revolved around the pivots made by ten unique partners during COVID-19 to better serve and support their organizations and communities.
This LGBTQ+ focused health clinic quickly mobilized to serve Brooklyn’s underserved LGBTQ+ community by moving forward with plans to open a new location during the pandemic
The Boys and Girls Club of Harlem
During COVID-19, this iconic organization pivoted to support the larger community through online learning and increasing food access for local families, particularly the families of frontline workers.
Power of 10
This Washington, DC-based restaurant initiative makes it possible for restaurants to stay in business, sustain employment for staff, and feed those in their communities who need meals the most.
To expand our storytelling and capture even more content, we produced eye-catching photo essays that featured in-depth interviews and elevated documentary photography. The organizations we featured were The Education Trust, The Knowledge House, Year Up, The Ali Forney Center, and The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Tarrant County. Please click the links to learn more about the important work these incredible organizations do.