This AIM video introduced the artist Andre Clayton to the world at-large. His is an incredible story of extraordinary will, love, talent and triumph.
Simon Illa was a gifted multi-genre music producer who moved from his home in Paris, Illinois to Philadelphia to pursue his professional dreams, despite some significant obstacles. His given name was Eric Gilbert, and despite his diminutive size, he was a giant, who left an enormous void in the world.
A former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker, Kevin Reilly now inspires from off the field. In this Art In Motion video, Kevin describes his journey to overcome the loss of his arm and shoulder to cancer, and of moving others to find strength in their own lives.
In this archival piece done for Habitat For Humanity, Rob Stoller shares some meaningful conversation with young Habitat resident Jermaine Milhouse.
"Miss Anna" White is an urban warrior. Representing a growing number of grandmothers raising grandchildren, she's fought tirelessly for the rights of kids in the Passyunk Homes development, and singlehandedly ousted the known drug dealers from her neighborhood.
This AIM video, shot in Wash. DC around 1990, at the first-ever Pediatric AIDS Awareness Day, features the Rev. Jesse Jackson, delivering a rousing speech which seems to ring truer than ever at this moment in time.
This video, filmed by Rob Stoller at Inglis House, features a duet performed by Stuart, who wrote the poem, and Audra, who put the lyrics to music. Enjoy this poignant and meaningful collaboration.
Gold-Star Mother Mary MacFarland is the epitome of strength, pride and dignity in this AIM video, produced for Philadelphia Treats For Troops.
Having been wrongly convicted of murder in New Orleans (by DA Harry Connick, Sr.), John Thompson was exonerated on the strength of new DNA evidence, after 18 years on Death Row.
The late, great Dorothy Grider was a prolific, albeit under-appreciated artist in New Hope, PA. In this AIM video, Dorothy, a Bowling Green native, shares her work, life experiences and unique perspective. Dorothy was quite a lady, and an outstanding painter.
In this video excerpt by Rob Stoller, Rosa Parks, the late, remarkable civil rights icon, welcomes visitors to Philadelphia during her travels and talks about the Underground Railroad.
In this AIM video, Tony Black, one of the winningest jockeys in horse racing history, speaks to Rob Stoller about racing, winning, losing, hard work and life.
Shot by Rob Stoller in 1990 Moscow, this boys' dance class at the Pioneer Palace is taught by the passionate, powerful, renowned Olec Pavlov, who engenders discipline and love.
Perhaps the last real Lakota Medicine Man, the late, extraordinary Pete Catches ("Walks With Fire") shares his story and wisdom with Rob Stoller of Art In Motion.
For our 50th Reunion, this video memorializes those classmate no longer with us.