A film short companion to "St. Louis' Urban Mayberry," June 2010, St. Louis Small Business Monthly
Cherokee Street has now become synonymous with independent, creative business energy. Back in 2010, I worked on a multimedia feature to show the many years of hard battles that have led to the "overnight success" of one of St. Louis' most unique neighborhoods. The original story ran as a companion to "St. Louis' Urban Mayberry" in the June 2010 issue of St. Louis Small Business Monthly.
To accomplish this feature, I spent weeks developing relationships with the business owners on Cherokee. For the short, I served as creative director along with Bill Sawalich of Barlow Productions who served as a the film's producer.