WE ARE DRIVEN BY STORY

Our community of storytellers live in cities and towns across the United States.


Show the Good works with cause-based organizations to shape and share stories, engaging communities in new and memorable ways.

A community of collaborators with expertise spanning the full production and design spectrum.

Founded by a third-generation professional storyteller who has a unique background working both in marketing and communication at nonprofits and as an independent documentary filmmaker, Show the Good offers a wide range of talents through our team of seasoned collaborators. 

Our community includes directors with experience interviewing hundreds of high profile individuals; producers who are adept at managing complicated projects with small and efficient teams; traveling film crews that have experience shooting on six continents using the latest camera technology; animators, illustrators, graphic designers, and editors capable of delivering fast-paced edits for in-depth stories; and writers and researchers that specialize in accurately representing sensitive narratives shared from disparate communities.

Explore our talented community below.

Founder, Lead Storyteller

BRIT LIGGETT

Video Producer

KATIE DOYLE

Cinematographer

YASMEEN JAWHAR

Graphic Designer

KYM ROHMAN

Cinematographer & Editor

NICK NOYES

Graphic Designer & Animator

CARA WILLENBROCK

Producer & Director

EFE KABBA

Cinematographer & Producer

FRANCESCO SAVIANO

Producer

GRACE DONNELLY

Editor & Animator

QINLING LI

Cinematographer & Editor

MARIKA HACKING

BRIT LIGGETT

Founder, Lead Storyteller

Brit Liggett founded Show the Good in 2013 and is the team’s lead storyteller. Her job is to keep our team centered on our clients’ mission, goals and impact. At various points in her 16-year career as a social good producer, she has tackled every aspect of production – from cinematography and editing, to animation and design. She has helped tell the story of nonprofits, government agencies and social ventures, large and small, across five continents. Her films have traveled the world and garnered awards for impact and editing. She has a BFA in Television and Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis in Documentary Production from the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University in California.

Show the Good is not just Brit’s daily job, but her passion project. She shaped the Show the Good community as a force for good, helping our clients effectively tell their story so they can continue to make the world a better place.

GRACE DONNELLY

Producer

Grace Donnelly is the Brooklyn-based Producer for Show the Good. With a background in photography and documentary film, Grace has combined her passion for storytelling and social justice with production at newspapers, non-profits, and mission-oriented companies. Her past work includes managing the production of virtual conferences in the COVID-19 environment, production of branded storytelling at Dia&Co, multimedia production at the Clinton Global Initiative, and a 10-month photojournalism fellowship at The Chicago Reporter. Whether she is on set helping break down equipment or implementing a digital asset management system, Grace is committed to any necessary task to ensure the best possible result. She has a BS in Photojournalism from Boston University.

“I was drawn to Show the Good for its unique role in producing high-quality visual storytelling that achieves real impact. There is an incredible range of diversity not only across all of our clients, but also within each project that makes it an incredibly special place to work.”

KATIE DOYLE

Video Producer

Katie Doyle owns a media company called Cambia Creative and she is a graduate student in the Integrated Media Arts MFA program at Hunter College in Manhattan. Katie creates documentaries and other forms of digital storytelling with the goal of empowering others to share in experiences of community and empathy. Her work has been featured in learning resources, print, theater, interactive installations, and more.

NICK NOYES

Cinematographer & Editor

Nick Noyes is a multifaceted producer, director and editor of a dynamic variety of film and video content ranging from fashion, commercial, narrative, to documentary, music and experimental. Nick achieved a BFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York for film and video production, with an emphasis in editing. His work has been exhibited to congress, on display at the City Museum of New York, screened at film festivals around the world and in New York City’s own taxi cabs. Despite the fluidity of Nick’s content, he has a streamline focus on illuminating the humanity at the core of every story. He is a passionate advocate for using film to combat genre and societal norms.

KYM ROHMAN

Graphic Designer

Kym Rohman is a Brooklyn-based graphic designer specializing in print, website, and social media design. She is passionate about working in the arts and non-profit industries. As a freelance designer she has worked with the Jewish Museum, the Clinton Foundation, the Clinton Global Initiative, and The Alliance for a Healthier Generation. She has agency experience working at Weber Shandwick, creating social media campaigns for Unilever Project Sunlight, educating consumers around sustainable living. Outside of graphic design she is a yogi, a writer, a photographer, and has a budding passion for illustration and surface design.

MARIKA HACKING

Cinematographer & Editor

Marika Hacking is a New York based editor, director, cinematographer, illustrator and co-founder of the production company, Unarmed Media. Along with her commercial editing work for a diverse range of clients from Verizon to NPR, Marika has traveled the world shooting narrative and documentary film. She is passionate about storytelling and bringing to life the personal journeys and issues faced by underrepresented people and communities. Having just edited the narrative film DUO, featuring Adam Lindo (Orange is the New Black) and Michael Buscemi (BlacKkKlansman), she is currently the editor on a feature documentary that follows the champion women fighters training out of the famed Gleason’s gym in Brooklyn,

FRANCESCO SAVIANO

Cinematographer & Producer

Francesco Saviano has been working in New York’s film industry for fifteen years as an actor, writer, director, producer and cinematographer for both studio productions and his own independent production company. His films have appeared in premiere festivals both in the United States and abroad, including the Vancouver International Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival and the New York Television Festival in NYC. Through his production company Unarmed Media, as well as through his strong relationships within the filmmaking and entertainment industry, Francesco has been directing and producing films and commercials all over the world. He is currently directing Out of the Ring, a feature documentary on professional fighters and the long-shot nature of becoming a champion in one of the most unforgiving of all sports.

CARA WILLENBROCK

Graphic Designer, Animator

Cara Willenbrock is the founder of Primary Matter, a creative studio working for good. With 10 years of experience designing for nonprofits, government and philanthropy, Cara is passionate about helping organizations improve their design, marketing and digital presence. 


Cara has worked for the Partnership for New York City, FinTech Innovation Lab, Clinton Global Initiative, Transit Tech Lab, Partnership for Public Service, New York state and New American Economy.

QINLING LI

Editor, Cinematographer

Qinling Li is an independent director, producer, and editor. Born and bred in Changsha, Hunan, she studied and practiced journalism in China, Australia, and the United States. Her work has appeared on PBS Frontline, Al Jazeera English, Newsweek Media Group, Politico, Atlas Obscura, Reason TV, and among others. Li’s documentaries features perspectives from homeschooled teenage athletes, Nüshu practitioner in rural China, transgender sex workers, and African American gun-rights protesters. In 2018, Li went back to her alma mater, Columbia Journalism School, to teach graduate students multimedia storytelling. In 2020, Li co-founded Dec8 Productions. In 2021. her video reporting on transgender sex workers won First Place award in the Gender and Society category, and her short film on black gun rights won Second Place award in the National Political/Government Reporting, at the Southern California Journalism Awards.