For The Good.

Mission-driven organizations oftentimes are filled with heartfelt stories that emanate with passion and conviction. Sometimes those stories are about promise and excitement. Other times about uncertainty. But they are all beautiful, and we are fortunate to be able to help tell those stories with poignant videos and photos.



Runway for Recovery is a Boston based non-profit that helps support the families of women fighting breast cancer. Every year they put on a runway show to help raise money and awareness for their cause. The models who walk the runway are either women who are fighting or who have fought the disease, or are walking in memory of a loved one lost.

Copper Hound Pictures has been proud to support their cause over the years. To learn more about Runway for Recovery, visit their website: Runway For Recovery.

Even had we set out with the mission to hire the world’s best marketing team, we still never would have ended up with the deeply empathetic and gorgeous vision you bring to Runway, and we’re so grateful and continually dumbfounded at our own luck!
— Alexandra Hanken, Runway For Recovery


The Landing School in Arundel, ME is the only school in the world that offers yacht design, boat building, composites and marine systems all under one roof. You will find folks of all ages, from high school graduates to people looking for a second career, all working hard to follow their passion for the marine industry.

All of us here at Copper Hound Pictures, having our own personal passion for the sea, loved working with the Landing School. It was a wonderful project and made us all want to leave the cameras behind and join in!

Here’s a look behind the scenes at the Kessler jib flying the Red out over a balcony. 


Conservatory Lab Charter School is an organization with a clear mission. They provide the highest level of educational experience to their students in part by integrating music into the curriculum.

Copper Hound Pictures was hired to tell this story. We story-boarded, wrote, shot and edited this video. The music, of course, is from the students. We embedded ourselves in the school, learned as much as we could about the culture of during our discovery period, and distilled that information down into a script that was both informative and meaningful. From there it was just a matter of shooting beautiful video footage of the students in action.