Stories are important. They shape how we view ourselves and are the tools we use to teach our children. Stories are how we engage new customers and retain trusted partners.

Video is what powers successful stories. When it's done well, a video tells the story of your organization. And when working to create a video strategy, you can help distill what is important to you and your organization, it should inform you of what you want to say to the world and how you want to say it.

What is your story? And how can we help you tell it?



Kent Nichols is widely known as an online video pioneer. In 2005, he co-created the web series Ask A Ninja, one of the first breakout success stories on YouTube and iTunes. The series has been viewed over 160 million times, quoted on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives, featured in the New York Times, Wired, and numerous other publications and blogs. The series resulted in a number of wins for Nichols — the YouTube Award for Best Series, a Webby and a Streamy and he was nominated by the PGA for Digital series.

In 2011, Nichols began helping independent creators to get their work distributed across the web and help them build audiences. He has worked with PewDiePie, Ray William Johnson, Rooster Teeth, CaptainSparklez, Markiplier and other top talent as the director of creator and talent relations at Blip and Maker Studios.

After departing Maker Studios, Nichols embarked as a freelance producer, shepherding several high profile projects for New Form Digital and Pixel Corps.

He is currently Director of Video for StockX.