Powerful Pro Bono!

Wait What Productions had the privilege of working with the creative team at Stone Soup Films to create this short Film for Gearin' Up Bikes, a community-run bike shop teaching mechanic skills to the youth of DC. 

Stone soup Films is a CAPACITY building non-profit working to tell the stories of other amazing non-profits. Devin Gallagher of Wait what PRoductions had a producer role and collaborated with other talented volunteers and the stone soup staff to tell this story. 

Behind the Scenes 

Wait What Productions Sizzler Reel

A quick snapshot of What What Productions' web video work. We create web video for clients like DC Bar Association, fundraising videos for non-profits, and online classes for companies and schools like Georgetown University.   

Producing Stories on Skilled Refugees in the U.S.

FUNDRAISING AND AWARENESS CAMPAIGN: The two videos below are two parts in a series of videos produced for a campaign to raise awareness and support for Upwardly Global's work with skilled refugees. This first video is a powerful example of the challenging journey refugees undergo when coming to the U.S.  

"Devin Gallagher’s camera, lighting, editing, and production skills made these stories sing – and his body of work was a central asset in explaining and amplifying messages of support and service for the refugee community. We’ve heard nothing but positive feedback so far from stakeholders who feel he helped capture the authentic narrative that is so often lost in the charged rhetoric of immigration and integration.   He was the heart and soul of this effort and we could not have done it without him." 

 - Mary “Molly” Bauch, Producer

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The DC Bar Visits Academy of Hope

VOLUNTEER CAMPAIGN: The video below features Superior Court Judge A. Franklin Burgess, Jr. and his work volunteering at the Academy of Hopeschool. As part of the campaign the video was sent to over 100,000 D.C. Bar Association members.

"Devin and his team produced a masterful video that will be a vital tool for our organization for many years to come. Following the release of the video, we've seen an increase in financial gifts and volunteer applications--both of which can be directly attributed to the video."  -Jamie Kamlet Fragale

Viral Video Parody: SCAMWOW!

Wait What Productions assisted in the writing and production of this viral video in response to the BP oil spill, which recived over 150,000 views. 

"Scamwow! Whether you're in Louisiana, Alaska, Nigeria, or Ecuador, Scamwow will meet all your oil spill cleanup needs."