Photograph by Max Grudzinski
We are celebrating our thirteenth year as a full service production company and couldn’t be prouder of our team and our history! Established in 2005, founder and producer Kris Mendoza can proudly say his creative house is now a teenager! Just so, we are ready to take on more of the responsibilities that accompany such a rank. Maestro’s key initiative is supporting our local communities in education and art by using our resources to buttress their missions while honing our passions. Most immediately, it is our collaboration with Stay True Philadelphia. A seven-year long relationship so far, we are gearing up for another successful summer program teaching students photography through our subsidiary Philly Photo Studio. It’s a fantastic way to kick off our 13th year, developing further as a leader of visual arts by supporting the promising young minds of our future.
[ featured left to right: Kris Mendoza, Edward Cippola, Weston Fahey, Katie Feher, Joanna Shen, Andrew Czudak, Max Grudzinski] Photograph by Max Grudzinski
We’re also looking forward to rounding out the second half of the year with Philly-Forward creative content. Extending from the corporate scene, we’ve set some creative goals toward features and shorts that will build on our pride for this city and its communities! Be sure to tune in to the current manifestation of that: our ongoing Long Story Short program through Instagram @makelongstoryshorts
Happy Birthday, Maestro!