Pelham Island Pictures was featured in the Wayland Town Crier after the release of our short documentary The Cyclist. The film follows one man's bike ride across America to raise money and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization that aids disabled veterans. We created the film in association with the SuRAB Athletics Corporation, and screened it at the Wayland High School talent show and Brandeis Youth Arts Festival.

You can read the article online here.

Creating films is one thing, but really immersing those films in your community and sharing them with your community is a whole different level, and that’s something that we both really value,
— excerpt from Wayalnd Town Crier
Two Wayland High School seniors have taken their love of documentary filmmaking and turned it into a business venture that has them working their way through their final semester at WHS.
— excerpt from the Wayland Patch

When we first founded Pelham Island Pictures during our senior year of high school, our local community reacted with excitement and enthusiasm. Wayland Patch, an online news source for the town of Wayland, interviewed us about why we founded our film company, our values, and what we plan to do in the future.