When approached about hosting a motion-picture series about healthy eating, Monica needed a full proof of concept to move forward with any new innovations. In just 24 hours we shot and edited 3 episodes for presentation
This project was geared toward improving the health of communities and in many cases, food desserts. Low income communities need to preserve long term health and this show was a glimpse into the life of healthy living made easy for everyone!
Prepare Plant-Based Meals at Home like a Chef
Monica Moss truly brings viewers into her world of healthy eating solutions with this series, inspired to completely elevate your daily nutrition exponentially.
LET'S LOOK AT 2 EPISODES
FROM MONICA'S COOKING SERIES
these are pilot episodes to test the launch of the new show
WATCH EPISODES 2 & 3
When working with talent, we make sure the subject is comfortable and natural to give the best on-camera presentation. This provides content that your audience can truly connect with emotionally and intellectually.
Cooking with Monica Moss
Our approach to this matter was critical. We had under 24 hours to turn around 3 episodes that fully represented the mission of the show, and showcased proof of concept. We filmed 3 episodes in one production day after creating the video treatment earlier that day.
MORE ABOUT MONICA MOSS
As a food justice advocate, Monica is committed to creating access to healthy food options and comprehensive food education. In response to the church being located in a food desert, Monica has been instrumental in the development of a farmers market and education garden, each designed to provide alternatives for food access, economic development and neighborhood beautification. Monica is passionate about the intersection of food and faith as key elements of community engagement and health transformation. She has been a featured speaker on the topic of Food and Faith at Valparaiso University, Lutheran Seminary and Chicago Theological Seminary.
As a member of the Chicago faith community, Monica is actively engaged in service and ministry. With her husband, the Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III, she provides leadership to the Trinity United Church of Christ located in the southside community of Washington Heights. For 12 years, Monica has co-convened a national faith-based conference of nearly 1000 women. Each year, this conference produces the State of the Black Woman, a panel discussion of experts designed to address the unique needs of African American women through the development of a social change agenda.
Monica is the Chair of the Greater Chicago Food Depository Board of Directors. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Illinois Action for Children and McCormick Seminary. She is the Co-Chair of The First Ladies Health Initiative.