In 2010 while Jeffrey was producing the Healthy 100 television series for Florida Hospital, one of the healthcare providers working on the show was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Asked to produce a documentary on the disease, Jeffrey decided not to focus on the clinical, but rather on the personal effect that cancer can have both on the patient as well as those around her.
Roxanne Hopkins was an average woman. She was 50 years old, mother of two, physical therapist and rehab director, avid gym goer, faithful church attendant, but then in January 2010, Roxanne added a new characteristic to her life - Breast Cancer patient.
This is her story as her family, friends and community members offered love and support to get her through this challenge.
Why Me? inspires those affected by cancer to stay positive, showing that a strong support system can help them reach the other side and appreciate all that life still has to offer.
In this Public Service Announcement created with Orange City, Florida, Buzz seeks assistance from the Godfather to make healthier lunches for our school children. With the talents of comedian Dean Napolitano, Andy Gion, Mayor Tom Laputka, Councilman Anthony Pupello, and John Wannamaker.
Sam is fifteen, orphaned, hiding a secret and has been living in foster care the past year. Her Aunt Olina is a widowed recluse, sharing her life and closed off home with her taxidermied bulldog, Elvis. When Olina agrees to take Sam in, they learn to trust each other, overcome the obstacles life has dealt them, and become a family.
Healthy Me! Healthy You!
The Healthy Me! Healthy You! videos use the ELLIOT AND FRIENDS characters to entertain children while educating them about making healthy lifestyle choices. Topics include nutrition, gardening, health, the arts and more.
Three young filmmakers find adventure when they embark on a quest to uncover the truth behind a local legendary creature.