Kimberly Nunez-North and Travis North established North Projects, a creative production company, in 2006.The duo has successfully worked together as a creative team for more than a decade creating hundreds of hours of innovative content for nonprofit organizations, independent films, documentaries and studios. Between the pair, they’ve made a notable mark in film, television and the web.

The duo began their career in 2001 producing/directing indie music videos, which frequently hit the Top Ten in local markets, and led to 20th Century Fox hiring them to produce and direct a music video for the hit TV show “Prison Break” featuring world-renowned DJ Ferry Corsten. Kimberly and Travis’ talent was also noticed by directorTim Story, who hired them produce and direct a behind-the-scenes documentary for his movie, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.

The team has also produced behind-the-scenes documentaries for films TiMER, Hurricane Season and The Least Of These and served as the second unit director and producing team for indie film The Scenesters, which premiered at Slamdance Film Festival and aired on Showtime.

Kimberly took North Projects into television by creating and producing award-winning series “The Originals with Emeril” for the Cooking Channel. The food/travel series, which celebrates iconic restaurants in America, received the TASTE Award for“Best New Series” in 2011. Additionally, Kimberly is the creator and producer of three additional unscripted TV series: “Bartenders Choice,” “Meet The McCartneys” and “Wrongful Arrest,” which highlights wrongful imprisonments in a documentary-style series.

While Kimberly took North Projects into television, Travis helmed the way into branded entertainment and online content, creating and directing branded content for companies such as Cotton, L’Oreal, Frontline, Playtex, Downey and Gap. He has also been the director and creative force for several online shows that consistently receive 100,000+ hits per episode.

In addition to producing high-quality content, North Projects’ mission focuses on giving back. The company has par tnered with several nonprofits to create compelling video content to further the mission of the organization. In 2006, North Projects partnered with the Breakthrough Scholarship Fund, a foundation that provides education scholarships to children who live on a trash dump in the Philippines.The effort proved successful by raising more than $100,000, which provided scholarships for more than 60 children. In addition, North Projects has an ongoing relationship with Treasures, an outreach and support group for women in the sex industry. The pair has created several training, promotional and documentary videos for the organization.

In 2012, Kimberly and Travis founded Passion Projects, Inc., a production company dedicated to producing creative content that challenges, inspires and incites change with the intent of shedding light on global social issues, because it matters. Their first project, The Space Between, is documentary that follows the lives of four patients living at a hospice in rural Kenya. The documentary is slated to premiere late 2014.