Corduroy Media produced a moving piece on the story of a hate crime for TIME Magazine.
Imagine being a skinny 13 year old kid and getting kicked out of your home for being gay. You don’t know where to turn, catch a one-way bus ticket to Los Angeles, and make your home between an iron fence and a bush inside a park. That is where Matthew Boger found himself in the 197o’s.
Now imagine a punk-rock racist who beats people up for fun and spent time in prison for assaulting an Iranian couple. That is where Timothy Zaal was in his life when he met Matthew one fateful night 35 years ago.
We documented their amazing story for TIME video, shooting in four locations across Los Angeles in two days to retrace their steps. TIME regularly works with Corduroy Media to produce moving narratives for their national audience. From prison inmates to surf contests, our team crafts unique stories using a powerful sense of narrative and dynamic photography.
Whether we are producing a piece of journalism for TIME, a corporate documentary for a national litigation firm, or a lifestyle photography project for Visa, we pride ourselves on producing a great end product for our clients across the country.