Exposing needs and inspiring hope through the art of story
Athentikos is a non-profit creative organization that inspires hope through the art of story. Scott & Amelia Moore, along with a team of local creatives, started Athentikos in 2008 as a way to give back to Guatemala, the birth country of their two adopted sons. Scott Moore is a video producer and Amelia Moore is a photographer. They took three trips to Guatemala in 2009 / 2010 with a team of creatives who volunteered their time to produce the feature-length documentary, ‘Reparando’. The film was released in 2010.
In 2011, Athentikos was established as non-profit 501(c)3 and began pre-production for a second film project ‘Becoming Fools’, which will is scheduled to be completed in late 2012.
Athentikos is supported by all those who give and volunteer their skills and expertise, all in an effort to see the art of story inspire and mobilize people in a way that changes lives!
Producer, Director, Editor
Scott experienced many cultures during childhood while traveling the world with his military family. After graduating from high school in Okinawa, Japan, Scott returned to the United States and received a BA in Theatre Arts from Hastings College (Hastings, NE). He has spent the last 20+ years working in Video Production as a writer, director, editor and producer for commercial, documentary, and music video.
Associate Producer, Photographer
Amelia Moore photographs families, musicians, events and has served as the official photographer for Athentikos. Her formal background is in art and graphic design, and from these creative fields, she discovered a love of photography about ten years ago.
Cinematographer, Director of Photography
Bobby got his creative career started in music. After several years as a professional musician his desire to impact people through story led him to film and video. He has spent several years as a director of photography, director and production manager for live event, music videos, short films and documentaries.
Joel lives in Guatemala City and gives leadership to the “Estrategia de Transformacion” (EdT). The EdT is a strategic grassroots leadership development initiative formed as an alliance between the Center For Transforming Mission (CTM) and Christian Reformed World Missions (CRWM).
Paul hales from Grand Rapids Michigan and is the Senior Use Experience Designer for his company Atomic Object. He loves to dream with his clients about their wants and needs and create a strategic plan to achieve the desired results.
Ericha began work with Athentikos in January 2008 assisting on the production for Reparando. She works as an intern with a variety of responsibilities including correspondence about screenings, fulfilling merchandise ordering, and helping the team with brainstorming and fundraising projects.