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Multimedia Production|Narrative Platforms|Event Production

We connect through experiences, not memes. Creating fresh, high-quality digital content drives a business' great ideas and hard hours through the woods and into the awareness of new audiences, clients, and customers.

In addition to developing our own projects, NFP provides audio, photo, and video capture, editing and post-production, event design and management, web platforming, and digital storytelling services to the business, cultural, and non-profit communities. Contact us if you'd like to know more about working with NFP to create thoughtful, engaging digital experiences.


17 December




15 November

A Dark and Aggressive Maxim

A Dark and Aggressive Maxim

  On the third day of The Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans’ City Park, Maxim DJs in a black beret. He keeps his eyes down on his computer and mixer, which are hidden by a huge DJ booth covered in LED lights. Cianna Blaze bounces in front of the bedazzled DJ booth. She shouts […]

15 November

Late History

Late History

  At 11:30 on the third day of Voodoo Fest, Big History is not on stage. Their equipment sits unused. Behind it the lighting crew works to fix a metal row of lights that fell a few moments ago. The band’s singer, Meg Roussel, exaggerates a frown and poses for a photo in front of […]

14 November

An Aging Hipster’s Journal from Voodoo Fest

An Aging Hipster’s Journal from Voodoo Fest

Friday I follow the winding path to the back of City Park around 4 on the first day of The Voodoo Music Experience. A girl walks with two friends in front of me. Her brown hair falls to the middle of her back. She wears a skirt that looks more like a scarf wrapped around […]

21 March

Reading the Leaves in the White Teapot

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Reading the Leaves in the White Teapot

“How gentrification is evaluated depends a great deal on how it is defined.” -Peter Marcuse Richard Campanella’s recent article for New Geography, “Gentrification and Its Discontents” elicited many comments around New Orleans, both online and off. It seemed to perpetuate the now common reaction many people have when the gentrification topic bubbles up: “Change is inevitable” […]


Kind words from partners and clients.

  • Trixie Minx

    “I’ve had the pleasure of working with NOLA Fugees on several events & would highly recommend them. The staff has always been professional & reliable, as well as open to exploring alternative creative resources. From books to blogs, intimate lectures to large scale festivals, I find their services to cover a wide range of media.

    “The People Say Project, which created a dialogue regarding culture & money, personally stands out as one of the most interesting & enjoyable events I’ve done with the NOLA Fugees. Taking a controversial issue and presenting it in a format that encourages open discussion between a wide range of age & incomes was not an easy task but one that they did with effortless grace. There was much consideration brought for opposing sides of the topic but each one was represented in a fair & respectful manner. In this project NOLA Fugees created a harmony between education, art, history, & culture.”

    Trixie Minx, Director

    Fleur de Tease Burlesque


    - Trixie Minx
  • Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival

    “Through their technical abilities NOLAFugees Press/Productions has helped the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival create effective and engaging highlight clips and outreach materials for marketing. Additionally, they have helped to curate innovative events for our Festival helping us to reach new audiences. We’ve found their services to be thorough, timely, professional, and that they go beyond what is required for the finished product—a pleasure to work with.”

    Paul J. Willis, Executive Director

    Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival

    - Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival
  • The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

    “We partnered with NOLAFugees Press/Productions on an innovative series of live talk shows focused on New Orleans’ creative community,  collaborating with a group of students to develop a trendsetting curriculum at Loyola University. The result was a year of original, high-quality public humanities programming that was recognized across the city for its timely, inclusive content. NFP’s professionalism and outreach made the series a success for our organization and for the students. We look forward to future partnerships.”

    Brian Boyles

    Director of Public Relations and Programs

    Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

    - The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities