We create media that educates, edifies and ignites evolution on our planet. We illuminate the visions of light-workers, thought leaders and game changers into content that inspires conscious thought while expanding customer reach.
“A*Light Picture is the most professional, divine, and creative group I have ever worked with. I recommend this team to anyone seeking a super high vibe collaboration.”
~ Gabby Bernstein
“Thank you again for your great work this weekend. You and your team are the best. It was wonderful to work with them.”
~ Marianne Williamson
Partner | Client Relations
Partner | Head of Production
Why are we here? Put simply, to light up the planet.Alice Fulks
<h3><span style=”color: #000000;”>It’s IMPORTANT to us</span></h3>
that everyone we interact with has the opportunity to thrive. Whether it be from a simple smile to having the tools to transform their everyday life. This includes everyone, not just our audience. From our production team behind the scenes that help to make the vision possible, to the viewer themselves.
“bring up, to train,” from Latin educatus, past participle of educare“bring up, educate” (source also of Italian educare, Spanish educar, French éduquer), which is a frequentative of or otherwise related to educere “bring out, lead forth,” from ex- “out” (see ex-) + ducere “to lead,” from PIE root *deuk- “to lead.” Meaning “provide schooling” First we must be introduced to the tools if we are to transform our lives.
“to build, construct,” also, in figurative use, “to build up morally or in faith,” from Old French edefiier (12c., Modern French édifier) “build; install; teach, instruct (morally),” from Latin aedificare “to build, construct,” in Late Latin “improve spiritually, instruct”
late 15c., “to raise above the usual position,” from Latin elevatus, past participle of elevare “lift up, raise,” figuratively, “to lighten, alleviate,” from ex “out” (see ex-) + levare “lighten, raise,” from levis“light” in weight (from PIE root *legwh- “not heavy, having little weight”). Sense of “raise in rank or status” is from c. 1500. Moral or intellectual sense is from 1620s.