Rope Swing Stories is a family-owned multimedia production company based in Louisville, CO. We are storytellers, here to work with you to create authentic, innovative, and inspiring visual narratives that tell your story the way you want it told. We have worked with companies near and far, big and small, and our mission is always the same - great stories told with guts.
We create original content to fit your needs, documentaries, commercials, branded content, interactive content, and more. Clients include Hazelett Marine, Green Up Our Schools, School of Visual Arts NYC, and Twisted Pine.
Seth grew up just outside of Boston, MA but has spent most of his
professional life on the West coast in Los Angeles. After
attending Boston University, he decided to move West by way of a
wild cross country drive and a 2-year stint on a dude ranch in
Yosemite. Once in LA, he studied acting at the Stella Adler Acting
Conservatory. After focusing on Comedy, mostly Improv and some
Stand up, he moved over to writing and producing. He has produced,
written, and acted in over 25 independent projects from
documentaries to commercials to television pilots to short films. He wrote a series of promos for NBC Universal, worked for Blue Collar Comedy, and hosted a weekly sports radio program called The Saturday Night Special. He was also a contributor for the Daily Upper Decker podcast. He strongly believes the world would be a better place if more people traveled.
Eric is a producer, director, and production manager with nearly 20
years of experience in the Film & Video industry. He began his
career in Miami, Florida building sets for local TV commercials. He
has production managed over 100 episodes of television for
HGTV, TLC, and The Discovery Channel. He is the producer of the
award-winning short film, Desde el Principio, written by Academy
Award winner Nico Giacobone which recently was awarded the Best
Spanish Language Short in the AT&T Film Awards and Best Short
Film at New York Latino Film Festival. He has shot in exotic locations around the world, including Honduras, Mexico, Panama, and of course New York City. Eric holds a BA in History from The University of Florida and an MBA from Babson College.
Anelisa is a writer, producer, and director. Her career as a storyteller
began over fifteen years ago producing educational films on the tiny
island of Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia. Since then
she has written, produced, and directed commercials, digital content,
branded content, documentaries, corporate, educational and
advocacy pieces for a wide range of companies including National
Geographic and The History Channel, GreatCall, The Nature
Conservancy, and UNICEF. She has a BS in Journalism from Boston
University and an MFA in Visual Storytelling from The School of Visual Arts. Anelisa's stories are born from a life spent exploring, climbing, diving, and adventuring around the world.