The Hokan Tribal Filmmaking Academy is a weeklong intensive training workshop, teaching Native American youth filmmaking skills, through hands on training. 

Owens Valley Career Development Center
  2002 to 2004.  Contracted with the Bishop Paiute Tribe to design and coordinate their youth digital video production program to service their youth community.

Yakama Nation  2004.  Contracted with the Yakama Nation’s White Swan community to bring the weeklong intensive digital storytelling academy to their community.

Morongo Tribal TANF Program  2007.  Contracted with the Morongo Tribal TANF program to bring the Hokan Tribal Digital Storytelling academy to their community to service at-risk and underserved tribal descendents.

Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria  2011.  Contracted with Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria Tribal TANF program to do a summer youth video filmmaking academy.

Yuma County Library and Quechan Tribe  2013 & 2014.  Contracted with Yuma County Library to do a series of collaborating youth filmmaking workshop both in the city of Yuma AZ and on the Quechan Reservation.

Capitol Area Indian Resources  2014.  Contracted with Capitol Area Indian Resources in Sacramento CA, to do a week-long summer youth filmmaking workshop.  


OVCDC Porterville TANF  2017. Contracted with OVCDC Porterville TANF site to do a 5 day training academy.

Film Premier at Porterville TANF site

Hokan Tribal Filmmaking Academy

Hokan Media LLC

Empowering Native Communities Through Digital Films