We use honest, ethical storytelling practices to transform lives.

We make no room for judgment. We serve all clients equally and justly by listening with open ears and open hearts.

We edit each video to maintain accuracy and effectiveness to serve our clients best.

To listen and learn is at the heart of what we do.

About the owner & founder

Twill Video Productions LLC founder, Sarah Liese, is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians and Navajo Nation. She is a journalist, researcher, and filmmaker. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Mississippi in 2019 and her Master of Science degree in Journalism from Ohio University in 2022. She has been awarded several honors and scholarships, including a Final for Region 12 Mark of Excellence Award in 2019, a Celebration of Achievement medal in 2019, the Freeman Foundation Grant in 2019, the Ohio University Diversity Committee Scholarship in 2021, and the Native American Journalist Association (NAJA) Facebook Project Scholarship in 2021. Along with her awards, she has also held four significant fellowships since graduating from the University of Mississippi: Ole Miss Producer in Residence Fellow at WLOX-TV, Native American Journalist Fellow at NAJA, Full Circle Fellow at the Sundance Institute, and Indigenous Non-Fiction 2022 Sundance Fellow.

After working in several broadcast journalist positions, the founder of Twill Video Productions LLC, Sarah Liese, understood that her passion and purpose was not to be a traditional broadcast journalist; her purpose was to share the truth through film on different platforms with the hopes of creating a better and brighter world. Video mitigation is a passion of Sarah's that she believes can make positive change for defendants and their futures.