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Our Awards

Every once in a while, in the world of video production, the makings of a magical moment happen.




Our experienced video production team is well versed in what it takes to tell an award-winning story — we've got 4 Midwest Regional Emmy® Awards to prove it.



We were honored to receive two golden statuettes at the Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Award Ceremony for best Community/Public Service Announcement as well as the Editing award for "Step Up to End Hunger." Thank you to our fantastic partners at Bremer Bank and Rythmic Circus for your vision, collaboration, and partnership in creating this memorable campaign for a great cause. 

Step Up to End Hunger




This 5-½ minute documentary was both an honor and a privilege to create with our long-time partner, Catholic Charities. The video earned an Emmy Award in the category “Public/Current/Community Affairs-Single Story.”

"'A place to lay your head' is playing a key role in galvanizing our community around this vision," said Tim Marx, Catholic Charities CEO and president. "Everyone deserves a place to call home.”

Catholic Charities - Dorothy Day (1)




StoryTeller earned it's fourth Upper Midwest Regional Emmy® Award on the shoulders of our wonderfully talented video production team. Our dynamic team came together to tell the emotional and inspiring story of Jim Chalmers — a marathon runner who lives with Cri Du Chat syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. 

Stories for the Soul_ James Chalmers, Marathon Man


best place to work

Best Places to Work

In 2018, StoryTeller was named a Best Places to Work by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.

StoryTeller was selected in the "extra-small" category, for companies with 10-24 employees in Minnesota. In all, the Business Journal honored 59 workplaces in four categories, ranging from "extra-small" to "large."

"It's exciting to look at all the great companies on that list," says Ed Heil. "It's been a goal of ours to become widely recognized as one of the best places to work in the area — with lower case letters — so this honor makes it feel like we're starting to be seen that way."