Alicia, a homeless Filipina, knits a beanie for her friend. SF

Hallacy treats all her subjects with dignity.

She collaborates with clients to ensure key messages are delivered with impact.

Her field experience in remote jungles, refugee camps and slum communities built her skills to research, produce and edit stories about issues ranging from humanitarian crisis to poverty alleviation to child rights.

Hallacy edits multi-media projects framing editorial information with humanitarian photos for presentation in a short movie format, online platforms or publication with detailed captioning and interview clips.

Her training inĀ black and white photography and custom printing can create specialized projects in film as well as digital stories for use asĀ educational, campaign or advocacy tools. As a former journalist, Jeanne knows what media needs for a story and offers assistance with media outreach and placement.

Hallacy’s knowledge of international development is based on working with UN agencies and INGOs, offering an informed perspective to produce strong content to highlight their projects.

She has worked with UNICEF, UNAIDS, World Food Programme, International Labour Organization, Solidarity Center and Family Health International among others.