little GIANT Wolf is a value-driven experiential story studio that helps brands, agencies, publications and non-profits cut through the clutter and meaningfully engage with their audience and consumers with unique, specific content that makes issues personal.

WHY

MAKE LIFE PERSONAL

We make issues approachable. We make social taboos table talk. We make cultural divides a uniting principle. And we make global concerns individually relevant. So you can change the way you see the world around you.

 

HOW

DISRUPTING NARRATIVES

We practice storytelling of the future; multilayered and innovative. We tell engaging stories from historically or culturally untold perspectives to highlight the natural bias found in entertainment and news content and give you a fresh and authentic perspective. 

 

WHAT

CONTENT TAILORED TO BEST SUPPORT EACH STORY

Each story deserves a unique approach. We create effective idea and brand activation through immersive (VR/AR/MR) experiences & installations including video, audio and live performances paired with social & editorial content, TV & Film, and videos. 

We help create a more just and compassionate world through immersive, one-of-a-kind media experiences that encourage ownership and longterm engagement. 

We focus on diversity and inclusion both in-front of the camera and behind. 

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CLIENTS


REVIEWS

Working with Skye and her team is amazing! She is a creative with a clear vision and great to work with. I would work with her on any type of project, from traditional film to emerging storytelling platforms. Little Giant Wolf thinks big and outside the box.
— Stina Hamlin
I’m currently working with Skye on a VR production and previously worked with her at Jump Into VR Fest in New York City. She is without a doubt one of the most talented creatives on the VR scene, with a keen eye for detail and an enduring personal drive. In my work with her, I’ve seen her unending commitment to realizing her creative vision, while incredibly juggling numerous projects simultaneously. I consider myself lucky to be her colleague and hope to be fortunate enough to work with her on future projects.
— Nahiyan Ahmad