Unlikely Media works with clients to provide unique, visually compelling video content that educates viewers, elevates brands, and shares untold stories.
We provide services at any stage of production, from early stage consultation, and conceptualization through production to publication. We work with companies to determine how to best leverage video for their needs. Projects may be one-off productions or multi-part series. Our clients range from tech startups to fine artists, and everyone in between. The types of videos we create range from documentaries to commercial content, and everything in between.
Co-founders Jenny Groza and Tracy Szatan oversee and produce all projects. We can hire crew depending on your project's needs.
Jenny is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker. She was selected as a Union Docs 2018 Collaborative Fellow and a Brooklyn Public Media Fellow in 2016 and teaches documentary and podcast courses to high school and adult students. Her documentary work has shown at international film festivals and received awards from the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment. Her first short documentary, PIERRE ANDRE SIMMONS, won the Syndicated Shorts Audience Choice Award and the Social Justice Award at the Brooklyn Free Speech Awards. She has a master's degree in public policy from The New School, which she attended on a Peace Corps Fellowship, and a degree in video production from Ohio University.
Tracy is a filmmaker and visual artist invested in the ways in which new ways of seeing can build empathy and evoke meaningful experiences and change. She has worked extensively in documentary with early experiences as part of the Girl Rising documentary team, PBS’s Point of View documentary team, and the MOCAtv team at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles.
She has lived and worked domestically in New York and Los Angeles and internationally in Berlin, Venice, Tangier, and Dhaka. Her visual work has been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin. She received a B.A. with honors from Brown University with a dual concentration in Film Production and History.