Creative Insight Studios


We create content that showcases the best work of organizations forging new paths in their respective fields. These are the stories of enterprising professionals using creative approaches to solve tough problems for the benefit of clients and people around the world.


National Geographic Explorers are groundbreaking scientists, conservationists, educators, and storytellers. Each one is infinitely curious about our planet and passionate about helping make it better.

Tiago Falótico

Tiago Falótico is a primatologist, animal researcher and post-doctoral research fellow at the School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities at the University of São Paulo, Brazil. His research explores capuchin monkey populations to identify cultural behaviors and test new...

Alyson B. Courtemanch

Alyson Courtemanch is a wildlife biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department in Jackson, Wyoming. She is responsible for population management of large ungulate (hoofed mammal) species in the region, including elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mule deer, pronghorn...

Rüdiger Ortiz-Álvarez

Rüdiger Ortiz-Álvarez is a biologist and scientific researcher from Spain with a diverse interdisciplinary profile. During his Ph.D. tenure at the Center of Advanced Studies of Blanes, he studied the microbial biosphere of lakes in the Pyrenees Mountains. Given his...

Adrià López-Baucells

When most scientists are calling it a day, Portuguese biologist Adrià López-Baucells is just setting out. That’s because he researches bat ecology and conservation worldwide. Which means working at night. He focuses on the species and habitats most severely threatened...

Alexandra Luccioni

In the discussion on artificial intelligence, AI, how do you stay positive given the barrage of stories detailing misuse of this technological advance? The answer is you look for scientists who are putting AI to work for humanity. You look for AI researchers and...

Molly Elizabeth Shuman Goodier

Molly Elizabeth Shuman Goodier is a biologist and ecotoxicologist, a discipline that combines ecology and toxicology to study the effects of toxic pollutants on the environment. She earned her doctorate at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, has an affinity for...

Bilingual, Spanish Content, Environment

Biosphere 2


Biosphere 2


business, technology articles

Greg Bednarski, Chief of Cyber Policy and Strategy at the National Security Agency’s Cybersecurity Directorate, Emphasizes NSA’s Expanded Cyber Outreach

Speaking at the January 2022 NSF-ISR Information Security Symposium, he talked about his agency’s increased efforts to engage private sector partners in efforts to protect against increasing cyber-attacks.

MARCH 2022 – 2 minute read

Cisco’s Barry Yuan Believes That Companies and Organizations Need To Adopt a ‘Zero Trust’ Approach To Defend Against the Rise In Ransomware Attacks

He recommends building a culture of cybersecurity compliance within operations combined with a ‘Zero Trust’ approach as an effective response to ransomware threats.

FEBRUARY 2022 – 2 minute read

John Strand of Black Hills Information Security Has a Two-Word Message for His Information Security Colleagues: ‘Creativity and Collaboration’

Creative approaches can sometimes create tension with clients, but when combined with collaboration can result in effective data security solutions.

FEBRUARY 2022 – 2 minute read

Pioneer Telephone Leverages Rapid7’s Insight Platform to Increase Visibility, Manage Vulnerability and Reduce Attack Risk Across Its Telecom Networks

Pioneer uses InsightIDR, InsightVM, InsightConnect and Nexpose to protect vital telecom networks that serve more than 150,000 customers, 1,700 users and 600 staff spread across 27 locations.

MARCH 2022 – 2 minute read

The US Signal Approach to Network Security: The Right People Working with the Right Tools to Manage Potential Vulnerabilities

That’s how the security team at US Signal protects the company’s sprawling network and cloud platforms for their Midwest customers.

FEBRUARY 2022 – 2 minute read

Exponent’s Daniel Shuler Uses Rapid7’s IDR and MDR to Ensure the Level of Security his Worldwide Network and Cloud Environment Requires

FEBRUARY 2022 – 2 minute read


Corporate Films for Innovative Companies and Organizations

The film story of the Tucson Museum of Art’s brand new $3M Kasser Family Wing of LatinAmerica Art.



The film story of Regulonix, a biomedical company on a quest to develop a non-opioid drug for severe, chronic pain.


Annual Review


Annual publication for University of Arizona Venture Capital featuring twelve portfolio companies

our skills

Visual Storytelling

We use the power of visual imagery and spoken words to tell the stories of cutting-edge science and technology companies and their remarkable founders.


Creative Content

We fashion creative content that describes the benefit of products in a visual way so it resonates with customers and raises a company’s presence in key science and technology markets.

Scientific Visualization

A picture is worth a thousand words when describing a science concept or engineering challenge. 3D animation can help by illustrating and bringing to life even the most complex processes.