Our Vision:

The mission of Hawk Steyn is to bring awareness, empowerment and vital life skills in persevering towards health and forgiveness, through training education, mentorship, metal health aid, as well as skills developed across underserved communities in South Africa.

We are committed to sharing stories and providing tools on survival and healing after experiencing an act of violence, a massacre and mass violent events. Along with that, also those living with P.T.S.D (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), mental health issues, where all the support can be given.

In addition to healing, we are also involved in the personal security awareness and empowerment field. Through our training, lectures, videos, tools, equipment and mobile applications, assistance will always be available.


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Our Story

In 1990, Kathy Eldon awakened from a deep sleep with a vision. Her dream turned out to be a blueprint for an organization called “Creative Visions” which would use the power of media to help people achieve their potential, for themselves and the planet. She launched Creative Visions as a production company to create media that matters.

Following the death of her son, Dan Eldon, who was a photojournalist killed at age 22 while covering the conflict in Somalia for Reuters News Agency, Kathy, along with her daughter, Amy, relaunched Creative Visions in 1998 as non-profit organization to celebrate and support “creative activists” like Dan. 

Our Story

Sound Off Films is a collaboration between Annie Costner and Adrienne Hall, who met while working on the feature documentary Racing Extinction (Discovery 2015). They founded Sound Off to focus on documentary and natural history content production and are happiest working with brands that have something to say. Some of our clients include: DJI Global; Plastic Pollution Coalition; Red Bull, and UNESCO. 

Sound Off kicked off 2018 by shooting the finale of Katy Perry’s Witness tour for a behind the scenes documentary. In 2017 they shot multiple brand spots for DJI product launches  and a short documentary for RedBull on #roxrite reaching 100 wins. In 2016, they collaborated on two ESPN 30 for 30 films and independently produced the documentary short, The Discarded, set in Rio de Janeiro. Annie and Adrienne were also part of a team of creatives that helped curate UNESCO’s 70th Anniversary celebration in Paris (November 2015), in collaboration with Obscura Digital.


The Journey is the Destination Movie is inspired by the true story of Dan Eldon, a charismatic young activist, artist, photographer and adventurer.  
Visually stunning and wildly inspiring, The Journey is the Destination follows a young man’s tumultuous coming of age, his exploration of love and his struggle to create positive change in an increasingly violent and dangerous world. Dan was a unique person who woke up everyday with the drive to make the world a little better before he went to sleep.
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