Bingham Family heart transplant Dateline NBC

Make an Impact

Make an Impact

Make an Impact

Creating "aha" moments that open minds and hearts and remind us that we're all connected is what we're all about. Whether it's through a documentary film, a promotional video for a non-profit or an educational video, we see stories all the way through from research and development to post-production.



Make an Impact

Make an Impact

Sandy Cummings launched TV Storyteller after a successful career as a journalist/producer for NBC News, where she won numerous awards including three national Emmy© Awards. She has the unique ability to get to the heart of a story and tell it in a way that engages audiences on a deeper level.

Keith Morrison Dateline NBC


Make an Impact


We feel privileged to have told so many powerful stories over the years through video and film production. From medical dramas to breaking news to investigative stories and mysteries, we relish exploring diverse subjects. We enjoy telling stories about experts in their fields as well as those of ordinary people doing extraordinary things.

Recent Work

Promo for "Heartbreak: Saving the Binghams," a feature-length documentary film about a family facing heart transplants in three of their young children.

See more projects (video page coming soon)



Sandy has a writer's creative sensibility, a reporter’s eye, a relentless determination to get the story, a commitment to get it right, and to do it without causing undue harm along the way. Working with her has been one of the true pleasures of my career.

- Keith Morrison

Correspondent, Dateline NBC


Sandy did a fabulous job of telling our story. She earned our trust early on and it only deepened over the years.

- Stacy Bingham

Heartbreak: Saving the Binghams


It was an incredibly positive experience working with Sandy. She was thorough, professional and produced the perfect video for our organization, which involved a huge amount of coordination. We are still using it and receiving compliments on it 2 years later!

- Lisa Bermudez

Bend Science Station