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 Create honest, meaningful,
and original content because

PEOPLE DO THE MOST AMAZING THINGS. Behind every single company, brand, initiative, and idea is a real life person. It's our job to find out what makes them tick and then engage them to share. Translating this passion/energy/creativity/action into something clear, concise, and shareable that has a beginning, middle, and end and will inspire and educate is what we do.

Give us a holler at and let's talk about some ideas 


By the way, our process looks something like this:

  • START WITH CURIOSITY - who are you, what do you do, why do you do it, what do you want to be when you grow up, what keeps you up at night, and what did you have for breakfast?

  • WRITE THE SCRIPT - find strong narrative and visual components that are unique and relevant and play nice together

  • PITCH MODULAR SOCIAL CONCEPTS - Work backwards from ways we can repurpose this footage to delight more viewers and tell more stories  

  • CAPTURE NATURAL MOMENTS - engage you to be yourself

  • ORGANIZE - create a library of custom and beautiful content. Know your footage inside and out so that we can always add value to 

  • ITERATE - squeeze it until it sings 

  • DELIVER - an authentic documentary and/or a series of strategic visual assets


Creative Director/Owner

Henry Dombey began his study of light, composition, and story-telling as a photographer and photo-journalist. He got his 'masters' in business and culture working as a chef, and found the perfect culmination for his curiosity and creativity as a film-maker. Henry started Clubsoda Productions in 2010 and is fascinated and compelled with every step of this crazy process. When he's not running Clubsoda he works on the family business: Plate and Camera Productions and tries to spend as much time as possible with his family.



Steve Agnos has been telling stories since he learned to talk. At first, his preferred format of choice were telling stories by writing and drawing comic books. These would evolve into storyboards for his preferred method of telling stories: film. He graduated San Francisco State University with a degree in Creative Writing and learned to make films on the job at an SF marketing agency called Dial House, where he co-produced films including micro documentaries for STP. In his free time he makes viral environmental hits like How Wolves Change Rivers and The Story of the Chinese Farmer

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