Pandau is an interactive company that uses narrative storytelling to build campaigns around projects in the digital space.
From concept through development to project completion, we create user experiences that communicate and engage.
We are a nimble company able to bring together the most-talented professionals to meet the unique needs of each project and client. Our network of award-winning storytellers, designers, developers, artists and musicians are the best around.
Let’s work together.
Who We Are
Scott Anger is the creative director and founder of Pandau. For more than 25 years, Scott has worked as a journalist, photographer and award-winning documentary filmmaker. Most recently, he was the Director of Video at The Los Angeles Times where he led a department of full-time video journalists and developed editorial video strategy for the organization. You can read more about Scott here and view his filmography. Connect with Scott on:
Lara Hughey is the executive producer and co-founder of Pandau. She is an award-winning producer and business executive with experience building broadcast media. Her clients have included networks such as Oxygen, BBC, TV4 (Sweden), AZ Media (Germany), VOA, Travel Channel and Current TV. Lara is a certified Master Gardener and experienced grant writer.
Come Work With Us
We are always looking for experienced collaborators in the areas of visual storytelling, video editing, design, software engineering and community engagement. We also work with enthusiastic, talented, entry-level individuals who have limited experience in iOS development, design and visual storytelling. If you’re interested, please drop us a note at: email@example.com
I watched the film easily from beginning to end in full-screen mode and didn’t even realize that it was 13.5 minutes long until it was over…some of the scenes were almost so intimate that I felt I should turn my head.
- Tracy Boyer Clark, Editor/Founder, Innovative Interactivity, after watching “50 Milligrams is Not Enough“
Let’s Not Call it Multimedia – NPPA News Photographer magazine story by Seth Gitner, May 2011
Interview with Scott about his work as a journalist – Witnessing Life, January 2012