Mission Statement

Embrace Your Cape Enterprises, LLC is an artist driven, media production and management company based in Los Angeles. We are focused on stories and artists that change the way we see the world, and how we connect with humanity.

Every human being is a hero, and every hero has an origin story: a life-changing event that leads them to discovering their true strength and ultimately creating global transformation.

This is what it means to “Embrace Your Cape”, and these are the stories we seek to share in our work: original stories that embrace the good, the bad, the ugly (and everything in-between) with refreshing honesty, love and humor.

We live by this philosophy in all that we do — whether that is producing original content or shaping the careers of our talented clients.

Media Production

Embrace Your Cape is about transformational storytelling – narratives and original content that take us on a journey and leave us changed at the end, viewing life and our world in a different way. We believe in intersectional diversity and taking risks. Developing and producing projects that embrace all that we are.


Our talented clients are actors, writers, speakers, storytellers, and beyond. As a company, we seek to create an indelible brand for each of our clients that is present in all they do and highlights their unique talent and voice. This focus then empowers us to position our clients strategically and grow their careers while staying connected to their individual purpose and passion.

Platform Innovation

To develop a digital platform to host the work of transformational speakers and storytellers who can connect with people worldwide to have a life-changing impact.

Think Ted Talk – for the soul.


We seek to bring men and women together to create programs aimed at healing young victims of abuse. For so many, the process of recovery from abuse does not begin until later in adult life — when trauma has had many years to grow its subconscious roots and have a negative, lasting impact. Our mission is to begin the conversation with young people — from kindergarten to college — preventing the cycle of abuse from perpetuating and empowering them to lead healthy thriving lives.

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