Services by Kristy Manning Consulting

As a creative producer of multimedia products and strategies, I collaborate
with my clients to help develop ideas and find inventive ways to reach their
audiences and build brand awareness. First and foremost, I listen and try to understand the client’s vision and overall goals and expectations. Then I contri-
bute to project advancement by facilitating team coordination and productivity,
orchestrating essential details, and executing all phases of production
including creative, financial, technological and administrative.

Fortunately, I’ve had the opportunity to work with passionate, imaginative and entrepreneurial-minded individuals on projects ranging from the production of an educational DVD for a high school health textbook, to developing a brand strategy
for a major worldwide scientific experiment, to the creation of an educational
multimedia corporate outreach program.

With a diverse background including senior management at the BBC, technology, digital imaging, and stock footage licensing, as well as web development, graphic design, and educational product development, I provide clients with a uniquely
broad perspective in solving their individual problems.


Some of the core skill sets provided by experienced and proven professionals who were selected for their specific area of expertise are included below as a sampling
of my strategic alliances.


Eric Scott brings 20 years of professional consultation experience as principal and founder of Day For Night, a creative studio for multimedia, music and design. In 1991, coming from a background in the jingle industry doing sound design and audio engineering, Eric created Day For Night as a boutique independent music label, with an original catalogue of electronic and avant-garde jazz-classical music releases. In 1998, Eric expanded his company to incorporate his lifetime passion for creativity in communication and the visual arts and established Day For Night Multimedia, adding a plethora of services in comprehensive design solutions.

Today, Day For Night Multimedia provides bespoke strategic solutions, consultation and development in web properties and viral multimedia, branding and identity design, and original music production and underscore for film. His client list includes, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Herb Alpert, Disney Online/Buena Vista Internet Group, Touchstone Television, sound artist Scanner (Robin Rimbaud), UC Irvine, contemporary visual artist Andrew Lakey, INVIDI Technologies, Two Chefs On A Roll, the Crestone Group Baking Companies, the Swim~ label, and many others.

Eric is a graduate of the University of Souther California (USC) Marshall School of Business, with a certificate from the Entrepreneur Program. In addition to running Day For Night Multimedia, Eric currently serves as marketing director and manager for CVA Gallery, specializing in the online retail of abstract and surrealist art. He lives in Northridge, California with his wife Adrienne and their son, Austin.


Kelly Nafie has more than 10 years of professional experience in community and project development in the U.S. and Europe. Her portfolio includes building from the ground up more than twenty successful, unique, and powerful community projects in the fields of environmental education, social justice, youth, the arts, and cross-cultural communication. Kelly has crafted, found funding for, established and managed programs in a variety of settings, including non-profit, for-profit, governmental and educational institutions. Her list of clients includes Chemonics International, Oceana, the International Rescue Committee, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, Lutheran Social Services, Riverside Community College, Asociatia Speologica Exploratorii Resita, CRSE Romania, Malamalama Waldorf School, and Seaview Performing Arts Center for Education/Hawaii’s Volcano Circus. She received her MA in Intercultural Service, Leadership and Management in 2007, from the School for International Training in Vermont.

Today, Kelly is a freelance organizational and business development consultant, grant-writer, and art manager. She resides on Hawaii Island with her husband, Stone O’Daugherty, a cold-fusion jewelry artist, and son Bastian, a young inventor-in-training.


Dr. Julie Elledge is known for her vision in education. She has a unique style of putting together partnerships and leveraging assets for the benefit of today’s learners. She has worked with companies such as Apple, Twentieth Century Fox, NOAA Kiosk, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, BP, Caesars World Entertainment and Idaho National Laboratory. She is Principle of Academic Alley, a US LLC.

Dr. Elledge has a Ph.D. in Education, Masters in Clinical Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in Communication Arts. She is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She was a partner and therapist in the private practice Solana Beach Counseling Center. She coaches business professionals, teachers and couples to optimize their performance at work and in their personal lives.

Dr. Elledge delivers presentations on STEM education, student motivation and achievement, parenting, conflict resolution, productive communication and couples relationships and intimacy. She has been the series editor for many popular educational programs and consults to school districts, private schools, non-profits and businesses. Julie has served on the boards of the Encinitas School District Instructional Improvement Committee for Health, Money Camp, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and the PTA Fifteenth District for Santa Barbara.


Angela Berenstein is a technical science writer and editor with a degree in Physics. She has over a decade of expertise in managing large-scale publishing projects as an educational development house. She has delivered high-quality material for the largest science educational publishing houses including World Book Encyclopedia and Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. She has mentored 18 local science teachers in developing inquiry-driven curriculum and has 6 years experience teaching middle school and high school students. Her unique strength is finding simple ways to explain complex science and developing labs and activities that engage different types of learners.

Angela Berenstein develops and implements education programs for the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Angela is an active contributor for the NNIN Education Activities Development Committee, which ensures quality and consistency of labs for the 14 universities across the network.


Stacy Gale is a seasoned field and post producer with over fifteen years of experience in video and film production.  She has managed the post production processes for more than twenty successful domestic and international projects, including broadcasts for the Internet, HBO, CBS, NBC, PBS, A&E, ABC, FSN, E!, UPN, FOX, BRAVO, MTV and DVD distribution.  Some of her accomplishments include the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards, James Taylor – One Man Band, Barbara Streisand in Concert, PBS’s Emmy-award-winning From the Top, the 2006 Red Bull Air Race Series, Whose Line Is it Anyway? and the Andy Milonakis Show. Extensive studio and field experience blended with her technical and post production knowledge make Stacy an asset to any production. She is noted for her ability to create a strong team environment and complete projects in a timely and cost effective manner.

Stacy is currently working as a post producer for Budhouse, a ground-breaking Internet reality show that will air during the 2010 World Cup. She is an active member of the Producers Guild of America serving on various committees and also enjoys volunteering with United in Harmony, an organization that provides summer camp opportunities for inner city kids in the shelter system.


Copywriting / Editing