- Our Mission -


We are a 501(c)3 non-profit production company. We work with charities, artists, storytellers and sponsors in order to create the most impactful version of their stories and help get them out into the world. This output includes, but is not limited to, scripted and unscripted television, narrative and documentary films, print, web, radio and live events.

Bottom line: We want to highlight and amplify the good things that are happening in the world.



We pair companies with innovative non-profit organizations and socially concious stories to create branded content that aligns with a social mission; and then sell that content in traditional and non-traditional spaces.

We want to bring organizations and individuals making positive social contributions to the forefront of popular culture. For example, instead of “brought to you by Microsoft,” we’d like to see “brought to you by The American Red Cross.”

When the content turns a profit, we all win:

➤ Companies generate financial profit

➤ Nonprofits build significant awareness through media exposure

➤ Fundraising efforts for important social causes are amplified through audience exposure. 

We work with COMPANIES and nonprofits to create traditional media, as well as non-traditional media (YouTube, podcasts, etc.).

Entertainment creation is what Hollywood does best, so why not use what we’re already doing to help the organizations who need it? Wouldn’t you be more inclined to watch a show like “ER” if you knew it was supporting Doctors Without Borders? Or "Glee" if you knew it was supporting "The Young storyteller's Program?"

Does this sound intriguing?


- Meet The Founders -

Katherine Brown Allegory Foundation

Katherine Brown

Katherine comes to this endeavor with more than a decade’s worth of experience in movies and television. Her inspiration to form the Allegory Media Foundation came out of a wish to use her entertainment industry experience for good and to help make positive change in the world through media.

Katherine has helped to produce films for New Line Cinema, r Warner Bros, Universal,  Lionsgate, and Disney, as well as contributing to Television shows like “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment,” for the WB Network.

She most recently co-produced the indie feature "Girl Flu," which stars Katee Sackhoff and Jeremy Sisto, and is currently showing at film festivals all over the country. Her time in Development contributed to New Line’s "Honeymoon With Harry" starring Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro, IFC Films’ "The Bleeder" starring Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts, and Focus Features’ "The Zookeeper’s Wife" starring Jessica Chastain.

Katherine holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of North Carolina and studied Financial Planning at UCLA. She is a New Leaders Council Fellow.

Katherine is the founder of successful retail gift site "Way Easy Gifts." She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. 

Megahn Perry Allegory Foundation

Megahn Perry
Chief Creative Officer

Megahn began as an actor and comedienne and transitioned into writing; selling features and television to companies such as Good Machine, Sony, Paramount and 20th Century Fox. She's written  for Reveille Entertainment, Defiance Entertainment, MSN.Com and Awestruck.

Megahn’s success as an actor and writer led her to write, produce and star in the popular online character and show “Heather Campbell, Teenage Vampire,” which has more than 38 million collective views. She has also written for and acted in award-winning viral videos like “Text Message Break Up” (more than 2 million views) and “Shoes” (59 million views).

In 2010, Megahn began focusing more directly on producing. Her television producing credits include “The Hasselhoffs," “I Love Kellie Pickler” and "Who Shot Biggie & Tupac."

Megahn is also the co-creator of ExBoyfriendJewelry.com,  The site and its various off-shoots have appeared in People, The New York Times, and The Huffington Post and on MSNBC, “Dateline,” “Good Morning America” and “The Today Show.” She lives Los Angeles with her husband and son. Her son inspires her to to do better every day. Hence...Allegory.