MarsMedia Productions was founded with a simple goal: battling inequality and discrimination by promoting diversity and inclusion.
MarsMedia Productions is a digital media production company based in Boston, MA. We specialize in commercials, wedding videography, micro-films, event promotions, and music videos. We are an innovative and audacious team who aim to consistently provide our customers with an out-of-this-world experience.
The power of television and film is undeniable. Mass media is one of the most influential tools in today’s day and age, at once empowering and persuasive. By focusing on themes connected to social issues, our team of “Martians" are committed to using our platform to uplift and educate our audience, while simultaneously providing entertaining and refreshing content.
Being the only Chinese-American media company located in Boston, MA. MarsMedia caters to a growing and ever-expanding market. The multi-racial and bilingual staff we employ, fluent in five languages including English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Bahasa, Spanish, Urdu, and Hindi embody and push forward this goal.
For us, even the sky isn’t the limit!
Innovation is the core value of MarsMedia Production and we deeply care about the quality of work provided to our clients. We have a thirst to continuously raise the standard of our field, hoping to deliver exciting elements and innovative ideas in each of our productions.
WHO ARE WE?
Tiff Wong knew from an early age that she was destined for greatness. The second child in a family of four siblings, Wong was born in Hong Kong, but was sent to America alone at the tender age of thirteen– a stranger in a strange land.
Raised by a semi-Westernized family with strict values and a stricter ethic that commanded her to fend for herself, Wong took on a number of jobs to put herself through Cushing High School, and then Bryant University.
You wouldn’t guess it by her now cool demeanor and confidence but, at one point, Wong was often seen as the shyest kid in her class in elementary school. A cultural trait she inherited early on. Flash-forward to senior year at Cushing and she was being labeled “Most Likely to Succeed”.
The journey, she admits, wasn’t an easy one. Frustrated by constantly being mis-judged by her tender frame and youthful appearance, Wong knew she had to fight harder to be taken seriously. It is a battle she continues to fight today, only this time it’s not the stereotypes of herself she’s trying to battle. Instead, she is unapologetically taking on the world.
Wong’s interest in Visual Arts began at a young age. She got hold of her first camera when she was only ten years old. Since then, she has used it to express the emotions and feelings she never knew how to.
MarsMedia Productions is the product, then, of a woman who aims to combat everyday stereotypes and the challenges faced by an otherwise silenced minority through the power of film. Whether it be through laughter or tears the motive behind each project is to educate.
“In this world there are so many restrictions, as if we are all living in a box with no windows or doors. Everyone is moving in this perfectly straight line,” she says, “It’s time to curve away.”