Things are Changing Productions is a production company and creative collective that uses media to promote positive social change. Husband and wife team, Katy & Joel, are passionate artists that use music and film to empower audiences.


Joel Mejia

Mr. Mejia is a Professional Teaching Artist, Entrepreneur, and Social Activist. He is a son of immigrants from the Dominican Republic, a husband for 5 years, and the father of a beautiful 2.5 year old daughter. A graduate of Graphic Arts High School and Lehman College (B.A., Economics), he has spent the last 20 years exploring the intersection between media, social change, the arts, humanities, and economics – all in the pursuit of truth and justice, which fuels his creativity and work as an educator. Always open to exploring different mediums to express himself, he currently prefers films, music, and transmedia content as modalities for social change. In 2006, Mr. Mejia founded Things Are Changing Productions, which he currently runs with his wife with the mission of producing socially conscious content for fellow seekers of truth.
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Katy Walker Mejia

Katy Walker Mejia is a Bronx based educator, musician and filmmaker that received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Transmedia from the University of Texas at Austin. She has always seen herself as a multidisciplinary artist. Her first short films were screened at the Dallas Video Fest, SXSW, the Red Hook International Film & Video Fest, the International Film Festival of Cinematic Arts, and the Radar International Independent Film Fest. She contributes to music video projects, web series and documentary films in many ways be it producing, directing, writing, creating and placing music, behind the camera, editing, animation and graphics. She and her husband Joel formed Things Are Changing Productions for “seekers of conscious media”. Their first feature documentary film, ‘Time is Art’ has been screened in theaters all over the world and was an official selection 2015 Chicago Blow-up International Arthouse Film Festival. The film was self-released via Vimeo/VHX, on DVD and includes bonus scenes on Blu-ray. The film is now also available in Amazon Video (US & UK).  Portfolio / Twitter