Let us Tell your Story

With over fifteen years experience in design and multimedia, the Sailforth team is always keeping an eye out for unique methods of expressing our client’s message. Sailforth personnel acted as the “multimedia arm” of DTS, Orlando for over a decade, as employees, then as a subsidiary company.

In May 2012, Sailforth became an independent company. Managing Partners Stephanie Liskey and Phil Davis have delivered on many high-profile web, video, training, and scenic byway projects over the years, including work for the Navajo Nation and numerous projects in FDOT District Five. Stephanie was the graphic designer for many database websites with DTS. Sailforth Productions continues to collaborate with DTS, especially on local projects, such as SunRail.

Since we have become independent of DTS, we are focusing more energy on our true strength: design, video, and story-oriented projects. We have planted many kiosks designed and built by our team with help from the FBBSB CME along the Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway, developed a phone application for that byway, and installed the final video. The video is on schedule to air on Orange TV, a local television station.

Other highlight projects as an independent company include videos for MetroPlan Orlando, extensive video work for SunRail, and developing an identity, kiosks, brochures, and videos for the Bartram Trail in Putnam County. We are also near completion on the River of Lakes Heritage Corridor website and video project, which will feature a fully responsive website and HD video installation.


Photo by Dean Campbell, a member of the Bartram Trail Committee. Stephanie, Scott and Phil from Sailforth film as experts speak at each point along the Bartram Trail on the St. Johns River. Sailforth has provided video for every stop along the trail, to help travelers connect with the history embedded in the beautiful natural sites.