Our Story





Infinity Arts Foundation leverages the power of story, artistic expression and collaboration in the areas of science, technology, engineering, art and math, primarily referred to as S.T.E.A.M. - to amplify the profound connection and impact it has upon world where we find ourselves. We fulfill our mission in two distinct ways: The Infinity Film Fund and our Artists in Residency Program.


Infinity Arts Foundation is unique in that it is the first of its kind to house a film fund and artist in residency program dedicated to S.T.E.A.M related projects. Our goal is to both maximize exposure of the remarkable life stories of leaders in the area, past and present, while also providing a much-needed sanctuary for greater exploration into the investigative process, collaboration and solitude through our artist in residency program.

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The Infinity Film Fund produces and develops films, for large and small screen, to entertain, educate and inspire audiences of all ages and backgrounds about the lives and projects of remarkable iconoclasts, trailblazers and luminaries who have transformed modern society through S.T.E.A.M.


The Artists in Residency program fosters connection and collaboration among those in S.T.E.A.M today to ignite further curiosity and/or offer the necessary solitude required to complete a project. Located in a historic estate in New Orleans, the innovative program is a sanctuary for emerging and existing artists, filmmakers and scientists. It’s a place for them to connect and explore their artistic and investigative process in a stress-free environment without interruption. Because of this, they are able to push beyond their previous limits to access and expand their imagination to secure groundbreaking discoveries and creations in a nurturing atmosphere. 





"It’s a vital time to support filmmakers telling stories that go beyond passive entertainment to engage the mind as well as the heart. History, education, science, humanity – these areas are underserved by the marketplace and in need of dedicated financial and communal support. "

Matthew Brown is a movie writer, director and producer. In addition to The Man Who Knew Infinity, Matt adapted the Ian Fleming biopic which chronicles the years that inspired Fleming to create the iconic James Bond character, he wrote London Town, which was produced by Sofia Sondervan and stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Most recently, Brown is developing a Steven King one hour drama for Cedar Park Entertainment. Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Brown graduated from Trinity College.

"I believe in the power of creativity and the powerful impact artists and film have on our culture. My hope is that our work at Infinity Foundation will launch many more inspired discoveries, and create change in our culture by giving voice to stories and people who have yet to be heard. I am honored to be part of the birth of this foundation."


LaDou specializes in leadership: providing it, supporting it, developing it. She nurtures creative and strong leaders; mobilizes boards; develops institutional capacity; reaffirms and guides missions; and develops strategies with clear, tailored, and feasible recommendations.


LaDou runs a philanthropy consulting firm LaDou.com and her current and previous clients include Alliance for Nonprofit Management, J/P Haitian Relief Organization JPHRO, Sean Penn’s Haiti relief project), Dodgers’ ThinkCure!, Variety Children’s Charity, Volunteer Los Angeles, Waves 4 Water, Haven Hills, Assistance League, Vatheuer Family Foundation, Five Acres, and Youth Mentoring Connection. She previously served as a multi-media marketing executive for Fortune 500 companies, including Miramax Films and 20th Century Fox and launched large-scale, complex, multi-national internet projects for Nexgenix and Idealab’s Firstlook.