My name is Benjamin Cabe. I specialize in expanding the reach of businesses and non-profits through animated video web content and visually rich videography. I am an artist with an extremely diverse skill set: video and photo capture, editing, animation and motion graphics, illustration and design, writing, music and more. All of this helps me approach projects holistically and build custom campaigns, for a variety of venues, from scratch. Creative problem solving and clean, cohesive visual story-telling are two of my primary instincts. If you are interested in having me help you with a project or are interested in seeing some of what I’ve done in the past, feel free to contact me. I am open to travel and able to write, film, edit, and animate whatever you like.
On June 16, 2014, I, along with several others, launched a dynamic editorial website called, Conciliar Post. It provides readers with different perspectives within Christendom in order to unite the Christian community in dialogue with each other and with our society. I believe that this project has the potential to provide the Christian community with a great resource on topics such as theology & spirituality, current affairs, and tough life situations.
On May 15, 2015, I launched a free audiobook series entitled, Writings of the Church Fathers. The goal: read the copyright free ANPF and NPNF texts out loud in order to promote familiarity with the Church Fathers. In 2016, Ian Attila stepped up as the manager and voice of the series – and we partnered with Ancient Faith to premiere the program to a larger audience.
Theoria is a youtube channel that I launched in the spring of 2015 with the goal of creating unique videos explaining, and portraying, the Orthodox Faith and Her rich Spirituality. In 2016, I launched Theoria.tv in an effort to make Theoria’s videos easier to find, reference, and share. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
A little about what we believe:
As Eastern Orthodox Christians we believe that the structure of the person is theocentric. We believe that the goal of human life is to realize, and live, in this way. We aspire to live life in Christ through participation in the life of the Church; our desire is to live in such a way that we communicate the love of Christ to everyone around us. We believe that every human person is infinitely valuable and completely irreplaceable–and we seek to live under this conviction. Love is and must be the standard of life.
We believe that life is a journey whose end is union with God. Every day that is given to us is given for this end. May we travel humbly, able to earnestly pray the words of Elder Sophrony:
“Grant me to know thy truth before I depart this life. Maintain my life in this world until I may offer thee true repentance.”