About Me

I’m a freelance content creator based in the Seattle area. My focus is documentary-style production, working with small to medium sized businesses and non-profits. As a freelancer, I draw on an expansive network of contacts and resources in the production community so I can scale from small solo projects, to larger multi-camera crews. Regardless of scale though, my crew and I always have the goal to help our clients connect with a larger and more engaged audience.

Recent Projects

The Future 2.0 – Teaser Trailer
Commercial & Documentary
#DCIgive Give Warmth
Commercial & Documentary
Faira Customer Stories
Commercial & Documentary, Vlogs & Social Media Content
What Makes UM Special?
Commercial & Documentary
Welcome Home, Z2
Commercial & Documentary
Bimbo Global Energy Run
Goodwill Design Challenge
Commercial & Documentary, Events
Redfin Agent Careers
Vlogs & Social Media Content
Real Estate Reality Check
Vlogs & Social Media Content
The Spice Hut
Small Business Profiles
Charles Bradley “Crying In The Chapel”
Bastille Cafe & Bar
Small Business Profiles
Ask An Agent
Vlogs & Social Media Content
Interactive Health Clinic
Small Business Profiles
Snug Harbor Resort
Small Business Profiles


A few of the great organizations we have had the opportunity to work with.

Client Logos



The centerpiece of our production kit is the Sony FS5 compact 4K cinema camera and a giant case of Canon 35mm lenses. This lets us stay light and mobile while capturing Ultra HD and extreme slow motion.

We also take to the sky quite frequently with the 4K capable DJI Phantom 3 Pro quadcopter, and yes, our FAA registration is printed right onboard.


They say the most important part of a film is what you hear, and so we take sound very seriously. On small shoots, we use pro level wireless lavalier and overhead mics. On larger shoots, we have a dedicated crew member mixing a variety of sources and ensuring that you sound awesome.

Studio & Lighting

We often work out of dedicated studios in the Seattle area, but where that’s not feasible we can bring the studio just about anywhere with 9ft seamless backdrops in a variety of colors and studio soft box lighting. If our on-screen talent prefers a teleprompter, we have a very portable through-the-lens prompter system with wireless speed control, so there’s no need to sweat over memorizing complex scripts.

Other Stuff

Of course there are tons of toys like dollies and jibs and handheld camera stabilizers that you can use to shoot out of moving vehicles, but suffice to say, we’ve got gear covered. If you think your project will require other specialized facilities, feel free to get in touch and we can gather any info needed to make budget and scheduling estimates.


Field production: $120/hr, or $600/day

Pre and post-production: $75/hr

About Project Rates:

All of our projects are given flat rates based on the scope of the project and a comprehensive view of the needs and wants of the client. The rates above are used to calculate the costs of any given project.

Field production consists of any on-location or studio shooting, and includes camera kit, lighting and audio gear, as well as aerial video.

Pre and post-production include: creative design, location scouts, editing, motion graphics, audio post, voice over recording and encoding for any format or playback device.

As every project faces unique challenges, we emphasize pre-production and consultation to form a production strategy and to truly understand the intended audience and message. As a part of this, we will map out any additional budget factors (licensing of music, specialized voice or screen talent, etc) and factor it in to the overall quote at the outset.

A consultation to talk about your project or even your vague ideas about a project, is always free.

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