A picture of Reese Danzer

It’s like that Stanley Kubrick photo but after you’ve just been punched in the face.

One of my earliest memories is of me trying to make home videos of a little Hot Wheels car that kind of looked like a spaceship, using a little digital camera (not a DSLR, like a tiny point and shoot toy camera). I must have been like, 8. I’m pretty sure that’s what started it. By high school I was obsessed with movies.

Fast forward 16 years and I’m still going strong. I’ve created this company as a means of helping share my specific style and vision, and as a producer/director I’m doubly blessed to be able to provide my clients better rates than they’d get when hiring two separate roles, and provide employment on exceptionally compelling projects to amazingly talented people.

That last bit is important. Everyone in this industry is passionate about what they do, and I’m trying to pour as much kerosene on that bonfire as possible.

There are a lot of great production companies in this area that focus on branding, focus on being positive, and are an excellent option to help build awareness of your new product or induce a rapid, gut moving response toward a product or a person.

That’s not us. We tend to move a bit slower, let the emotions sink in a bit deeper. If you’ve got drive, if you’ve got stakes, if you’ve been through massive highs and hellish lows, if you’ve got something you want people to know about and care about on a deeper level, we want to know you.

Or if you just want chill footage, we can do that too :)