Five Fab Videographers and Companies

By: Bryan Cargill

As the age of Twitter allows for quicker and more intimate updates of various professional individuals, we are able to connect through hash tags and only 140 characters. From live on set tweets to camera information to personal encounters and mishaps in the field, Twitter lets videographers connect their lives and careers to their followers.

The Twitter Logo

The Twitter Logo

Here are a few of my favorite videographers to follow on Twitter:

1. Chambers Productions is a local Eugene videography company that focuses on the the production of full length films, audio work and web production.

https://twitter.com/chambersprod

2. Happily Ever After Films is a Eugene film company that is run by couple Monica and Brendan ODonnell. They focus specifically on videography with package deals around $2995.

https://twitter.com/heafilms

3. Woodke Productions is an impressive local videography organization that appeals to the ever-changing advertising and branding world, as well as catering to the wedding scene.

https://twitter.com/woodkepro

4. Peter Wiedensmith is an interesting individual as he has done work for Wieden and Kennedy runs his own operation. He is most known for the work that he does in the editing room, creating advertisements and art that captivate and tells a compelling story.

https://twitter.com/jointpdx

5. Leanne Miller is a close friend of my sister, having also created promotional work for her company. Miller, originally a photographer by trade, but she has been incorporating videography into her repertoire of skills.

https://twitter.com/hileannemiller

The Twitter accounts of these five videographers, inspire me to continue videography work, they inspire, and inform me about various aspects of the ever-changing industry. Through their steady stream of updates and information to their fans displays their commitment to film and videography.

About bryancargill

Bryan Cargill is a student at the University of Oregon pursuing a degree in journalism with a focus in videography, and a minor in multimedia. When not working at the University of Oregon Student Recreation Center as a graphic artist and videographer, he can be found with a camera making a short documentaries, music videos, or simply capturing the moment. He also enjoys his position as the content developer and videographer for the non-profit, SmartRoots, which focuses on the empowerment of children through sustainable education. Cargill’s hobbies include videography, photography, playing guitar, biking, digital art and learning about innovative forms of alternative energy.
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