Everybody's got a story to tell. What's yours?
Sometimes we need help finding our voice and the best way to share our stories. Think of us as the messenger. We excel at captivating audiences with stunning visuals and stories that deliver an emotional punch.
Our work includes commercials, product branding, music videos, educational and training videos, documentaries, feature films, and online content. We've won various awards for our work, but the best award is the repeat business from our clients. We work hard to develop your idea to final delivery. We’ve got you covered.
Don’t think of us as “hired guns” or “the video people”. Think of us as collaborators who will help you navigate your vision to reality. Our work has taken us up and down the west coast, east coast, and all the land in between. (Not to mention Europe, Africa, and Asia.) Our clients have sent us to the far corners of the world to get the shots they need to tell their story.
Sit back, relax, and let us tell your story. Let’s get people talking- about you, your company, your product, or even the video of your pet iguana you want to go viral. Let’s do it. We’ll even include the popcorn.
Brett Eichenberger – Founder/Director
Brett began his work in film and video in Portland, Oregon. This led him to jobs in Los Angeles co-directing a pilot for Fox and Universal Studios. Brett’s talent eventually brought him to Washington, DC, where he produced and edited documentaries and public service announcements broadcast in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Subsequent filmmaking assignments have taken him to Pakistan to film the earthquake devastation and to Egypt to produce a short film for the Pan-Arab community.
Light of Mine, Brett Eichenberger’s debut feature, premiered at the Ashland Independent Film Festival and played numerous festivals including the 25th Annual AFI Film Festival. Accolades for Light of Mine include Finalist for Best Cinematography at 2011 Ashland Independent Film Festival, Best Feature Film and Best Director at 2012 HD Fest, Audience Award and Best Musical Score at 2011 Local Sightings Film Festival. It was one of four films selected from over four thousand in AFI Film Fest’s Breakthrough section; the only film selected from the United States. His last short, A Little Something, was mentioned as “one to watch out for” at the Cannes Short Film Corner, during the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival. Most recently, Brett helmed the feature-length dramedy, Pretty Broken, which is distributed by Freestyle Entertainment and is available on iTunes, Amazon Prime, Google Play and Direct TV in North America and various platforms across the United Kingdom.
When Brett isn’t on set or behind the camera, you can find him on a snowboard or at the Moda Center cheering on the Portland Trailblazers.
Jill Remensnyder – Producer/Writer
As a producer, Jill Remensnyder’s body of work includes the feature films Light of Mine and Pretty Broken, from her original screenplays. She has produced short films and videos for a range of clients, music videos for artists on the Sony and Self Group labels, commercials, media content for the healthcare industry, and for Oregon political campaigns. As a writer, she received unexpectedly wide recognition in August 2013 for a satirical recruitment video, commissioned by the Hillsboro, Oregon Police Department, which traveled well beyond Hillsboro: Wolf Blitzer, among others, compared her writing to a SNL skit.
Experienced in the technical and creative aspects of filmmaking, she is at home in both worlds, delivering work on time and under budget. Jill received her B.A. in Theater Arts from Portland State University where she studied acting and stage directing. In the course of her studies, she wrote, directed and produced her debut feature film, Breach of Etiquette; a romantic coming-of-age comedy.
A storyteller at heart, many of Jill’s stories are inspired by her own personal experiences and observations.
Brian Landon - Producer/Business Development
Brian Landon learned how to be on time & under budget while producing film festivals as a volunteer in the Peace Corps, and then later mastered those skills in law school. Upon graduation, Brian moved to Chicago, IL where he wrote, produced and directed a string of sold-out show runs at The Second City and other theatrical venues. Recently, Brian has made a living producing content for a variety of different companies in the commercial sector.