Proudly Veteran-Owned & Operated
Affordable Video Production for Weddings, Real Estate, Small Business, Corporate & Event Needs
Our company is devoted to creating inspiring content that will elevate your business or production, take your event to the next level, or draw customers to your business.
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We help your business grow by offering
quality filming and editing services at affordable rates and plans.
- Realty Videos & Photos: $350 - $1,500
- Corporate Videos: Hourly budget
- Commercials: Hourly Budget
- Videos for Marketing/Social Media $150 - $1,500
What We Do
Weddings & Events
Wedding and event budgets are tight. We know. So, to relieve the financial squeeze, we offer payment options. We also have EVENT DISCOUNTS for event organizers of 501/C3s. We also include free streaming services for every event. That way no one misses out and they can actually hear what's happening.
Freelance Work & Storytelling
If you are a production looking for a crew, we contract out production work for your project.
Our chief videographer has a somewhat unique experience in storytelling. Nate was a professional TV-News reporter and videographer for nearly five years. He understands how to tell a story through the camera and behind it.
Veteran-owned & operated
Our owner/chief videographer, Nathan Lehota, is a VETERAN. So, we want to show our appreciation for your service to our country by offering a WE LOVE Veterans 20% DISCOUNT. We're also working on getting big enough to hire Veterans as employees.
Owner / Chief Videogrpher
Nate stands out from most videographers because of his professional experiences as a story-teller and his service.
Right after college, he got a job as a TV reporter/Photographer. For nearly five years he developed his craft of storytelling through video.
He was known for his creative video production and presentation.
His love for video grew from high school, developed during his six years in the US Navy and came to fruition at Kent State University. While he was was there, he double majored in Electronic Media Production as well as Broadcast News. He also was also integral to restarting and running the university's veterans club.