I am a Portland based film maker, cinematographer and video editor.  

I have more than ten years experience developing educational materials in many forms including teacher training videos, short documentaries, web-based lessons in the ceramic arts, and topics for elementary public education. Working alone or with a team I strive to create a product that will meet your needs. 

Videos are moving and visual narratives that inspire, educate, and engage thoughtful viewers.  I feel that successful videos are built on an appreciation of well-crafted stories presented through word, motion picture, and sound. 

I have worked on projects for Head Start Early Childhood Education, the National Council on Education in Ceramic Arts, Pickathon Concert Productions, Trading Dishes Documentary Series, Venture Magazine, Mt. Hood Community College Advocate News, Beth Hamon Music, and Dawson Media Group.


Education

  • Mt. Hood Community College - Integrated Media: Video, AA 
  • Lewis & Clark College - Graduate School of Education, MAT
  • Portland State University - Child and Family Studies Dept., BS

"Great job Chuck. Far and away the best trailer we have ever had produced. Thank you!"

                              - Joshua Green, NCECA Executive Director

"Thanks for being so on top of everything.  You did an incredible job and we got a lot of great feedback.  We definitely appreciate all your work and talent!"

                              - Chef Steven Ferneding, Trading Dishes

"Chuck, these are ALL so great!  I'm really enjoying them.  The music is just perfect, the clips are clean and clear... spectacular!  We'd love to have you continue working on the demonstrating artists videos!"

                             - Cindy Bracker, NCECA Communications Director