Here are just a few of the Expert Video Services we offer;

Multi-Camera Equipment Production

​Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle

Commercial Production

Webcasting and Encoding

Soundtrack Services


Video Producing

​Cameras, sound and Graphics

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Remember too that our past is in Free-lance work - Microsoft, Boeing, NBC Golf, Sting in concert, Billy Graham, two Presidents Of The United States, the Olympics, lensing projects in over twenty five countries countless sports events for every major television network. Want to see more? Look at www.vantageroad.com



​We produced the Western Washington MDA Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon for 14 years. From producing all content for this two day television fundraiser to sourcing every technical asset needed: Two Way Satellite Services, Crew, Production Studios, Field Production, Creative Content, Talent Coordination, Music - everything needed for a broadcast network quality TV show. Our content was repeatably recognized by the national organization for outstanding journalism and we proudly continue to provide our teams and services for this amazing Non-Profit organization



Clover Park School District in Lakewood, WA has many students whose parents are active military members from nearby Joint Base Lewis McChord. The District asked us to live stream their two high school commencement ceremonies for family members that are deployed around the world. Every year, we setup all the elements and logistics to make this happen. Of course, since internet service is not always available at the exact time of the ceremony, we archive the event and produce DVD's of the events.


No net. No do-over. One time only. First time. On-time start and on-time finish ...... that's what we do

Boeing came to us to provide HD multi-camera technical and production services in 2014 for customer celebrations, new jet rollouts, first flight testing and employee recognition galas. Over the past few years we have provided crew, gear, production and logistics for many shows and events, including:  webcasts, meetings, historical perspectives and studio projects - sometimes all-niters for all three shifts.

Here's a couple of examples:

1)   Boeing was awarded the contract for the first new Air Force tanker in many years. When it became time for flight testing, we were called on to provided all elements of video production and satellite broadcasting to Washington, DC stakeholders. We coordinated satellite transponder time, provided crew, engineers, directed the 4 EVS provided cameras with 77 x 1 lenses, microwave transmission from the Air Traffic Control tower to our production control 2,000 feet away, wi fi video from a roof top camera 2,500 feet away in the other direction. This project is as complicated as it gets for TV production with a lot of moving elements, technical expertise and fantastic crew abilities.

​2)  Boeing designed and built a new commercial airplane and we provided our team, gear and production services as they threw a celebration for all of their employees that worked on the project. A highlight of the big reveal of the celebratory paint-scheme to the employees was that we placed a wireless camera and operator inside the cockpit to shoot back at the employees faces as the plane was revealed to the teams. Days later, when it was time for that plane's first flight, we provided 8 cameras, 100 x 1 lenses, crew and logistics for both the live takeoff and landing locations.

​3)  Middle East-based Etihad Airlines sent a production team from their London ad agency to webcast the delivery presentation of their newest paint-scheme (livery) 747. We sourced everything they requested, including cameras, w/podium lighting, production switcher, audio playbacks and IFB for a roaming announcer. About twenty four hours from the live show they asked if we could provide a projected image above the hanger doors (at 300 feet high and 300 feet away!) Our engineer calculated the projector requirements for a dusk event, we sourced the units needed, arranged a same-day, expedited delivery, set up and focused two projectors from Los Angles by 2:00 AM.