Meet the Producer
Who are you?
My name is Brian Bridges and I am located in Richland, Washington. My goal at Video Street Productions is to make high quality
videos available to people and small businesses.
I have been making videos for over a decade. I have always enjoyed making videos, but my creativity extends to other areas as well.
I have built websites, managed social media, worked in graphic design, commercial photography, I write and record music, and I have written a couple books. I am happy to offer all of the knowledge I have gained from these skill sets when I work with clients.
If you need a video for marketing, social media, information, training, news updates, or anything else--that is what I am here for, and I will be happy to work with you. Check out the Gallery to see my work!
What types of customers have you worked with?
Business owners, realtors, magazine editors, people hosting events, and independent musicians.
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
I have enjoyed working with April Adams from Realty Executives. I have been making videos with her that teach people about the realty process,
as well as highlight local businesses around her city in Moses Lake, Washington. We made one featuring Simmer,
a local restaurant, and it looks really nice. It's a high production level and we took the time to get it right, so that was about
24 hours of work time.
I also enjoyed making my Moses Lake Polar Bear Plunge 2016 video. It, too, had a high production level,
but because there was no rehearsed dialogue, acting, or microphones, I was able to knock it out in about a day.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
I have always enjoyed the arts. I began with photography, music, and drawing as a kid. Making videos started as a hobby when I was a teenager.
I used to do video work for my church and I started making stop motion LEGO animations with my friends. The LEGO animations became quite expansive,
with much larger budgets by the time we reached our college years.
After that, I began heavily studying the art of creating live action videos and cinema.
I had a lot of free time to research and learn while I worked for 3 years as a night auditor at a hotel. Eventually I became Front Desk Manager,
and then General Manager of the hotel. This gave me the experience I needed to operate a business, and I finally decided I was ready to venture off
on my own and start Video Street Productions.