About

Bruce Borowsky

production, cinematography

Bruce is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker specializing in corporate and documentary videos.

the lowdown: Bruce worked at People Productions in Boulder, Colorado, for more than 10 years as a producer, director and cameraman, working on a multitude of corporate videos and documentaries. Before joining People Productions, Bruce produced The Climbing Show, a national television series for the Outdoor Channel, covering the world of rock climbing and mountaineering.

Bruce received his master’s degree in video and photography from San Francisco State University in 1989, while at the same time also having the unique opportunity to work as a full-time assistant for renowned adventure photographer Galen Rowell.

shining moment: In 2002, Bruce raced a 72-foot sailboat across the Atlantic Ocean and won the +3,000-mile race by eight minutes! His video documentary 18 days, 16 hours about the race from Southampton, England, to Boston was screened at several film festivals including the Annapolis Film Festival, and won the Best Documentary award in Illinois.

 

Mike Scalisi

direction, post-production editing

Mike is a skilled editor of everything from corporate videos to broadcast television. He is also a burgeoning director of shorts and feature-length films.

the lowdown: Mike is proficient in Final Cut Pro, as well as Adobe After Effects, for professional quality motion graphics and special effects. Moving to directing has been a natural extension of the storytelling skills developed in editing, conceptualizing a strong vision for the style and content of a video and being able to translate that from production to post.

shining moment:  Editor on the feature documentary The Cove, which won the 2009 Academy Award for Best Documentary and the Sundance Audience Choice Award, as well as over 40 other awards at film festivals around the world.

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