Shutterworks is a video production company located in Spokane, Washington. Our experience includes short films, TV shows, documentaries, commercials, advertising, and music videos. Our cinematographer has the distinction of being formally trained in the industry, while having access to one of the largest supplies of equipment in the Inland Northwest.
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Shutterworks was founded with the intention to deliver exceptional work while embracing a fun yet professional atmosphere. We handpick our crew and fellow collaborators to ensure they share our values and strict technical qualifications. Our objective is to understand and execute your precise vision.
Shutterworks produces custom videos for TV spots, commercials, and online advertising. Additionally, we can produce corporate, industrial, and instructional videos, as well as music videos. If you can describe it, it can be made.
We film with 4K ultra-HD and 6K cinema cameras to deliver exceptional detail. We have camera dollies, gimbals, and a 30-foot camera crane to get your dream shot. We also have a truck full of HMI and LED lights, meaning we are just as comfortable filming on location as in our studio. We even have a 45,000-watt movie-quiet generator that can power productions in the most remote locations.
We can handle a project from start to finish, including script writing, pre-production, location scouting, cinematography, providing multi-department equipment and crew, editing, color grading, motion graphics, music, and sound design.
We look forward to hearing from you and hopefully earning your business.
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Our diverse portfolio of work includes feature films, episodic TV shows, commercials, and documentaries. Clients include Anheuser Busch, Entertainment Tonight, Comcast, Washington State University Athletics, AbbVie Pharmaceuticals, and American Family Insurance. Our work has appeared on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Netflix, Syfy, A&E, CBS, ESPN, and UFC.
Scientific: High-Speed Video
For one assignment, Michael was tasked with capturing video footage proving the bullet resistance of a recently designed construction material. Michael filmed at 72,000 frames per second to slow down the action by a factor of 3,000 times. This video depicts a .223 round hitting a balloon, a 9mm pistol, a 12-gauge shotgun, and a .223 round penetrating several layers of sheet rock.
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We always strive to reply to email inquiries in a timely fashion. Whether we are on set or in the office, you should hear back within 12 hours of your initial contact.