Rick Phillips purchased a basic advertising channel business in 1987. Advancing the concept and range of programming, KTVA-Milwaukie-Ch.3 became a well-known resource, serving the citizens of Milwaukie, Oregon via the cable television system. Rick found that providing 24 / 7 weather and recreation information, mixed with local advertising, and even a weekly, live, viewer phone-in show evolved into a worthwhile endeavor. As time went on, Rick was called upon to document special events, primarily wedding days, also proving to be rewarding. When broadcasting ceased in 1989, Rick examined the focus of his efforts. He continued to produce projects for corporate clients, and understanding the long-term value and importance of preserving special events via the magic of videotape, owner Rick Phillips continued to offer this service as well.
"I began my career in video when CCDs were just beginning to replace Plumbicon tubes. Back then I used VHS and 3/4" U-Matic tape, transitioning to S-VHS and BetaCam, then digital videotape (DV) and computerized editing, and now High Defintion Video, yet my classic, journalistic style remains true, it's still the shot. Though I work on a variety of marketing and training projects for companies large and small, including programming for MSNBC, CNN, The Travel Channel and The Learning Channel, I still enjoy preserving special events."
He credits success to the support of his family, friends, colleagues (25% of his business originates from referrals by fellow video producers), and networking with related industry professionals. Always fascinated with photography and impressed by the professionalism of some photographers, Rick now offers digital photography as well.
Winner of ten national awards, Rick is active in the Association of Catering and Event Professionals (ACEP), a member since 1996, serving three terms on the Board of Directors. He served on the Media Communications Association-International (MCA-I, formerly the ITVA) Executive Committee of the Portland Chapter for ten years, including chapter President in 2000-2001, and was awarded the Pilot's Award on June 16, 2001.
KTVA Productions is a member of the Oregon Media Production Association (OMPA), joining in 2005. He is a Notary Public and an ordained Minister.
|Person||A KTVA Production, LLC|
|Address||9818 SE 17th Ave., Suite B|
|Phone Number||(503) 659-4417|
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If you are looking for a freelance videographer or complete video production services in Portland, Oregon, you have come to their right place! Since 1987, we have been the home of cooperative and professional camera people and video producers serving the Pacific Northwest and beyond!
We can create a video from your PowerPoint presentation including motion, narration and music. Do you have a video or audio program you need posted on the web? We can convert and host video and audio files for web delivery or convert for disk delivery or your portable storage device. Being a smaller facility in Portland, Oregon means flexibility, closer attention to detail and personal service. Please call (503.659.4417) for current pricing and scheduling.
Look no further for an experienced, honest, reliable and detail-oriented freelance camera crew in Portland, Oregon. Full-day rate includes up to 8 hours of coverage at one location. Additional location tear-down, transportation and set-up requirements are deducted from coverage time. Portland/Vancouver area, additional travel is $.75/mile. Terms: 50% of services requested due at time of booking with the balance due on day of event. Our studio is suitable for photography (individual and small group portraiture) and videography (one or two-person "talking heads"), 240 square feet & 9.5-foot ceiling, a variety of backdrops (including green screen) and lighting instruments included (flash or continuous), audio booth, monitor, table & chairs, adjoining restroom and dressing area, ADA compliant, on southeast 17th avenue near Waverly Country Club, Portland, Oregon.