North Woods Productions creates custom videos that sell, motivate, educate and inspire! We have special expertise serving business, non-profit and public sector organizations in the areas of tourism, health care and corporate communications. North Woods has won numerous awards for DVD, online videos and broadcast commercials. Our satisfied clients include Franciscan Health Systems, Safeway Inc., Simpson Lumber Co, City of Gig Harbor, United Way of Kitsap County, Office of the Governor, Port of Bremerton, and many others across the West.

Contact Details

  City Tacoma, WA
  Phone Number (253) 857-7635

Products & Services

Video Production

Video Production

Professional video is a powerful tool for your company’s marketing and communications. To create your perfect video, North Woods Productions first takes the time to get to know you and your needs. We review your marketing communications strategy. Then we can help you identify how to best design and implement video to achieve your goals.

In all aspects, the North Woods crew and equipment are professional grade. As a result, we have won many national and regional awards for the people we serve.

And to serve you better, we offer complete solutions in-house: script writing, broadcast quality 4k production, masterful editing, and complete distribution services. These include Blu-ray/DVD duplication, broadcast, web and social media.

But above all, our greatest assets are our client relationships. Our clients bring brilliant ideas to the production process that we are excited to implement. Our respect for the trust you place, drives us to maximize the return on your project investment. Finally, a healthy serving of humilty and focus on the client assures the most enjoyable and stress free experience possible.

Customer Testimonials

North Woods has done a number of projects for us and they have high integrity, are generous with their time, and put out a great product. I would highly recommend their services.

The video work North Woods Productions has done for our church has been awesome. Thank you Ron for your great help.
You don’t treat people like clients, but as friends. You partner with people to express the heart of their business and in the process tell their story. It’s a win – win combination.

Ok, WOW! Huge work. You did a superb job. I’m really impressed, given the tight parameters I gave you!

Ron, what a wonderful video. We raised more money after that presentation than any time at the St. Francis Gala.
You captured a very personal story in a very moving way. Many, many thanks for your time, talent and working against the clock!

I highly recommend Northwoods Productions for all your media projects. They always produce top quality and overachieve on your needs. I have been working with them for over 7 years and will continue to use them.


Meet Your Poulsbo Fire Department

Poulsbo Fire Department, provides complete emergency and fire services to the 51 square miles of Kitsap Fire District 18. This includes the City of Poulsbo and the unincorporated areas of North Kitsap from Keyport to Port Gamble.

Make it in Washington

Make it in Washington Program provides education, training, and degree programs to promote growth of manufacturing in rural counties across Washington State. The Center of Excellence for Global Trade and Supply Chain Management at Highline College, Seattle, Washington partnered with Shoreline Community College and Washington State University.

Western Pleasure Guest Ranch, Idaho

Western Pleasure Guest Ranch is a real, 1,100 acre working ranch in northern Idaho, near Sandpoint, Idaho. The ranch has been with the Woods family for five generations, starting in 1940 and is owned and operated by family members Roley and Janice (Wood) Schoonover.

Roley and Janice extend a warm welcome to you to come experience their genuine western hospitality and adventure. To learn more visit the website at

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Virgil Gamache Farms, Inc. (VGF) is a family farm engaged in the production of hops and grapes. Originally founded by Albert Gamache in 1913.