Our company was founded by Cam Carrithers and we are a group of friends who love putting together projects. Sidewalk began in 2003 and offers services in video, photos, digital media consulting and post production. Over the years, Sidewalk has worked on projects in English and en Espaņol for:

- Video, audio, and photo production services

- Online video outputting and video digitizing

- Teaching video editing and filming

- Photography and photo postproduction

- Digital media consulting

These services are provided built on trust, customized service, and creative solutions based on years of experience in the field. If you are need of any video, photo, or other digital media services let us know. We have managed video, photo, and digital projects for more than twelve years in different parts of the world in both English and en Espaņol while being based in Chapel Hill, NC.

We have an extensive list of professionals that we have good friendships and working relationships with that we bring onto projects that require more than just one person. We are positive thinking from beginning to end and do everything we can to make your project what you are hoping for. Our website: http://www.sidewalkdigitalmedia.org

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Film, Production, Editing, Photography, and Post Production

Contact Details

  Person Cam Carrithers
  City Chapel Hill , NC
  Zip Code 27514
  Address 123 Sidewalk
  Phone Number (919) 932-3243

Business Representative

Cam Carrithers

Director, Producer

Sidewalk was put together by Cam Carrithers. His biography is here. We can send you production credits or anything else upon request. Our website: http://www.sidewalkdigitalmedia.org

Cam Carrithers is a video director/producer/editor based in Chapel Hill, NC. He has produced projects for washingtonpost.com, rollingstone.com,
The University of North Carolina, Merge Records, MTV, ABC, a Fulbright-sponsored documentary in Grahamstown, South Africa, and others. He teaches video production throughout his community and in 2011 he was an instructor at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.

Cam works as a still photographer as well for various publications and does photography postproduction. His photographs have appeared in publications including washingtonpost.com, USA Today, The Associated Press, Transworld Snowboarding Magazine, UNC Carolina Global, Carolina Alumni Review Magazine, and others.

He graduated with a BA from the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication in visual communication, attended the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado Boulder in advertising, and he received an AA from Colorado Mountain College. His career began after a picture editing internship at National Geographic Adventure. In 2013, Cam won first place in the Carolina Global Center International Photography Exhibit, received a William Randolph Hearst Award while attending the University of North Carolina, and has received many others awards over the years.

  • I would recommend this business

Amazing to work with, communicate really well, and have solutions to the things that you may not think about that are part of a project.

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UNC Alumni Association - Carolina Homecoming

This video shows some of the people, places, and moments that happen during the UNC homecoming weekend at events produced by the UNC General Alumni Association. To learn more go to this link. Thanks! http://www.alumni.unc.edu/homecoming

Video filmed, edited, and produced by Cam Carrithers
Video filmed and co-produced by Steve Campbell
Music for this video performed by The UNC Clef Hangers

Amplified: Lunch with... Superchunk

At Momofuku Noodle Bar in NYC, eating dumplings and talking aging with the venerable indie rock band.

Indy Week - Best of the Triangle Awards Party

This video of the Indy Week Best of the Triangle 2013 celebration showcases the attendees, live performances, and vendors. To see all of the winners and finalists go to http://www.indyweek.com.

Portastatic "Song for a Clock"

Portastatic "Song for a Clock" on the album Be Still Please on Merge Records
Directed by Cam Carrithers