Working for Montana Tourism to encourage people to visit the spectacular landscapes of our state is a special privilege. We produced this series of broadcast commercials and anthem in partnership with Implement Productions.
YETI commissioned a video series featuring Eduardo Garcia and Wild Vision Films was proud to produce three of the episodes. Check out the full series on YETI’s website here.
Rolls Royce released the first four-wheel drive vehicle in the manufacturer’s history in 2018. They asked National Geographic photographer Cory Richards to put the car through its paces and "The Final Challenge" film series was born. As Director of Photography for the project that would launch the new SUV, I feel privileged to have helped document a little piece of history. Check out the rest of the episodes at youtube.com/user/RollsRoyceMotorCars
ORVIS wanted to profile one of their photographers while they were on the job. The catch was, they didn't want a big crew or too much equipment to prevent their photographer from getting great product shots. So they called Wild Vision Films. This piece was produced, shot and edited by George using a single, small camera, during four days in the backcountry.
Charged with 2400V, Eduardo lost an arm, ribs, muscle mass, and nearly his life, but more important than what he lost is what he found. As Director of Photography and Field Producer, Wild Vision Films is incredibly proud to have helped bring this film to the big screen.
An American Ascent tells the story of the first African American team to attempt the summit of Denali - the highest peak in North America. The team has been inspiring diversity in the outdoors across America and the film has helped take that message worldwide.
First Interstate Bank asked us to create an engaging commercial to capture the attention of football fans who would prefer to be getting another beer rather than watching an ad during the game. So we gave them "the super fans".
The Montana Office of Tourism needed to show the world what an amazing place the big sky state can be. instead of telling travelers how great it was, we found people to do that for us. The influencer campaign was born with web, print and social ads following the film lead.
The Gallatin Valley Land Trust is a non-profit close to our hearts. They have been conserving open spaces and developing trails around our home of Bozeman, Montana for almost 30 years. We partnered with them to tell their story and help inspire people to support this worthy cause.
Vasque Footware needed a high energy video to drive people to their social media campaign, but did not have a whole lot of time or resources to make it happen. They did have some great photos. Which we turned into great content.
Sometimes a video needs to convey a lot of information. Often that means it is going to be boring, which can lead to your viewers tuning out. In this informational video we used a professional actor to deliver a fast-paced, humorous monolog. We added graphics to convey the information in a dynamic way and keep the target audience interested.
The founder of Wild Vision Films, George Potter, has traveled the world as a conservation biologist and filmmaker. Growing up in Australia and now based in Montana, he has produced documentary and commercial work for outdoor companies, environmental groups, government organizations and businesses looking to enhance their brand. Highlights from the last few years include filming a series for Rolls Royce showing off their new SUV, producing the latest broadcast campaign for Montana Tourism and raising over one hundred thousand dollars on Kickstarter to document the first African American team to attempt the summit of Denali. He has a Bachelor's degree in Zoology and a Masters in Science and Natural History Filmmaking.
Film and video production has changed so much over the past ten years, it’s hard to keep up. There is more content on a wider array of screens than ever before. New technology allows filmmakers to constantly push the barriers and capture stunning imagery in completely new ways. The audience has also changed. Viewers demand to be entertained and informed immediately, otherwise they will change the channel, swipe to a new page or pick up a different device. The only thing that hasn't changed is story. A great story will always capture and keep an audience's attention, regardless of how a they access it. At Wild Vision Films, we focus on the heart of your story first. Then we shape that message using the latest filmmaking techniques so that your viewers are left inspired and motivated to take action.
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