Documentary, educational, and corporate video production and crew services in Charlottesville, Richmond, Virginia, DC, and beyond. It’s what we do. We help people make truly informational media, because your intelligence is worth sharing.
We’ve interviewed national leaders, Nobel prize winners, Hall of Famers, and every day people. Our work lives on numerous broadcast and streaming channels. We’re the local crew that out of town production houses call.
With pro crew and contacts throughout the Mid-Atlantic and the nation, we can craft video production packages to suit your needs in any location.
Flexible Service Packages
Our drive is “informational video production,” whatever the capacity. Maybe you need script to screen, concept to incept, . Maybe you need local crews. We can staff solo operators, 2-camera-and-audio, editing services, voiceover. McBob can do that.
We’ll work with you to find the right solution for:
- Documentary camera
- Interview and B-roll packages
- Training and Educational videos
- Medical and pharmaceutical video
- Broadcast commercials
- Corporate communications
Intelligence works best when shared.
Honestly, not a month goes by when I’m not shooting something related to healthcare… and I love it. I worked four years in cancer research. While I was a horrible, horrible scientist, my appreciation for advancements in the field far exceeds my appreciation for, say, zombies or music videos. As part of our ongoing work […]
In the summer of 2017, McBob Productions worked with AARP to source a two-man crew (video and audio) for three separate shoots on AARP Community events in Virginia, DC, and North Carolina. Working as camera and field producer for all three events, I dug into my bag of professional connections to quickly source three expert […]
FirstLook TV out of the United Kingdom contacted us in early 2018. As part of their upcoming series, we assisted them in producing the Virginia portion of their episode on “Back to School Killer” Jesse Matthews. Thankfully, I didn’t have to spend any personal time ruminating on Jesse Matthews. Instead, FirstLook’s treatment relied heavily upon […]
I’ve been working with the Sony FS5 as my main camera for a little over a year and a half. Compared to many currently available cameras in the price range I could realistically afford (C100, C300, FS7, GH5, etc), it offers the best balance in portability, flexibility, features, and image quality. Moving to a smaller […]
In early July 2017, we worked with repeat client eFly Productions on another medically-themed, conference-associated production. Our task: to stage and produce a talk-show style discussion of a new guideline published by KDIGO, a global kidney disease nonprofit organization. The limitations: the production was in Denver vs. McBob’s usual Mid-Atlantic market, so production gear would […]
A couple years ago on a chance meeting, I finally became involved in creating a feature-length documentary. Someday, I may even finish it. I’ll be updating this post as the project develops. In the meantime, here’s the section concentrating on the main subject of the tale, logger Albert Schulz. Includes voluminous archival footage and photography […]