2016 Los Angeles Emmy Nominated Producers
FROM CONCEPT TO SCREEN, WE PUT YOUR IDEAS IN MOTION
Perch13 is a full service production company that enables you to deliver your message to your audience.
Buried History with Mark Walberg
Nominated for a 2016 Los Angeles Emmy. Host Mark Walberg pieces together clues about a town’s genealogy. Every town has a story... you just have to know where to dig.
Climate Change PSA
Do You Love Me
NEXT GEN CLIMATE
Should we be listening to the politicians or the scientists? Who should the children trust with their future?
The debut video for the young up-and-coming singer/songwriter.
At the core of every story is emotion. We specialize in identifying and bringing that emotion to the forefront of your story to engage your audience. Not only will they remember your message but they will feel it, internalize it, and act on it. We put our skills to work to tell our clients' stories. Corporate video? Deliverables delivered. Music video? Climbed the charts. Documentary? Passport stamped. Television? Walked the red carpet.
Commercial? Doing one right now!
Together we have over 30 years of production experience.
We have the skills and resources to bring your story to life.
Kevin began his career in Detroit splitting his days between a photography lab in the mornings and filming crash tests for Chrysler in the evenings. After a brief stint in Chapel Hill with a video streaming startup in 1999, Kevin moved to Los Angeles and earned his MFA in Cinematography from the American Film Institute. The years since have been filled with feature films, documentaries, tv shows, commercials, corporate videos, music videos, live performance and more from all corners of the globe. Kevin's photography has garnered many awards and has been showcased in several galleries. Maximizing visual production value even with the most limited budgets, Kevin creates a working environment for collaboration and creativity to flourish.
Jeff began shooting music videos in Chicago and quickly made the leap to directing commericals by the time he turned 20. Several years later his first feature film earned him the Most Promising Director award at The Chicago International Film Festival. In 2000, Jeff established himself in Los Angeles shooting music videos for the major labels. Working across all genres, Jeff has produced, directed, shot, and edited productions for some of the most recognizable names in the music industry and corporate world and his documentary "Becoming Santa" earned the SXSW Audience Award in 2011. Jeff identifies the essence of a story and brings that message to the forefront to engage his audience and leave them with a lasting impression.