Bruce Borowsky

Bruce has been shooting video professionally for over 20 years, and has worked for a wide variety of clients in all kinds of conditions, including underwater, underground, hanging out of a hot air balloon, and in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean! Bruce has all of his own professional video gear, including cameras, lighting, and audio, and has experience working with most other professional video cameras in case you have your own. Please call for availability and prices.

Bruce has been specializing in creating corporate videos and documentaries, as well as assisting independent producers with their projects. Bruce particularly enjoys producing and shooting, especially if it involves travel to either coast, so he can go sailing!

Bruce worked full-time for over 10 years as a producer at People Productions in Boulder. In addition, Bruce produced a national television series for five years for the Outdoor Channel on rock climbing and mountaineering. He actually began as a client of People Productions in the very early 90's, editing "The Climbing Show" there late into the night!

His most recent personal documentary, about racing a sailboat across the Atlantic ocean, titled "18 days, 16 hours", was screened at several film festivals, including the Annapolis Film Festival, and won the "Best Documentary" award at the Route 66 Adventure & Travel Film Festival in Illinois! For photos and video, check out his website at: www.bruceborowsky.com.

Bruce is also the co-founder, along with Zach Daudert, of Boulder Digital Arts.

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Views: 11819

Type: Individual

Created: 10/9/2005

http://www.bruceborowsky.com

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