Shooting for ESPN

Worked with the great Holly Rowe as ESPN gears up for another fabulous college basketball season. Captured content at KU and MU, but only one was my Fave! #KUbball #videosoupllc

Shooting for ESPN2020-01-11T19:32:45-06:00

The Hottest Chip

Video Soup crew captures Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce eating the hottest chip on the planet. Shot on our Sony FS7 in 4K. DP Craig Campbell and audio tech Ron Howard. Video Link Sporting News story

The Hottest Chip2020-01-11T19:32:45-06:00

Baseball Hall of Fame documentary

In May, Video Soup contributed to a documentary set to debut later this summer for the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. NYC production company Hock Films (ESPN 30for30) tapped Video Soup to record interviews in Kansas City and St Louis. Producer & sports journalist Joe Posnanski interviewed Hall of Famers George Brett & Cardinals legend Ozzie Smith, Royals MVP Eric Hosmer, and broadcasters Joe

Baseball Hall of Fame documentary2020-01-11T19:32:45-06:00

Drone footage added to Landscapes.tv

Now available on Landscapes.TV...aerial/drone footage shot by colleague & friend, Sam Sullivant. Check out the initial collection of drone footage at this link, and continue to check back for updated content. http://www.landscapes.tv/downloads/category/aerialdrone/ Landscapes.TV is a new stock video library service exclusively licensing extended-length nature clips for production and faith-based communities.

Drone footage added to Landscapes.tv2017-02-16T19:29:14-06:00

Video Soup launches Landscapes.TV nature stock video library

Video producers have a new resource for low-cost HD nature footage. Landscapes.TV contains nearly 100 clips shot by veteran DP and Video Soup owner Craig Campbell. Content is organized by season, or viewers can search by specific landscape (i.e. Mountains). All clips average 4 minutes in total length, and each clip is priced below $50. Faith-based institutions qualify for Free access to these clips by

Video Soup launches Landscapes.TV nature stock video library2017-02-16T19:33:23-06:00

TV commercials: Journey from KC to Padre Island

Schlitterbahn Waterparks tapped Video Soup to shoot some of their 2016 season's TV ads which features new footage unique only to each waterpark. As a Kansas City crew, we spent a few days shooting KC waterpark scenes. Our surprise was a few days later when we were asked to repeat the effort, this time at their resort in Padre Island. Oh yea!! Here's the link

TV commercials: Journey from KC to Padre Island2020-01-11T19:32:45-06:00

Featured story for CBS “Game Changers”

Video Soup shot a featured story for syndicated CBS program "Game Changers" which aired last month. It features KU basketball coach Bill Self and his annual event to raise funds for cancer. Shot in 4K on our Sony FS7 camera. Rick Wolff was field producer; Ron Howard ran audio. Here are the links to Parts 1 & 2. Rock Chalk!! https://vimeo.com/videosoup/ku1   https://vimeo.com/videosoup/ku2  

Featured story for CBS “Game Changers”2020-01-11T19:32:46-06:00

4K in demand

Since investing in the Sony FS7 this past year, the need for 4K acquisition has become more evident.  In November Video Soup once again worked with Sports Illustrated to shoot interviews and some b-roll for a story on the future of NFL stadiums.  Kansas City is blessed to be the home to sports architects firms like Populous whom SI tapped for their expertise.  It was

4K in demand2016-02-14T21:11:32-06:00

Vote for NASCAR Award nominee

Video Soup worked recently again with NASCAR not only to produce content for their October 18th race at the Kansas Speedway, but to also shoot a featured story recognizing a local nominee for the Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award.  Video Soup shot all the interviews in the video and some of its b-roll. Watch the video, be inspired, and vote for artist Jeff Hanson by

Vote for NASCAR Award nominee2016-02-14T21:12:48-06:00
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