Documentaries
 
Great Arctic Air Adventure
Red Barn Heritage Award
North Cascades: People, Places and Stories
 
Documentary production is one of our specialties. While working at Seattle ABC affiliate KOMO-TV, Doug Tolmie wrote and produced numerous documentaries that earned awards and excellent ratings. Photographer Bill Strothman and editor/sound guy Dan Ibabao traveled the world on some of their documentaries at KOMO-TV earning Emmy awards for their work. Dan even received broadcasting's highest honor, the Peabody, for editing work he did on a series of landmark environmental documentaries. While many companies send out large crews to film and produce documentaries, our highly experienced and versatile three-person production team (Doug, Bill and Dan) achieves the same or even better results than large teams at a fraction of the cost.

Recent documentaries:

The Great Arctic Air Adventure, a feature-length film that aired on Seattle PBS station KCTS-TV in September 2011, tells the story of Seattle pilots Doug DeVries and Mark Schoening who attempt to circumnavigate Canada via the famed Northwest Passage in their vintage deHavilland Beaver seaplanes.

North Cascades: People, Places and Stories was a half-hour documentary produced for Seattle PBS station KCTS and aired in January 2010. The documentary featured five different stories that helped to showcase one of the world*s most ecologically diverse landscapes.

The Red Barn Heritage Award was a documentary produced for Seattle's Museum of Flight in August 2011 to honor the inaugural recipient of the prestigious award, William E. Boeing, Jr.