I strongly recommend Owen Kindig for any project involving a documentary or video production. Owen produced several videos for one of our signature programs, the Access and Opportunity Program. His videos have been very useful in telling our story, in attracting new funding and maintaining support from some of our local and state funders, and garnering interest and support from students, faculty, the research community, and the general public. One foundation, after viewing the videos and making a site visit, made an early determination to fund an aspect of this program before the decision making process was complete.
Owen is very professional and very thorough in his approach to gaining an understanding of the nature, mission, purpose, constituents, and operations of an organization so as to best capture and present its message and image. We have another major program that we would like to document and my first thought was of Owen Kindig because of the fine work that he did on our other project.
I strongly recommend Mr. Kindig for this type of work, and can be contacted for further information.
Robert C. Johnson, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Ethnic and Women’s Studies Principal Investigator, Access and Opportunity Project Director, Pre-College Pipeline Programs St. Cloud State University St. Cloud, MN 56301
320-308-2553, Office 320-308-2554, Fax
I am so proud of you! This was a difficult topic and You Nailed it! You brought the texture and diversity to a point of understanding with out watering it down. Don’t be an Asshole, well played.
You invite the viewer to be Human in the best possible way.
I am so filled with joy that you shared you gifts on an equal level as the a Artists you filmed. You are a good listener, and in today’s world that is rare.
Gunalcheesh Owen, Gunalcheesh, Ho, Ho, from the bottom of my heart. ..
When indigenous is a way of life, not an ethnic group? You are among us.