00:00-INTERVIEWS      |      00:47-COMMERCIAL      |      1:37-NON-PROFIT      |      2:09-BROADCAST      |      2:41-DOCUMENTARY

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“You are a miracle worker. The shot of Jerry standing over the box, putting on the gloves, sighing, and lifting out the bomb is priceless. The money shot. THANK YOU!!!”

— Barbara Schroeder, producer, Answers Productions


“I just finally got to watch the footage from the interview with Ronit and Peter and wanted to send a big thank you! It looks gorgeous and I appreciate how you got the separate shots of them both listening so that we can patch it together easily for a smooth scene.”

— Jessica Devaney, director of communications, Just Vision


“We reached out to Doug when our deputy executive director needed an introductory video for a presentation. With a tight deadline, limited budget, and only a vague idea of what we wanted, Doug guided us through the process to produce a final product well beyond our expectations. The quality of the cinematography, editing, and sound were exceptional and made her presentation an overwhelming success.”

— Eduardo Ruiz, director of Information technology, Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health


“Great job. Our best remote show yet. Great audio, looks good, all easy in post.”

— Cameron W. Bill, post-production supervisor, Stanford Video


“As director of photography on my documentary feature ‘Out of the Fire’, Doug was a true creative partner in the field. His exceptional cinematography, creative contributions, and vision were invaluable to the overall look and feel of the film. I recommend him highly, and look forward to working with him in the future.”

— Courtenay Singer, producer/director “Out of the Fire”


“In the world of film and video production, I try to work with Doug as much as possible. As a cinematographer, he’s got an incredible eye and makes my work better.”

— Steve Dorst, independent producer and director


“Doug’s eye for moments cannot be matched. He captures images in a way that tells a story through his creative and artistic approach. Working with Doug is a pleasure—his professionalism and great work have made him my go-to!”

— Elise Carbonaro, nonprofit communications professional

Doug Gritzmacher
Cinematographer, director of photography, cameraman, and camera operator based in Denver, Colorado, for broadcast, documentary, corporate, commercial, and non-profit and advocacy video productions.

I also serve Boulder, Ft. Collins, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Cheyenne, and the Vail Valley.