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


“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
Denver, Colorado, based cinematographer and director of photography for broadcast, documentary, corporate, non-profit, commercial, and advocacy film and video productions. I also serve Boulder, Ft. Collins, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Cheyenne, and the Vail Valley.



My feature documentary film is now on Netflix. You may also catch it on iTunes, Amazon, and DVD.

Gritz_Space-forsiteCheck out my fine art photographs now on display and for purchase at the Denver Photo Art Gallery. Not in Denver? No problem, you may also see my work on my fine art photo website.