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Jim Bolser

 

Jim Bolser

Jim Bolser is co-owner of Peak Video Productions. As photographer and editor, he’s won 18 Emmy’s and dozens of regional and national awards. Jim’s background in both television news and production gives him the ability to operate in any environment. Whether it’s chasing flames in Montana or helicopter skiing in New Zealand, Jim will get the job done with the highest possible quality.

 

He has more than 20 years in the business, five of them as Chief Photographer at KXLY-TV (ABC affiliate) in Spokane, WA where he won the NPPA’s Northwest Photographer of the Year. Jim has traveled all over the world shooting and editing documentaries, marketing and training videos and commercials. He freelances for network news and sports. The bottom line - Jim loves to shoot, and visual storytelling is his passion.

 

Robin Briley

Robin Briley is co-owner of Peak Video Productions. She produces and writes documentaries and other video projects. Everything from a gray wolf capture in northern Canada, to a 440 foot bungy jump in New Zealand, to documenting heroin abuse in the alleys of Vancouver, B.C. She is also Peak Video’s sound tech.

 

Robin has had a successful 20-plus year career in television news and programming. She started her career producing newscasts for KXLY-TV (ABC affiliate) in Spokane, WA and worked her way up the ladder to managing editor and news director. Robin has won nine Emmys, two national Edward R. Murrow awards, two national Iris awards and a national Scripps-Howard award for outstanding journalism. Her commitment to visual storytelling helped inspire her team of reporters and photojournalists to win the National Press Photographers’ 1994 Station of the Year award.

 

Robin continues the tradition in broadcasting that her father, Bob Briley, started more than 55 years ago.

 
   
 
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