Great people.
Great experience.
Great equipment.


Why work with us?

  • Advanced technical skills

  • Local expertise, with crew members in Union organizations
    IBEW Local 1220, NABET Local 41, and IATSE Locals 476 and 600

  • Flexible and fun

  • Detail driven

  • Creativity in two forms: artistic know-how and creative problem solving


Types of video coverage

(listed alphabetically)

  • Behind the scenes

  • Broadcast television

  • B-roll

  • Charity/nonprofit

  • Commercial

  • Corporate meeting

  • Documentary

  • Employee training

  • EPK (electronic press kit)

  • Event coverage

  • Field production

  • Focus group

  • Industrial

  • Interviews

  • Live streaming

  • Location shoot

  • Man-in-the-street interviews

  • Media training

  • Medical training

  • News gathering

  • Panel discussion

  • Political coverage

  • Presentation

  • Public relations

  • Red carpet

  • Sizzle reel

  • Sports

  • Surgery

  • Testimonials

  • Time-lapse video

  • Trade show

  • Video news release

  • Web conferencing


They’re great! We are a video production unit in Dublin, Ireland and needed help on the ground in Chicago. So we know the business and were very happy to find Production Craft. Great people, easy to work with and they know their business. Trust us, they do. Do not hesitate to use Production Craft.
— Stuart Fogarty, Stream About Video

Camera crew staffing

(listed alphabetically)


Audio technicians/Audio engineers

Audio operators that manage the nuts and bolts of mixing, recording, broadcasting, and live applications

HD camera operators/Cameramen/
ENG/EFP camera crews

Trained cameramen that use your equipment

Two-person camera crew

Knowledgeable cameramen with a good eye and an audio operator that can manage multiple audio sources

Directors of photography/

Highly skilled camerapersons who oversee camera and light crews working on the shoot, and are responsible for making artistic and technical decisions related to the production’s direction

Drone pilots/Drone crews

Operators of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) that capture footage from the air

Field producers

Producers that oversee the production of your story, working with a reporter and photographer to set up interviews, gather video and collect information


Steady hands that assist the cameraman with the right equipment for the job

Lighting directors

Create the lighting, atmosphere, and time of day for the production in response to the text, while keeping in mind issues of visibility, safety, and cost

Make-up artists

Trained make-up professionals that prepare talent for broadcast productions


Oversee the production of a video/film, and plan and coordinate aspects such as scripts, writing, directing and editing

Production assistants

Quick on their feet when handling duties around set and on location

Production services/Video production services/Editing & Production teams

Full-service pre- and post-production teams for planning, producing and editing video

Steadicam operators

Operators of Steadicams—which mechanically isolate the operator's movement, allowing for a smooth shot, even when the camera moves over an irregular surface

Sound technicians/Sound mixers/Recordists

Responsible for assembling, operating, and maintaining the technical equipment used to record, amplify, enhance, mix, or reproduce sound

Teleprompter operators

Upload scripts to a computer that's reflected near a camera lens, so talent can easily deliver their message