Production Reel Early 2019

A lot has happened lately

and we wanted to put together some of our favorite clips from recent shoots to show you the stories we’ve been telling. Endless Film Production has grown a lot in the past year and we’re proud to present some truly awesome projects that have made a big difference. We traveled all over the client spectrum; from non-profits to hotels, hospitals and real estate, to plant and star timelapses. We are determined to learn more about the world through the client partnerships that we form so that our work can be as effective as possible in aiding them and the world. Our mission is to help good organizations spread their good ideas. What are yours?

Lifestyle Shoot @Fairview Shores Luxury Apartments


Fairview Shores are modern luxury residences with unobstructed western facing views to lake Union. They will be breaking ground to be built in 2019.


Agents Jay Kipp and Stephanie McMahon of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty came to us with a need to make a video that shows the lifestyle of the area around the future Fairview Shores complex. The video would need to cater to the higher end market of owners who may be either currently working and have a family, or who are recently retired business executives looking for a place to call home in the summer.


We focused on filming innovative businesses, up scale restaurants, and outdoor recreation activities in the area. One of our shooting sessions involved us getting on a friends boat to tour lake union so that we could capture sea planes, kayakers, and boaters. We also filmed the city skyline and surrounding parks like Gas Works, using a drone. The result is an effective and entertaining video that has brought interest in buying not only the apartments themselves, but the surrounding Seattle city lifestyle.

The Arc of King County - Helping Families Navigate Disability


“The Arc of King County advocates for the rights of children and adults with developmental disabilities to live, work, and play in the community - improving the quality of life for all of us.” Over 1,000 families connected with the Arc last year through information and referrals.


The Arc came to us wanting to make a video that showed the story of Marcus, Shayla, Noah, Israel, and how they have been able to use the resources of The Arc to improve and support their family.

Shayla and Marcus are the parents of Noah and Israel. Noah was diagnosed 20 days after birth with bilateral vocal chord paralysis which necessitated him having a tracheostomy, and Noah was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Both of the boys are full of energy and love to play like all other kids. Shayla and Marcus face extra hardship having two children with special needs, though their positive attitudes hardly show it. They found The Arc a few years ago and since have taken advantage of their Parent to Parent program, education navigation tools, and advocacy opportunities.


The story we wanted to tell revolved around three main points: The personal journey of the family, the Parent to Parent program that The Arc offers, and the advocacy opportunities they encourage. We captured this through a mix of interview and b-roll footage in different locations.

While Shayla was an excellent story teller, the kids were perfect b-roll subjects. It was also important to film them together and show that they are a strong family unit in order to link that association to the Ark.

One fun and important aspect to our shooting plan was traveling to Olympia, WA with the family and filming them in the Capitol building to really get a sense of their commitment to advocacy because of The Arc.

The story we put together gives a very powerful sense of how The Arc of King Country is able to support families in need. Yet more important than just telling the story was that we become friends with Shayla, Marcus, Noah, and Israel, and it showed in the quality of shots we got with them.

This video premiered at The Arc’s annual Legacy Gala and received a standing ovation.

Children's Museum of Tacoma - Champions for Play


The Children’s Museum of Tacoma is a place where kids can be kids. Their education programs and exhibits have been hailed as a cornerstone for early learning and their mission serves to honor children and champion play.


CMT asked for our help to tell the story of their partnership with Mary Bridge Children’s hospital. CMT has created what they call “CMT Cares kits” that contain toys and games for kids experiencing sickness at Mary Bridge. The kits give kids a much needed break from the mundane life of hospital stay and help remind them that they can have fun and dream big no matter what circumstance they face.


To tell this story, we interviewed four key characters: Rowen (the star), Francine (Rowen’s mother), Jesse (Child Life Specialist at Mary Bridge), and Alyssa (CMT Learning Experiences Director) along with capturing b-roll at each location to give viewers a sense of who these people are and how they help to tell the story. Most importantly though, we told the story of Rowen and how he embodies the spirit of play that CMT strives to foster. In the end, we created a video that tells how two different organizations can come together to reach a common goal. In this case, to better the lives of our most important assets, our kids.