Company Bio


Vibe Productions was founded early fall of 2007 by yours truly Jake Stutzman. Vibe does various video projects but focuses primarily on wedding video something I have been doing for several years since earning my BFA at Columbus College of Art and Design 2003. During my last year in school I was blessed to find video work for a company named Bihari Productions a small video production house that produced around 50 wedding videos a year. There I was privileged to work with film maker Mr. Bihari who taught me professional video making and film making techniques. I worked as an editor and cameraman there for a year plus and when the time came for change decided to move to California. While in Cali I also landed a job at a small events company who hired me on as an employee after my editing on a freelance project or two. Working there was a fantastic experience. After some time however I determined to come back to the Midwest and began freelance work at the PBS station WNIT. Running camera in the studio and field and being around television production helped me to refine old skills and grow my own style for producing video into a mix of formal technique & creative abandon. My philosophy in video and art is to keep learning and changing using experience and inspiration to make each project the  best it can be. Presently Vibe Productions plans to continue growing and serving Indianapolis and the greater Midwest area.

2 Comments

  1. Hi Jake. I found this message while searching for contact info on Jim Bihari. I knew him at Ohio State and was involved with his early film-making experience back in the 80’s. Do you know what Jim is doing now? I was hoping to find he was still in the wedding videos business, but can’t find a website. Thanks for any help. Carol Hommel (nee Ankenman)

    1. vibeproductions

      carol,

      Thanks for contacting me! Its great to hear from someone who knew Jim as well, he’s a great guy and was really devoted to helping people develop they’re gifts in the film/video business. So you helped Jim with his films? Cool, I saw a couple of them, they seemed classic bihari humor to me.

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