Get to know your favorite spots around town straight from the source in this original web series that showcases local bars, restaurants and everything art and in between. Each episode will feature Portland locals as they experience life in your neighborhood and report back with all the good, bad and juicy details.
This is a passion project and open love letter to Portland.
Last fall, whilst sipping bourbon at one of my favorite spots around town, I had a conversation with the bartender that would set the course for the future of PDX360. I told him he would be featured on the first episode of my show, and now one year later, with limited means and the support of a talented crew, the taping of our pilot episode began at Branch Whiskey.
In order to bring the best of Portland to you we need your help to complete the first season, seven episodes and to reach our goal of $56K. As a thank you we will release the bonus episode “Stripped” – yes, it is as exciting as it sounds and you will want to see it!
Donations of $1 ore more will be matched with perks; contributions of $100 or more will be paired with prized original works from talented artists and insider behind the scenes access
Total Project Cost: ~$56,000+
Pre-production & Post-production Costs
· Producers & On-site Assistance
· Script Writing
· Regional Transit
· Video Editing
· Sound Design
· Music Licensing
Local Portland talent will be recruited to shoot and produce the series. And they must be taken care of, only the best for the best!
Production equipment rentals (cameras, lenses, lights, sound equipment etc.)
Team PDX 360 truly believes in every aspect of this project and everything it brings to the community.
Meet the Team
Julia Anderson- The Photographer
After I snapped the first photo of food, I felt “full” in away that food had never made me feel before. I have noticed in every house, conversations tend to revolve around the kitchen table whether it is over snacks, drinks or simply hanging out while someone is cooking a meal. It is the perfect social setting. It seems as though everyone can relate to food one way or another, no matter his or her culture or upbringing. My shooting process tends to mimic the way I cook in the kitchen, sort of a controlled chaos. I do my best to style and present my subject in a way that is pleasing all while letting whatever happens naturally fall into place on its own.
“From the moment we met I knew there was food chemistry and every photo thereafter tells the story.” -TerriSee Julia's food story in the updates
Stuart Doty - Director of Photography/Editor
“A true perfectionist, that makes every frame beautiful.” –Terri
Chris Smith -Camera Operator
“He’s the wildcard and gets the down and dirty shots.” -Terri
Erik Wallin- Assistant Director/ Gaffer
I am a graduate of the Art Institute of Portland and I am a
filmmaker. I have been living in the Portland, OR area for the past 8 years. I
have always striven to tell a good story, whether that is through visual
storytelling or vocal storytelling. The past few years I have been working
within the camera departments, Grip and Electric departments, as well as
Assistant Directing on commercials, short films and feature length films.
"He makes light set-ups a breeze, keeps us on schedule, as any great AD should and plays the tunes to keep us motivated. " - Terri
Joel Fazio- Soundmixer/ Boom Operator
“He makes all the sizzles and pops on screen sound good.” -TerriTerri Walker- Host/ Producer
Learning to make cookies with my aunt Debra at the age of seven set the stage for what has become a lifelong love affair with food. PDX 360 combines my love of food and filmmaking. This show fills an important niche in highlighting local business’ and what going on in and around town. I heart Portland and love Oregon, Please support this project.
"Without imagination we can go nowhere. And imagination is not restricted to the arts. Every scientist I have met who has been a success has had to imagine. "
to all for your help & support!
Special thanks to the following for helping launch this indiegogo campaign:
PDX 360 Crew, The Art Institute of Portland, , Imago Theatre, Portland Center Stage, Body Vox, Aladdin Theatre, TMK1 Studios, J. Slattum ,Shiree Gilmore Mark Kooy , Alexandra Petersen , Nicholas Nelson , Pattie Palmer Baker, IInternational Singer Abigail Press, Branch Whiskey bar, The East Burn, Garnish Apparel Designer Erica Lurie , International Hair Stylist David Yu of Prima Salonn, international Stylist Navae Fiona of Solomon Artistry, Portland Fashion Week Beauty Director Abibat Durosimi and Portland Fashion Week Photographer Mark Daniel Muzzy.