Since 1999, Pier Productions has been creating entertainment content for all ages.
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Pier Productions is an Orlando based, small independent and creative company that specializes in quality over quantity.
Formed in 1999, Pier Productions has produced a wide scope of video and interactive projects from Star Wars Weekends for the Walt Disney Company and Lucasfilm, to a promotional campaign for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, to the marriage of 2D and 3D animation with live action for a Brooks and Dunn music video. We are creative individuals who pride ourselves on not cutting corners when it comes to meeting the client’s needs. We are all driven by a shared passion and love for the industry and pride in our work.
Our diversity and knowledge of film and video production allows us to utilize a wide range of storytelling tools and various mediums from animation, to High Definition video, to film, to the internet.
The goal is to not be bound by constraints but instead to allow the creative process to drive the production to its ultimate success.
Feel free to explore the website where you can learn more about us and what we can do for you. Then, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call us at 407/234-3568, and we’ll get to work on the project of your choice.
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We are a small team that mostly utilizes the deep and talented well of freelancers that Central Florida has to offer.
Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Beth Schultz is a video writer and producer living in Orlando, Florida with her equally creative husband and 2 children. Beth has produced many projects in her impressive career, from a commercial that aired during the Super Bowl to a Tupperware welcome center to, more recently, a children’s book. She has worked with many clients including Walt Disney Imagineering, Tupperware, Primerica, and Disney Cruise Line.
Christopher E. Weed
Born in Clearwater, Florida, Christopher Weed has always felt a calling to dramatic storytelling. Growing up during the age of the emerging blockbuster, he was heavily influenced by the summer offerings of Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, James Cameron and Walt Disney. From animated offerings like “The Fox in the Hound”, to more adult films like “Aliens” and “Back to the Future”. Christopher seemed compelled to view and study the films of the seventies and eighties. In 1977, the groundbreaking and revolutionary film “Star Wars” altered the film landscape and placed Christopher firmly on the path towards a career in the film and television industry.