James Heltz and Stephen Mease
James Heltz and Green Mountain Video, Inc, Williston, Vt.
Green Mountain Video (GMV) is an award-winning digital media production and post-production company, established in 1983. For nearly 30 years, Jim has been creating visual media for non-profits, corporations, state government, broadcasters and educators. He specializes in documentaries, public service announcements, marketing tools, educational films, training tools and broadcast materials. Jim is also the co-inventor of the Tommytrack, a tripod-based camera for the film and video industry.
His clients range from Fletcher Allen Health Care, The Discovery Channel, NBC’s The Today Show, Children’s Miracle Network, United Way of Chittenden County, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Wake Robin, A &E Biography, Champlain College, Rachel Ray, CNN, and numerous other organizations, news media and businesses and non-profits.
Among the awards to Green Mountain Video and Jim Heltz:
- 2010 N.E. Cable Television Association - Excellence in Cable Programming - Champlain Quadricentennial
- 2010 N.E. Cable Television Association - Excellence in Cable Programming - Spiderweb Farm.
- 2006 VT Association of Broadcasters - Second Place - Women and Heart Disease
- 2006 Palettes of Vermont film, Opening exhibit - Vermont Humanities.
- 2004 Lamplight Awards - N.E. Hospital Association - First Place - The Story of Mary Fletcher Hospital
- 2002 United Way of America - Special Event Award - United Way of Chittenden County video.
- 2001 United Way of America - Best of Brand Campaign Award - Annual Campaign video.
- 1998, 1997, 1996 Lamplight Awards - N.E. Hospital Association - First Place/ Best of Show
- 1995, 1994 Pegasus Award
- 1992 American Association for State & Local History - Commendation - Williston: A Community Portrait
Learn more at http://www.greenmountainvideo.com/
Jim's YouTube page: http://www.youtube.com/greenmountainvideo
Stephen Mease is a long-time journalist, photographer and public relations specialist with more than 35 years of experience as an editor, reporter, columnist and photographer. After a 20-year career in newspapers, Mease has been working as an award-winning communications director for United Way of Chittenden County, Champlain Valley Exposition and Champlain College, where he now works as the Public Information and News Director for the Burlington-based college. He wrote a profile of Williston on the cusp of change for Vermont Life magazine in Spring 1994. He has lived in North Williston since 1986.
Steve is a successful freelance photographer, focusing on community-based events and organizations such as Lyric Theatre, Lake Champlain Maritime Festival, KeyBank Vermont City Marathon, First Night Burlington, State of Vermont Tourism, South End Art Hop and others.
Learn more at http://stevemease.wix.com/stevemeasephoto#!home/mainPage
Visit Steve's photo blog - Picture This: http://smeasephotos.blogspot.com/