Whether narrowly escaping killer bees in the Mojave Desert, searching for whale sharks in the Caribbean or braving alpine blizzards in the Rockies, CSI is an award-winning production company with 25 years of shooting outdoor themed films. Working successfully with government agencies, we’ve created films educating people about the history and transformation of public lands as well as the protection of America’s cultural resources. CSI's goal on every project is to exceed expectations and have fun doing it.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
The pillars of our project management start with a premier production team selected to address the unique characteristic of each project. These pillars of management and oversight of our projects include:
Pillar #1 – Our teams are built with seasoned professionals who all have unique creative capabilities to impact the images and story development.
Pillar #2 – We resource each project to be extremely adaptable to the demands of field production to best achieve the most powerful images. In some cases this means being a lean team with the ability to move quickly and deal with anything that Mother Nature delivers.
Pillar #3 – Our technical management insures top quality in all aspects of the production from field image management to editing.
Pillar #4 – Our overall project management insures staffing, logistics, budget oversight, clear communication, and documentation of the key benchmarks of the project.
What We've Achieved
Winner of the Society for American Archaeology Film Festival.
- Two-time winner of Best Documentary and Best Public Relations/Educational Program at the 2011 National Association of Government Communicators Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards.
- Finalist in the E. Desmond Lee Africa World Documentaries Film Festival for 2011. Shown at the Missouri History Museum, St. Louis, Cave Hill, Barbados and Yaounde, Cameroon.