Over the years, we’ve become big fans of greenscreen backgrounds. They provide us with a great tool to make our stories more creative, entertaining, and cinematic.


Briefly, greenscreen refers to filming (or photographing) a subject in front of a green background. In editing, we take out the green background and replace it with another background (e.g. a picture of New York or footage from a sporting event). Our greenscreen work varies from simple sheet backgrounds for interviews to complex greenscreen soundstages for action sequences. Check out some pictures from our shoots and some completed greenscreen scenes


Jason Kachel

Jason Kachel grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. In 1997, he received his BA in psychology from Brown University. In 2002, he graduated from USC’s School of Cinema-Television with a Masters in Fine Arts.

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