Last year while reading one of my favorite authors, Seth Godin, I came across this statement:
“Start Something. Figure it out. Connect. Make the call. Ask. Learn. Repeat. Risk It.”
I’ve always loved photography, but it was when I discovered production a few years ago that a whole new world opened up to me professionally. And reading this quote encouraged me I’d found something worth fighting for. However, it wasn’t until I was able to articulate my own vision and philosophy about production that I fully understood how well suited it was to my personality and my skills.
The root of that vision and philosophy? I started GHP with the passion and belief that great production is done with a blending of logistics and hospitality.
Grey House Productions is a name born out of my desire to have meaning and significance about what kind of company I wanted to start.
In my bio you can read about the work ethic required when growing up a farm. About how I had my first experience of that melding of logistics and hospitality when that farm became a bustling campground. And how, through mentorship and vision, I can take these foundational truths in my life to form a production company I am proud of.
So as a child encouraged to dream big by her parents, I grew up in this grey house (Photograph by American Views. August 5th, 2013).
And all that time I was dreaming big, I was also developing the work ethic, values, and personal commitment needed to bring you Grey House Production.