IT ALL STARTED WHEN...
Caleb left a startup to run his production company full-time in 2014. At first he worked mainly with other software startups and creative entrepreneurs to film courses, YouTube videos, live events, interviews, and create documentary stories.
Tim started picking up editing work from Caleb as the clients kept coming in and then he eventually started working full-time with the company in 2015.
Christy joined the team in 2017 as the team's producer to keep projects on schedule, communicate and coordinate with clients, and keep our virtual team on track.
Caleb's wife Jen also brings her talents as a wedding & portrait photographer to client projects, specializing in lighting, styling, and crafting the best image in camera.
Caleb Wojcik // Director & DP
Caleb Wojcik has been making videos for over a decade. In that time he has filmed the National Hockey League, Major League Baseball, NCAA basketball & football, weddings, commercials, book trailers, and plenty of training videos for the web.
When he isn't filming for clients, he is teaching filmmaking and video production at DIYVideoGuy.com.
While he prefers to stay in sunny San Diego, he flies all over the world to film projects. He also reads business books for fun. (Getting his MBA messed up his definition of "fun" I guess.)
If Caleb was a movie, he'd be Inception. So many layers. Like an onion.
Tim KRUPA // Editor
Tim began working as a freelance editor after college to fund his rock climbing trips. Enjoying the work, Tim took the opportunity to work full time with CWF in 2015.
While editing, coloring and enhancing audio, Tim generally works within the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, but also utilizes DaVinci Resolve, REDCINE-X and a few choice plugins. Tim enjoys working at CWF because projects are constantly changing and new challenges are always presented; plus, the team kicks ass.
If Tim was a river, he’d flow west. Naturally. Ocean bound, you know?
JEN WOJCIK // Photographer
As an Art History major in college, Jen lived in Rome studying the Renaissance and Baroque periods. She loved Art History because it was about preserving people and their stories from long ago. People want to be remembered and she was fascinated by the mediums and lengths they would go to in order to do so.
In 2011, she started a wedding and portrait photography business in San Diego, specializing in shooting film (yeah, the kind you have to mail to the lab and wait to see if you messed it all up).
If Jen was a cuisine, she'd be Mexican food. Extra guac. Or Italian. Extra gnocchi.
Let's Work Together
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If that's you, we'd love to hear from you.