While growing up in the outdoors of Northern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Chief Videographer James Netz acquired a deep appreciation for the grandeur of the natural world. This is where he learned the patience required to sit noiselessly in cold, heat, and bugs waiting for the perfect shot. These many years of photographing the players on this outdoor stage is your ticket to an intimate view of wildlife in its own world.
Lake Associations, Friends Groups, Wildlife Museums and Environmental Organizations can take advantage of Jim’s long association with the outdoors to clarify their missions and the impact they’re having on the preservation of our natural world. Video has become a major element in museums’ educational programs and displays. Lake and river associations use video to demonstrate ecological systems, project successes, and fundraising.