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As a creative content developer, I collaborate with artists, experts, educators, and non-profit organizations to create unique, informative, educational and artistic media suited to the vision and aspiration of clients. My experience includes collaborating with remarkable individuals and institutions (representing a broad spectrum of subjects and professional expertise) on projects that result in diverse types of media, including educational courses, newsletters, promotional videos, podcasts, musical albums, documentaries and other forms. I align myself with programs and causes that I care passionately about so that I can always put my heart into my work. Along with knowing that clients are pleased with finished content, one of the most gratifying feelings comes when the content has the intended effect on the audience. To achieve this, I offer a broad range of creative, technical and support services.
Now accepting new clients for videography, photography and editing services.
Creative Content Development
Journalistic & Promotional Film Making
Videography & Video Editing
Photography & Photo Editing
Audio Recording, Mixing & Editing
“His personal qualities such as his ability to communicate, his ability to think outside the box, his unrivaled reliability, his ability to be completely self motivated, and so many more are aspects of what makes him such a special friend, and valuable co-worker.”
-Ryan Erikson, Fairbanks Farms
“He is an extremely bright and talented individual who approaches his… responsibilities with a commitment to the kind of rigorous exploration and examination that I have seldom witnessed…
[He] is energetic, intelligent, and learns quickly. He is unflinching when taking on new challenges, has the ability to undertake penetrating conceptual and strategic analyses, and has an unmistakable commitment to Indigenous Peoples.”
-Dr. Cornel Pewewardy: Professor & Recipient of Native American Teacher of the Year Award
“Thank you, Rick Rülf of Space Cave Recording Arts, for your expertise and patience behind the engineering mastery and cultivation of the Life Drum Project. Professional state of the art equipment was only outweighed by your dedication and willingness to help me create something beautiful. I think that is a very important and powerful trait that every artist searches for. Thank you for believing in me.”
-Valentine Haddix, Musician
Community Supported Shelters is expanding, building 170 shelters for homeless displaced and homeless people at multiple new sites throughout the city of Eugene, Oregon. This humanitarian mission is made possible by the tremendous effort of volunteers and donors.
This excerpt from, "When We Go Into the Dark," was created for a special event intended to raise awareness about the incredible world-class qualities of the dark sky over central Oregon and other places in North America. The event was endorsed by leading scientists, including Richard Berry (former Editor and Chief of Astronomy Magazine), Todd Kendall (Director of OMSI's Kendall Planetarium), and Dawn Nilson (head of the International Dark Sky Association Oregon Chapter).
In part one of this educational documentary series, visit one of the darkest places on the North American continent as artists and scientists gather to honor the dark sky legacy of the region and ask questions about how to protect it for generations to come. A visually stunning piece featuring experts in diverse fields, including astronomy, astrophotography, history, art, music and poetry.
Please enjoy this brief trailer featuring the voice of renowned Star Lore Historian, Mary Stewart Adams.
Experts share practical and inspirational experiences in arts and sciences applied for the benefit humanity and the environment. Created by Chelsea Peil and Rick Rülf.