Since 1982, Executive Productions Seattle has been helping our clients craft and deliver their stories to their audience. From the early days of film and slides to today's digital technologies, our team has produced creative, cost effective and award-winning videos and presentations nationwide.

Donor Recognition Systems

EPS has integrated the power of video to create a unique series of digital donor recognition systems that can be combined with traditional donor walls or stand alone. Systems are monitored on line and content (names, videos, special events) can be updated wirelessly as needed.

Recent Installation

EPS digital donor recognition systems take up less than 1/2 the wall space required for traditional plaque based displays and are available in a variety of configurations.   Smartphone interactivity encourages instant on line giving.    Click here to Watch the video to see how it works.

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Multimedia Production

EPS has been producing award-winning multimedia for years. We also shine at incorporating technology...delivering your message through interactive touchscreens, iPads, large format displays, PowerPoint presentations and live events. Check out our some of our videos on Youtube or photo albums on Picassa.

Edwin Carter “Log Cabin Naturalist”


Edwin Carter  (1830  -1900) was an enigma.   His Breckenridge, Colorado log cabin museum built in 1875 survives in excellent condition and was recently renovated by our partner firm,  Exhibit Design Associates.   EPS worked the EDA team to produce a creative award-winning video on Edwin’s life that is shown in the museum.  This short trailer gives some insight into his life and work.

Touchscreens & Displays

EPS Interactive touchscreehs are available in a variety of sizes and formats including the popular iPad as well as larger touchscreen displays... sometimes simple pressure activated sensors are all that is needed. EPS has years of experience producing creative interactive content for clients nationwide.

New Touchscreen for Petroglyph

Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque, New Mexico recently installed an EPS interactive touchscreen in their visitor center.   On a busy day when hundreds of visitors descend on this tiny facility, things get a bit hectic and the staff can be overwhelmed.   The touchscreen assists by providing answers to many common questions and includes handicapped versions of the orientation video.    To see a video on how it works  Click Here.    For more photos, view gallery or  view folder on Picasa.

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“Smartphone-Style” Kiosk

The new “Smartphone-Style” touchscreen Kiosk, available on GSA,  is portable and versatile.  The Army Corps of Engineers recently ordered 6 units for the Chittenden Locks in Seattle.  The portable kiosks will provide visitor interpretation at various locations at the “Locks” while renovating the facilities for the upcoming 2017 Centennial Celebration.    To see a video on how it works…  Click here



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