Bob House and Brad Johnson began working together over 25 years ago. Bob was a freelance copywriter and Brad operated his own studio. Their early work together was producing radio spots for Bob’s various clients. From producing radio spots they moved on to producing television commercials and videos. With Brad’s documentary and cinematography experience and Bob’s writing and producing experience the two make a dynamic creative team. The result is an award winning documentary that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and interests.
Bob is an award winning writer and native of Minnesota. And now he adds the award winning documentary, A New Path for the Serengeti, to his list of accomplishments.
Bob spent his entire professional career working in advertising as a writer, producer and marketing director. He wrote and produced print, radio and television ads, and videos for a variety of clients including TCF Bank, 3M, NorthStar Ice, Edina Realty, and many Indian-owned casinos for more than 30 years. Bob also wrote and produced a play set in a radio station during the early days of World War II that has played in several venues.
In writing and producing this documentary he used all the his years of experience writing and producing broadcast advertising and videos which are basically mini-documentaries to write and produce this full-length documentary, A New Path for the Serengeti.
Brad is an award winning cinematographer and native Minnesota. One of his latest film projects was the documentary “American Indian Homelands.” Brad has spent more than 25 years operating his own production studio producing television and radio ads, and videos for such clients as McDonald’s, Best Buy, Polaris and many Indian-owned casinos. He has also worked as an audio engineer for hundreds of albums and demos, including work for such artists as Prince, Paula Abdul and the Steve Miller Band. Besides operating his own studio, he also teaches broadcasting technology at Northwestern College and serves as NWC’s Broadcast Technician maintaining WVOE FM and NWC7 TV studios. Brad will serve as lead cinematographer and co-director of A New Path for the Serengeti.