Chip Kuhn

Senior Videographer

Chip has been working in the television industry for 30 years.  Starting as an associate and then senior producer for documentaries for broadcast and cable stations, Chip has worked just about every job imaginable behind the camera.

As the industry quickly moved from long-form documentaries to “Reality TV,” Chip made the jump to other areas that interest him.  He worked for many science clients, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the American Chemical Society (ACS), the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), and many agricultural, health, and innovative industrial companies and organizations.

Chip works primarily as a videographer and editor but is always happy to revive his producer/ writer abilities to help out a client.

Chip has a keen interest in technology that makes storytelling better and easier.  He is always searching for the next piece of equipment that will improve the experience of anyone in front of the camera and everyone monitoring the editing and graphics design from wherever they reside.

Chip spends a fair amount of his time working live events too.  Figuring that he gets a great view of many talks, lectures, and announcements, he can often be the most informed on the latest advancements in science and technology.  With advances in webcasting applications and equipment and the growing need for companies and organizations to promote their interests, Chip has created high-quality multi-camera webcasts on almost every platform available.

In his free time, Chip loves to travel.  He has been around the world for work and pleasure.  He loves meeting new people and learning about cultures that are new to him.  When at home in Washington, DC, he can often be found in the amazing museums that highlight the city.