10 Years of Buck Ross
Feb 20th, 2020 IN thoughts

10 Years ago today…

We were on our very first production. Whew! Time flies. As Buck Ross celebrates 10 years of business we wanted to think back to our beginning. This TV8 series following the Beaver Creek Ski Patrol for Vail Resorts was where it all began for us and we want to thank everyone that was there at the start for their encouragement and support. We wouldn’t be here today without you.

And a big thank you to all of our collaborators and clients over the past 10 years. It’s been an absolute pleasure & honor working with you all. Here’s to 10 more great years together. Thank you!

Watch where it all started here.

Caffeinated Mornings
May 31st, 2018 IN thoughts

Excited about speaking at tomorrow morning's event!

"If you’ve ever told a story, you know you need some reference to draw from, to make that story relatable and convincing. Experiences, memories, facts, opinions, humorous moments and gut wrenching details are all the keys to a good story. But for some of us… how we acquire these tools to do what we do, so we can tell the stories we tell, can come to us in many ways, forms and experiences.

Join us for a conversation with film maker, director and producer, Ryan Ross for look at the inspiration and experiences that power the work he and his team create at Buck Ross. This will be a lively talk with selected personal work and commercial projects.”

Film Books
Feb 5th, 2018 IN thoughts


We've got some fun projects in post production right now and instead of watching the progress bar we've been on a real film book kick. Whether it's story, acting, scriptwriting, or just fun quotes; here are some of our favorites so far.

Story Master
Feb 3rd, 2014 IN thoughts

Ira Glass and his radio program, This American Life, tell excellent stories. And, while these videos seem based on the act of telling a good story, we think if you do any type of creative work you will probably enjoy this series of 4 short videos. Thanks Ira.

What the World Needs?
Jul 12th, 2011 IN thoughts

I recently heard someone say, "What the World Needs is More Creativity!"
Not to be preachy or a wannabe scholar, but here's what that question made me think about.

Creativity often results from situations where one is actually forced to act on their feet and come up with creative, novel solutions in order to succeed or survive. Take someone stranded on a deserted island for example. Well, in our current world of convenience and comfort not a lot of people willingly place themselves in these kinds of situations. Whether it's a product of laziness, a fear of failure, or insecurity; a lot of people greatly avoid the pressures of having to be creative because frankly they don't have to. They can get by without it. As a result we wind up copying and slightly altering the results of the few brave people who have made a leap to be truly creative. So often the progression of things is greatly slowed because so many people aren't willing to put themselves out there. They just want to stick with what works or what kinda works cause it's easier, because they can still survive that way.

So, while it's probably not the only thing the world needs, I'm sure some more creativity wouldn't hurt.