Bob Carmichael – Director / Producer / Photographer
Creativity in any Environment
Bob Carmichael is a veteran director, cinematographer, photographer, and producer. He has an Academy Award nomination and a national Emmy Award. He has been recognized by the International Color Awards with nine nominations for his work in nature, sports, and advertising still images. He and his company won seven Silver Telly Awards for his novel photoGRAPHICvideo technique. Carmichael is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild (Local 600) and the Directors Guild of America (DGA). Bob is a former Division One college athlete. Carmichael’s 1983 Emmy Award-winning football expose film can be seen on the Concussion Legacy Foundation website under Football in America. He is producing a documentary cable series on American football.
Carmichael is an action director with deep roots in adventure filmmaking. In 1972 he produced and directed the first nationally televised rock climbing film telecast on CBS Sports. His documentary adventure work involved National Geographic, HBO, Real People, 60 Minutes, 20/20, and PBS. Carmichael began working as a contract commercial director for Fairbanks Films, Paramount Images, Dream Quest Images, and eventually his own company Carmichael Productions, Inc. Carmichael is an expert in filming conventional sports having been a staff director at NFL Films. He also is known for his expertise in filming skiing, automotive sports, marine environments, climbing, and aerial sequences. He directed action spots for Sprite, Molsen Lite, Walt Disney World, Seaworld, Hawaii Tourism, Mexico Tourism, Oklahoma Tourism, Virgin Island Tourism, EA Sports, Mild Seven, Cadillac, Ford, Reebok, US Marines, Bayer Aspirin, Smuckers, Adidas Men’s Cologne, USA Cycling, Kawasaki and Sea.Doo. He also directed an HFR 70mm special venue film for the Daytona Speedway that featured 24 cameras covering the Daytona 500. He has directed several feature 2nd units for such films as Star Trek V, Navy Seals, and First Wives Club. He was director of photography under Director Taylor Hackford on Queens Logic filmed on the Hell’s Gate Bridge. He is also skilled as a director of on-camera talent whether they are trained actors or real people. Carmichael lives in Boulder, CO.
Doug Millington – Executive Producer / Line Producer / Production Manager
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Doug Millington brings more than 25 years of entertainment industry experience to his producer role. He has been producing for Carmichael Productions, Inc. since 1993. Doug brings a long history of accurate bidding and logistic analysis to each project he supervises. He is an experienced outdoorsman and an expert in production in a diverse range of environments. His professional experience includes large-format films, commercials, network television, documentaries, theme park attractions, still photography production, web production as well as non-broadcast productions. He has worked with all the major studios in Los Angeles and on numerous locations around the globe. His large-format experience includes working with two-time Oscar-winning Swiss Director Ernst Heiniger and Swissorama A.G. in Zurich on the film Impressions of Switzerland film with Iwerks/Imagine 360. He also line-produced for Dream Quest Images/Disney on the film Sony Wonder and the Daytona USA. Both films were directed by Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated Director Bob Carmichael. Production credits/client list includes ABC, CBC, CBS, Disney, ESPN, Lorimar, National Geographic Channel, OLN, The WB, Dream Quest, Imagine 360, Iwerks Entertainment, Swissorama, Ackerman McQueen, Ammirati, Barnhart-CMI, Bozell, Cramer-Krasselt, DDB-Needham, Foote Cone Belding, GSD&M, Harris Drury Cohen, Integer Group, JWT, Keller Crescent, Leo Burnett, Periscope, Saatchi, The Richards Group, Weiden+Kennedy, Vitro Robertson, WPA, Anheuser Busch, AT&T, Arabian Horse Association, Bombardier, Burger King, CH2M-Hill, Chrysler, Coke USA, Coors-Molson, Busch Gardens, Ford, GM, Hasbro, IBM, Kawasaki, Microsoft, Merrill Lynch, Miller-Boyett, National MS Society, Newmont Minerals, Sea-World, Six Flags, United States Marine Corps, United States Park Service, US West/Qwest, and Yamaha.