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about

Joe Winston

Joe Winston

Ow Myeye Productions, Inc. was founded by Joe Winston in 1995. A native Chicagoan, Joe has been working in video production since 1990.

As an Emmy-nominated video editor, his clients include Harpo, Warner Brothers,  Robert Greenwald Productions,  Cinema Libre, Media Process Group, One World, Mr. Big, Kurtis and Towers Productions.

He has also produced a number of independent projects, including award-winning documentaries on the Burning Man Festival, and the TV series This Week in Joe's Basement. He also collaborated with the Sweat Girls on The Motherlode, a theater production which tours periodically.

Joe’s most recent documentary feature – which Laura Cohen co-produced – is What’s the Matter with Kansas? due out later in 2009.

Laura Cohen

Laura Cohen

Laura has been working in film and television since 1994, and joined Ow Myeye Productions in 2007. She has evolved a rare combination of skills, both in production design and documentary film production.

Her clients include Kurtis Productions, Superior Street, Getty Images, Young & Rubicam, Resolution Digital Studios, and Outsider, Inc.

Most recently, she co-produced What’s the Matter with Kansas? with Joe.

Facilities

Ow Myeye Productions specializes in documentary and documentary-style production for broadcast, corporate and not-for-profit clients. We have a fully HD edit suite with a comfortable space for clients.  We can also edit at your facility, on any system or platform.  We’re also affiliated with veteran production crews for documentary and verité style shooting.