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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 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.
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.