Our creative videographers and producers create professional, high quality marketing and promotional videos for campus units.
Videos effectively tell your story to key audiences, from prospective students to peers at other institutions. Repurpose to Youtube, campus social media, and the UI-7 Cable TV channel to further your brands.
- Promotional Videos
Reach primary audiences, from prospective students to peers at other institutions.
- Campuswide Marketing Videos
Whether a national halftime spot or a sesquicentennial video, we are masters at the Illinois brand.
- Research Demonstrations
Satisfy a grant requirement or spruce up a research paper.
- Event Coverage
We provide multiple cameras and a short summation video to produce high-quality, interesting coverage pieces.
- Stock Footage & Web Backgrounds
Professionally shot, high-quality stock footage is available to campus units for videos and HTML5 website backgrounds.
- Music Beds
Through our FirstCom contract, we offer a large catalog of copyrighted music for use in campus promotional videos. Due to contract restrictions, we’ve set the following limitations:
- FirstCom music beds may be used on any productions created by Video Services.
- Music that has previously been downloaded for use in other projects are archived and may provide you with other options.
For information on FirstCom music beds and to start browsing music selections from your desktop, contact Anne Lukeman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We help you capture it.
Who We Are
E. Todd Wilson
Director of Video Services
As Director of Special Projects in Public Affairs, E. Todd Wilson oversees Video Services, as well as the campus’s cable TV channel (UI-7) and the producers of Big Ten Network non-athletic programming for this campus. Other current duties include management of content on the campus homepage and assisting campus units with Webtools, such as the online directory, A-Z list, and calendars. He welcomes the opportunity to work with you to create very high quality campus videos at below-market costs.
Anne Lukeman is a producer, director, and editor, and has been making movies in Champaign-Urbana since her college days. One of the founders of the Pens to Lens students screenwriting competition, she is active in the local independent filmmaking community. In her spare time, she enjoys tabletop gaming, gardening, and binge-watching television shows on Netflix.
Andrew Gleason is a director, cinematographer, editor, producer and coordinator of UI-7, who loves creating and watching movies. He is an active member in the local film community, creating films and volunteering for Pens to Lens, the Champaign-Urbana Film Society, and Champaign Movie Makers. When he isn’t making movies, he is spending time sharing his love for movies with his two children, Eva and Liam.