Tabletop Productions provides video production and digital imagery for broadcast, industrial, and educational organizations.

Learn more about what we do on our services and about pages. Check out our client list to see who we've worked for, look below to see what we've been working on lately, and our video projects page to see what we've done in the past. Be sure to contact us with any questions.

Latest Projects:

October 2015 - We just wrapped up a photo shoot featuring woodworker, Nancy Hiller for Old House Journal.

This summer we produced a promotional video for Ivy Tech Community College's Global Learning Program.

The next large documentary project in the works is a look into the history of rail in the midwest.

Outside of working on these projects, Jim has been filling the free spaces with teaching, photo shoots, sailing, and music.

Past Projects:

In November 2014 our show, Indiana Motoring: Concours d'Elegance at French Lick premiered on WTIU. Jim Krause wrote, directed, produced and edited the program, which is aired throughout December as part of their membership campaign.

Earlier in 2014 we updated an informational video for IU's Chinese Flagship Program and shot two feature stories for Bloom Magazine: Literary Lights featured some of our prominant local writers and Oh the Delights You'll Find at the Lilly Library was on some of the rare treasures housed at the Lilly Library.

2013 - The documentary, Spirit of Brown County premiered in March on WTIU and aired numerous times throughout the month. Written and produced by Jim Krause, the hour long documentary explores the art, history, and culture that developed out of the rugged and beautiful landscape of Brown County, Indiana.

Highlights include a tour of the House of the Singing Winds (Artist, TC Steele's residence near Belmont), gold prospecting in Gatesville, a visit to the Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival in Bean Blossom, out on patrol with the Sheriff's Department, and interviews with more than 20 key Brown County residents. The program features music by Kara Barnard, the White Lightning Boys, and Krista Detor. Michael White provided the narration. Here's a nice write-up on Jim Krause and the Brown County documentary project in the Magazine INto Art. THe project is also mentioend in the March/April magazine Our Brown County.


Interested inseeing more samples of work? Visit our video projects page.