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After working several years in various aspects of the video production business, Greg Coon launched Eyecon Video Productions in the Spring of 1991 in Dallas, Texas. A large contract gave him the resources to begin putting together a true full-service video production company.
One of the largest projects Eyecon Video has produced is a quarterly video newsmagazine for Caltex Corporation of Irving, Texas. He produced this video newsmagazine for the 16,000 Caltex employees and shareholders worldwide.
In addition to the Caltex Video Magazine project, Eyecon Video provided Caltex with all of its corporate video needs. Click here to see the Telly and Communicator Awards won for a Caltex Video Project. See the award-winning rebranding video.
In the Spring of 1995, Eyecon Video purchased the Media 100, a digital on-line, non-linear video editing system. The Media 100 produces broadcast quality video images with the ability to edit digitally, allowing edit changes to be made anywhere in the program at any time without affecting the rest of the program. In November 2000, an additional editing computer was purchased to assist with graphics and compression. In 2004, Eyecon purchased a new high-end Final Cut Pro edit system plus a laptop editor to manage the increased demands of their clients.
Greg also purchased a complete package of EFP (Electronic Field Production) gear in 1995 including a Sony Betacam SP broadcast camera, lights, microphones and support gear. In 2000, a second Sony DVCAM / Betacam SP digital camera was purchased. In 2003, Eyecon Video purchased a third Sony DVCAM/ Betacam SP digital camera to fulfill the needs of his clients. In 2004, to manage the production of a large contract, Eyecon Video purchased a fourth digital camera package. In 2005, Eyecon Video Productions achieved the pinnacle of video production quality by purchasing Panasonic's Varicam High Definition camera and edit system. (Why HD?).
The Dallas/Fort Worth CBS affiliate, CBS-11, uses Eyecon Video Productions for many of it's special projects, commercial production, campaigns and PSAs. Pictures, Awards , See Commercials
CBS-11's sister station KTXA, the UPN affiliate, uses Eyecon Video Productions for many their productions as well.
KDAF, the WB affiliate in DFW used Greg for shooting local news when their staff photographers are on vacation.
Greg is currently in production of two pilot episodes for their own television show call Travel with Kids. Greg is the cameraman, Julie, his wife, is the host, and their daughter Sydney and son Brenden are, of course, the stars.
In 2004, HQ Global Workplaces hired Eyecon Video to produce a high-end training video for use in their facilities worldwide. Pictures from the shoot.
In 2002, Allergan hired Eyecon Video Productions to videotape and edit a Senior Executive give a series of monthly messages that will be seen by their employees on the web via streaming video.
In 2001, Mervyns' California used Eyecon Video to shoot a VNR (Video News Release) about their nationwide program to give basic business clothes to men and women who are looking to get off welfare and into the workplace.
In 2003 and 2004, Allstate Insurance Company hired Eyecon to shoot and edit a series of videos.
In late 2001, The Amon Carter Museum in Ft. Worth, Texas used Eyecon Video to put together a video package to demonstrate their latest expansion.
In 2004 and 2005, Eyecon Video Productions started the production of a number of corporate training videos in English and Spanish for Mission Foods. See sample clip from the video.
In 2001, 2002 and 2003, Eyecon Video shot commercials for Comcast promoting their services with spokesperson Dallas Stars goalie, Marty Turko. Pictures from the shoot.
In 2003 and 2004, Avaya hired Eyecon Video Productions to produced training videos in both English and Spanish. Pictures from the shoot. See clips from the video.
In 2003, AIG hired Eyecon Video to coordinate the live satellite feed and broadcast of a ribbon cutting ceremony to their worldwide offices.
In 2004, Dermalase used Eyecon to produce a patient education video about their array of services.
Also in 2003, Smucker's sought the expertise of Eyecon Video Productions to document community involvement and record interviews for their Stars On Ice sponsorship.
In 1999, The Microsoft Corporation hired Eyecon Video Productions to assist in creating a video training program for use with their Microsoft Office 2000 products.
In 2004, Suzuki Automotive hired Eyecon Video Productions to produce a 30 minute high-end infomercial promoting the quality of their automotive line. See the infomercial. Pictures from the shoot.
A few of Eyecon Video's recent projects include producing an orientation video for new employees at Gardiner Communications and marketing videos for Mesquite Dermatology. Eyecon Video produced an award-winning video for QuickCARE, a medical software manufacturer. The Smirnoff Arena has also acquired their expertise to shoot video for them. Dallas-based AmeriPlan USA has hired Eyecon Video to produce their marketing and training videos. Then in early 1998, Greg and his wife, Julie, joined AmeriPlan on Carnival's cruise ship, The Ecstasy to videotape their top sales people drinking fru fru drinks on the high seas. Pictures
In 2004, Eyecon Video provided production services for Volkswagen of America documenting a corporate event in the Dallas area.
In 1999, Southwestern Bell Telephone called on Eyecon Video to produce a skit with their Senior Executives on video that will be shown at their meetings and conventions.
In 2003, The Walt Disney Company called on Eyecon Video to shoot a portion of a video in Dallas that was used as part of a larger project.
In 1998, 1999 and 2000, General Electric hired Eyecon Video to produce Safety Videos to be viewed throughout GE's Inspection and Repair Service Centers. Clip from video.
In 1999, Greg was hired by the Tandy Corporation (Radio Shack) to videotape interviews with teachers and students for their Tandy Scholar video to be shown at the Tarrant County Convention Center.
Also in 1999, Eyecon Video was hired by AirTouch, now Verizon, to videotape, edit and duplicate the new CEO's message to company employees worldwide. Then in 2000, Verizon hired Eyecon Video to produce a video to help their managers deal with special employee situations.
Late in 1999 and 2000, TGI Friday's Restaurants, hired Eyecon Video Productions to document their annual World Bartender's Competition. It was a 5 camera shoot, edited to two 15 minute videos highlighting the event. Copies of the award-winning video have been sent throughout the world. Clip from video.
In 2002, Eyecon Video was hired by TGI Friday's to produce a fun training video to show its bartenders throughout the country.
In 1999 and 2000, Eyecon Video Productions was hired by DFW Airport to produce a video to persuade a regional airline from New York to add DFW to it's list of destinations.
In 2004, JD Power and Associates hired Eyecon to videotape executives as part of an internal communications project.
In late 2001, Greg flew to Hollywood, California to videotape TV legends Mike Connors and Lorette Swit for a national PSA for an international charity. Greg also provided this charity a Crisis Communications Workshop, a day long training session for its leaders on how to work with the media during a crisis situation. Pictures from shoot.
Also in 2001, Eyecon Video was hired to produce a high-end, high-tech award-winning marketing video for C I Host, a global Internet Service Provider based in North Texas. Clip from video.
In 2002, American Tornado Master used Eyecon's services to produce a marketing video for their tornado shelter system.
In 2000, Nordstrom hired Eyecon Video to videotape a talent competition in their Dallas Galleria store.
In 2002 and 2003, the advertising and marketing firm, Dawson Duncan teamed with Eyecon Video Productions to produce a series of award-winning video and television commercials for an American Foundation for the Blind campaign. Pictures from shoot.
In 1999, Eyecon Video was hired to co-produce an award-winning video that was shown to hundreds of the most influential people in the industry at the Radio & Records Annual Convention in Los Angeles. Clip from video.
For the past two years, US Youth Soccer Association hired Eyecon Video Productions to shoot in four tournament locations around the country, then editing a fun, 20-minute video to be seen at the final awards ceremony.
Back in October of 1995, Caracol, a company specializing in the promotion of creating natural dyes, hired Eyecon Video Productions to travel to Lima, Peru. Eyecon videotaped the process of how to use natural products to make the dyes used to color clothes and fabrics. The video was edited and then distributed throughout the world.
In the Spring of 1996, Eyecon Video was hired by American Airlines/American Eagle to produce an award-winning video to increase American Eagle's market share in their cargo delivery division. The Eyecon crew traveled to Miami, Florida and Lafayette, Louisiana to supplement their footage shot at DFW Airport. Picture from shoot.
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In mid 2000, Eyecon Video Productions was hired by American Airlines Federal Credit Union to produce an award-winning video that introduces their services to American Airlines' employees. Clip from video.
Since 2000, Sabre Inc. hired Eyecon Video to write, shoot, edit and compress into CD-ROMs a series of vignettes that demonstrate the latest in the Sabre technology. See sample of these clips.
Each year in November from 1995 through 2002, Greg and his wife Julie, traveled to Walt Disney World to document that "dreams do come true" for chronically ill children. Nationally syndicated Kidd Kraddick of the Kidd Kraddick in the Morning Show based out of Dallas requests donations from listeners and organizes the trip to allow the children and their families who would never be able to afford to do so, take the trip of a lifetime. Pictures from Kidd's Kids. The award-winning "Kidd's Kids" video is currently available in Dallas-Ft. Worth area Blockbuster Videos. Clip from video.
Greg is currently producing the annual trip for Bert's Big Adventure, a similar type trip for a radio station from Atlanta.
Eyecon also produced a number of marketing videos for KISS-FM (KHKS).
Eyecon Video also handles many of the video needs for Dallas area radio stations 99.5 The Wolf, KLUV Oldies Radio, WBAP, and Talk 570 Talk Radio.
In 2001, Eyecon Video produced dozens of copies of a seminar for attendees at an Electronic Data Systems (EDS) gathering.
Eyecon Video Productions also provides production gear and crew for Electronic News Network (ENN) and Bader TV News Worldwide, among many others.
In 2001 and 2002, Leather Center used Eyecon's expertise to produce a series of TV commercials for many of its national markets.
Since 2002, Wing Stop Restaurants have hired Eyecon Video Productions to produce a series of award-winning TV Commercials to be aired nationwide.
In 2004, Eyecon Video Produced two television commercials for Sotherby Homes for Munday Morning Advertising Agency.
In early 1996, Greg got into the video duplicating business and purchased 50 VHS VCRs and distribution amplifiers. Eyecon can now duplicate multiple videotapes from either VHS, SVHS, Mini DV, DVCAM or Betacam SP. In 2003, Eyecon Purchased a CD/DVD duplicator/printer to take care of their clients' needs.
In early 1997, AVI Communications, Inc. hired Eyecon Video to produce the final 2 videotapes to be used as part of a 22 tape series to help media outlet Account Executives increase sales.
Every year since 1997, Eyecon Video Productions was chosen to provide editing services for The National Cowboy Hall of Fame's Western Heritage Awards Show from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
One of the award-winning videos will introduce the countless visitors about the history of the American cowboy as well as an overview of what can be seen at the museum. Clip from video.
In early 1997, Greg flew to Shannon, Ireland for a week-long shoot for a company that manufactures medical testing equipment.
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In 2004, Carreker hired Eyecon Video Production to produce an in-house training video.
Eyecon provided on-site production services for Comerica for a corporate shoot in the Dallas area.
At the same time, Endocare used Eyecon Video to shoot and edit a video promoting prostate cancer research.
Sanden International hired Eyecon to document an international training program.
Six Flag over Texas hired Eyecon Video Production to shoot a segment for their television commercials promoting their new summer lineup.
The Clayton Dabney Foundation hired Eyecon Video to write, shoot and edit an emotional video used to raise money for the foundation.
Eyecon Video Productions used its new Varicam High Definition and traveled to Oregon, Dallas, Tokyo and London for McAfee to shoot a high end video describing their different levels of customer help.
Carrington Laboratories, a company that uses the Aloe plant to manufacture health related products, sent Eyecon Video Productions to Costa Rica to shoot video to compliment video shot in Dallas. The 10-minute video gives an overview of the company and its capabilities.
Hitachi hired Eyecon Video Productions to produce a training video on how to use a Smart Card they developed. This video will be shown to end users across the country.
Ford Motor Company – Produced a video for quarterly report for their SW Region.
Jack In The Box – Produced a portion of an internal communications video.
In 1998, AV Video selected Greg as one of the "Top 100 Producers in the Country".
To date, Eyecon Video Productions has won a number of awards for their videos including