Last month, Mark Leisher Productions filmed the pilot episode for the auto show series, “Torture Test.” We travelled to Iowa to film the fast-paced racing show, which was a big success at the 2017 SEMA Show. ‘Torture Test’ spotlights the return of Rich Christensen, well-known as the executive producer and
The photo below features Mark Leisher at the Union Glacier basecamp, Antarctica. You might wonder why a video production company would travel to one of the coldest and most lifeless regions in the world. The simple answer? To help protect Antarctica and to film the unsung heroes who have made this goal their life mission. For the
After producing a series of promotional videos for Oneness Family School, a Montessori school, I sat down with the Director of Admissions and Marketing, Chris McLeod, who worked directly with our team on this project. You can watch the promotional videos the MLP team produced on Culture, Language, and Mathematics. Learn more by
We are incredibly excited to introduce our sister company Media4Green and announce the launch of their new website. On Media4Green’s About page, you can read all about this Washington, D.C. based production company that focuses on all things surrounding sustainability – including health & food, clean energy, education, philanthropy, and more.
Summer interns are a time-honored tradition here in DC. Bright young college students flock to the District, getting their internships on the Hill, with think tanks, and with the numerous NGOs in Washington. Mark Leisher Productions is no exception. For the past few years we’ve been taking on summer interns
What Part 107 means for Mark Leisher Productions. Last Tuesday the Federal Aviation Administration finalized its first operational rules for commercial use of small, unmanned aircraft systems. For those saying “Huh?” unmanned aircraft systems are better known as drones. These new rules offer safety regulations and are designed to minimize
Ever wonder why, in major summer blockbusters, DC tends look suspiciously like Baltimore, Philadelphia, or even Toronto? Well, that’s because even though filmmakers love to set movies in DC, they don’t really like to film here. Not for lack of scenery! We’ve got monuments, museums, architecture, nightlife… But we’ve also