Emmy award-winning cinematographer, sound recordist, and producer Jeremy Gossett brings a fresh cinematic perspective with his multifaceted skill sets. Gossett’s artistry is gaining a proven track record for helping organizations succeed.
Beginning the production company in 1993, Gossett Productions, LLC is now over 25 years in the making of producing creative work for clients with wide-ranging scope and scale. While having the background and experience to create feature documentaries and films, Gossett also produces close-up photojournalist-style short-form feature pieces.
In 2021, Gossett Productions acquired the 40-year industry veteran company Garman Productions’ facility at 2828 NW 58th Street in Oklahoma City.
A few of Gossett's broad spectrum of clients include Paramount Pictures, CNN, People Magazine, Stringr, ionOK Online Magazine, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Baker Hughes, Pratt and Whitney (Canada), NextGen Under 30 (OETA), Duncan Economic Development Foundation, University of Oklahoma – an Emmy-award winning production for the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication, the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, Oklahoma Community Institute, United Way, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International.
Gossett has benefited from several influential role models in his life. While becoming a 2008 graduate of the University of Oklahoma's Multidisciplinary Studies program with a concentration in Film and Video Studies, Gossett received most of his early training and experience in the field through corporate and commercial video work assignments and experiences. They include Halliburton Energy Services and Winnercomm.
Gossett explains, "Everyone has a story to tell. How we tell that story transcends meaning and provides a sense of feeling and passion through the colorful patchwork of audio and video mediums”.
Beyond simply being a visual storyteller, one of Gossett’s specialties is in the sound department. In addition to television motion picture productions featured on OETA, Jeremy Gossett produced and engineered the public radio program Backstage Jazz, broadcast on KGOU and KUCO since 2013.
Through 28 years of professional experience in the film, video, and audio production market, Gossett's eclectic variety of influences has led him to believe in the power of not just seeing and hearing, but feeling, and believing in a story. Gossett explains, “The serendipity of life is full of photographic emotion and magic just waiting to be captured. It is only when we open our eyes to all that is going on around us and are aware of our spirituality that we become fully captivated and touched by the power of the beauty of all life has to offer”.