- Jan. 4, 2013 -
TrailerChix Production projects focus on an eco friendly small footprint lifestyle. CleverChix tackles the DIY challenges surrounding the migration to nontraditional house options. “We’ve seen the average size of homes shrinking and this trend is expected to continue for the next several years across all demographics as people adjust to the new economy.” said Creator/Director Shelah Johnson, “Yet people want to maintain their own individuality so they’re making some very unconventional choices. We see people living in Airstream and vintage travel trailers, tiny houses, three houses, water towers, floating homes, container conversions, earth homes, etc. Our mission is to show how one can make this transition easy and fabulous, no matter what the dwelling of choices might be.”
TrailerChix Productions now holds the largest collection of small footprint videos. Production for the new project begins immediately to keep up with the broadcast demands. All pre and post production is done in the Portland Metro area. “We’re trying to add to the local skill resources by providing post production people more hands on experience with high end broadcast standards.” , said TrailerChix Productions DP/Post Production Manager, Christopher Stephens.”
first project GalleyChix began airing June 2012 and remains a popular segment of Rollin’ On TV. GalleyChix demonstrates how one can cook fabulously in a small galley kitchen and features my well known personalities from the Portland Area.
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TrailerChix Productions (http://www.trailerchixproductions.com/
) is an independent video production company and is not affiliated with any manufacturer, business, product or association in or outside of the recreational industry. Its sole purpose is to foster fabulous living in small eco-friendly footprints. It currently holds the largest number of videos supporting small footprint living. Key words:
TrailerChix Productions, Portland production company, Portland growth, film, video, Christopher J. Stephens, shelah johnson, CleverChix, GalleyChix, local business, Rollin on TV