Experience Matters - Over 20 Years!


Echo Productions was established in 1993 and produces video programming for local, state, national, and international clients in addition to providing crew for broadcast, corporate, and commercial productions. Some of Echo Productions’ clients include hospitals, medical manufacturers, engineering firms, and environmental organizations.

With extensive broadcast production experience, Echo Productions is often hired to provide camera operators and crew for single and multi-day shoots. And, our location in Flagstaff, Arizona makes it especially convenient for production work in and around Grand Canyon National Park. Some of our recent projects include CBS Sunday Morning, Wonders of the Grand Canyon for CNN/Turner Networks and Top 20 Country Countdown for GAC.

Echo Productions also produces documentaries, visitor center exhibits, and public outreach programs on paleontology, archaeology, natural history, and adventure. Some of our visitor center exhibit programs include Lowell Observatory, the Museum of Northern Arizona, Wupatki National Monument, and Sunset Crater National Monument. The Sunset Crater interpretive exhibits were recognized by the National Park Service with the Freeman Tilden Award.

“Finally got to view the piece…It’s astonishing! Incredibly well done…well put together, wonderfully shot…wonderfully written. Congratulations. I want more like that…the piece is spectacular, it made my morning!”

- K.E. Wild Chronicles/National Geographic Television

“Our video produced by Echo Productions exceeded our expectations. We appreciate Echo Productions being on time and on budget with the project for United Way of Northern Arizona.”

- K.B./United Way of Northern Arizona

Brian Cass is the owner of Echo Productions as well as the principal producer. He brings over 30 years experience in the video profession and has extensive experience as a writer, editor, and camera operator. At Echo Productions, Brian has produced corporate, marketing, instructional, and promotional programs for businesses and other organizations. This work includes website videos for high-level athlete training, recruitment programs for hospitals, promotional programs for mechanical engineering firms and school safety products, as well as fundraising programs for non-profit organizations.

His broadcast camera operator assignments include National Geographic Television, CNN, GAC, TBS, Discovery Channel, History Channel, and PBS. 

Brian also produced, wrote, and filmed several adventure and natural history documentaries including Inflatable Journey and Escalante – The Bones of the Earth. He also co-produced Marks of the Ancestors (2nd place award in the Red Earth Film Festival) and In the Shadow of the Volcano: Prehistoric Life in Northern Arizona that focused on a major archaeological excavation and was broadcast on Arizona Public Television.

“From the start it was a great pleasure to work with you and your professional demeanor and communication style put me at ease… Please accept my sincere thanks for your collaboration on this project.”