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Films

trailers

television

Emmy nominated Oregon Art Beat episode. Produced, written and directed by Jon Garcia for Oregon Public Broadcasting.

music videos

Feel like running 

National Award winning video, Paste Magazine 2016.

Sunken Ships

Celilo

 

Feeling Hope

Dropa

The yards

Commercial

LAKE PRODUCTIONS MAKES COMMERCIALS FOR A NUMBER OF CLIENTS INCLUDING WACOM, TARGET, AMAZON, AND MANY OTHERS. HERE ARE JUST A FEW EXAMPLES:

Coming soon

 

 

 Room To Grow is a new family docu-series currently in production chronicling the joys & challenges facing today's LGBTQ+ teens & their allies. The series offers an intimate glimpse into the lives of young people and families today on their search for identity & healing. 

Lake productions

 

 

Lake Productions was created in 2009 by Jon Garcia when he began production on his first feature film Tandem Hearts. Since then he has produced five more features. LAKE specializes in music videos, documentaries, commercials, independent films and behind-the-scenes documentation.

services

Digital video production

Digital cinematography

Post-production

Multimedia design

Music composition
 

Clients

Wacom

Target

Standard Insurance Company

Meredith Corporation

Eroi
and many more...

 

 
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Jon Garcia

Jon Garcia is an accomplished musician and Emmy-nominated filmmaker currently living in Portland, Oregon. He has released feature feature films in varying genres in his short career as a filmmaker, including the cult trilogy of The FallsThe Falls:Testament of Love, and The Falls:Covenant of Grace being the most well known. The films have screened in film festivals all over the world and have been available on NetflixHuluAmazoniTunes and many other platforms. As a producer and documentarian, he has worked with Oregon Public Broadcast, Oregon’s PBS station and produced original content for the show Artbeat. He has also done over 40 videos for Wacom Technology, an internationally known company that makes creative hardware. As a musician he has released 2 studio albums, performed soundtracks on award winning feature films and had a popular song on BBC radio in the UK called, “Heart shaped Skeleton Keys” in 2007. As a novelist, he released his first co-written novel this year, which is a book based on The Falls, distributed by Dreamspinner Press. Currently he runs his company, Lake Productions, a full service production company that creates feature films, commercials, and music videos. In February, Jon’s music video, “Feel like Running,”  won Paste Magazine’s music video of the year for 2016. 

Stephanie Salvey

Stephanie Salvey has recently teamed up with Director/Screenwriter/Producer Jon Garcia at Lake Productions where she is the Operations & Project Manager. Her film credits include Line Producer and Public Relations for motion pictures including The Falls: Covenant of Grace and Sex Weather. She is an experienced business and legal writer of documents such as financial forecasts, copyrights & music licensing, entertainment contracts, and business & marketing plans. This fourth generation Portlander has a life mission to assist others to create and experience art. She has enjoyed bringing her creative and business expertise to the entertainment industry for two decades as a legal facilitator, publicist, music promoter, night club owner, band manager, record label staffer, booking agent, business writer, public relations and marketing strategist, and accountant. Salvey’s extensive higher education includes legal studies and a Bachelor Degree with emphasis in entrepreneurial & international business. On staff at Two Louie’s Magazine and Oregon Music News she was a reporter, journalist, photographer, editor, and columnist over many years. Stephanie considers herself a social scientist and her passions and professional experiences are diverse including: lover of languages, original art collector, culinary coordinator for The Bite of Oregon where she launched Iron Chef Oregon, board member for the Jeremy Wilson Foundation, and US Senate candidate. She conceived, owned, and operated several business including Vinnie’s, her beloved large old Portland waterfront concert venue and fine Italian dining establishment.