Al Bergstein Filmmmaker

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Mountainstone is the company name for photographer and video producer Al Bergstein. Al works out of the Pacific Northwest.

Specializing in documentaries, live performance and web based video for companies, non profits and individuals. Equipment includes teleprompter, Canon broadcast quality video cameras, professional field audio gear, plus a full complement of portable lighting. Editing suites by Apple (FCP 7), Adobe Premiere Creative Cloud and Sony Vegas .

Al has worked on numerous print media shoots and understands how to work with art directors and clients.

Created "Voices of the Strait" for the Puget Sound Partnership.

Recent Projects included:
"Working for the RIver: Restoring the Dungeness"
"Tribal Resources: Legacy of our Ancestors"
both for the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe.

"Square One" for Jefferson County on their new Watershed Resource Center.

Numerous web videos for Mark Pearson Music.

Al has worked for national news magazines, commercial advertising photography, and photojournalism . He documented the Native American uprising at Menominee Abbey in 1976, as the only photojournalist inside with the tribal members for Gamma Presse International.

Contact at albergstein AT (replace the AT with @)


Latest Video Production

"Legacy of Our Ancestors: Treaty Resources of the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe"

2013 Project -Port Townsend Marine Science Center

Voices of the Strait

Ad for "Rosebud"

1968 By Mark Pearson

Photos Featured in: The Novitiate

2013 WEC Lobby Day Promo