In this day of ever-shrinking margins, time is the enemy. Trying to staff the critical camera crew on projects one-by-one means you have to continually rethink strategy as video crew become unavailable, or are just not up to your standards. That is why show-runners, production companies, agencies, networks and Fortune 500 companies turn to us: because we have the best trained video camera crew – fully outfitted with the latest in cameras and equipment – with the ability to travel and focus 100% on executing YOUR vision. Every camera crew has gone through our Federally Accredited Apprenticeship Program in the US (built by us for you).
We look at how we bring value to you – if we do our job right, we keep working with you. We own our gear, we build our team from the core, and all shooters are staff, fully bonded and insured. We pride ourselves for our ability to adapt to your production seamlessly and to capture what you envision, how you envision it, where you need us to be – literally anywhere in the world, when you need us there.
We’re passionate about storytelling and bringing you the exact visuals that exceed expectations, keep costs down and take the headache out of the crew process. Go To Team crew are STAFF – W2, fully insured and bonded. We find developing cameramen, build them through our one of a kind Federally Accredited Apprenticeship program, support them with training and equipment and then place them strategically throughout the country to service our clients. Our teams understand the politics of shooting environments and can fit any culture, from large sets with celebrity talent, to very personal shoots where the personal touch is important. We pride ourselves in being able to seamlessly blend to form larger and more specialized crews – like transformers of camera because we have them stationed throughout the country. We are your partner.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Barstool is known for all things sports, but did you know they also cover everything from politics to animals? They recently took Go To Team’s D.C. DP, David DiFalco, to the White House to meet up with the VP of the United States, Mike Pence,......Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Coronavirus is sending shock waves throughout the entire country and it’s affecting more than just health care. CNBC brought in our Miami cameraman, Ryan Brower, to capture a live remote interview for Squawk on the Street with Jay Foreman, CEO of the Basic Fun......Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes NFL season might be over, but the XFL is in full touchdown mode! The XFL has chosen to work with Go To Team crews throughout the first official season of the XFL, and we couldn’t be more pumped about it! During week four of the......Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes “When there is change, there is opportunity.” CNBC is there to cover this opportunity in The Future of Business as they examine the United States as we go through an extraordinary era of change and disruption. CNBC brought in our Chicago cameraman, Kyle Kaiser, and......Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Audrey Coates 843.884.6222 – email@example.com LiveU technology provides reliable connectivity anywhere musicians want to go live CHARLESTON, SC (March 25, 2020) – Music faces significant challenges today with major concerts being canceled and postponed. Go To Team provides a digital stage......Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Coronavirus hits a little different in St. Louis. After the Rams were relocated to California, St. Louis was left empty-handed after a four-year absence in their life. However, the reinstatement of XFL changed that for the River City. STL is now home to the......Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes Throughout the next couple of weeks we will face many challenges as a community, but it’s important to stay positive. We are all doing our part to practice social distancing by staying inside our homes and keeping away from large groups and it’s so important......Read More