Ramsey Tripp

 

Ramsey Tripp, owner of Trade-mark R Productions, has worked in the industry for over twenty years. He began his career running studio cameras for a local news station, but soon found his passion was for production in the larger creative video arena. Ramsey learned to produce and direct at a local production company and quickly began building his own business. He is now proud to have production-managed the Primetime Emmy-nominated Desperate Crossing: The Untold Story of The Mayflower, for the History Channel and Assistant Directed Nova’s Pocahontas Revealed, which won a Cine Golden Eagle Award. Ramsey has also produced and directed a number tv commercials, documentaries, marketing videos, and produced and co-directed a short film, Something Wicked, which won Best Directors, Best Script, and Best Actress at the 48-Hour Film Festival.

Trade-mark R Productions

Producing video is a lot of fun. Our clients always comment on how enjoyable we make the experience. Even at the end of a long hard day it is still clear that we love what we do. Partnering with creative individuals makes our work that much more gratifying. We ask questions, listen to your answers, and work to build our production around your desires and needs. No matter how big or how small your project, we can help you tell your story. 

Since 1994 Trade-mark R Productions has produced videos for nearly every market sector - adventure, medicine, education, manufacturing, retail and entertainment. We've worked with national brands and local non-profits, all of which deserve and receive our full attention at every step of the production process.  We have the knowledge and experience to  manage large crews, operate in remote villages, or develop a challenging story concept.

Trade-mark R has produced several independent documentaries including, Underground Reality: Vietnam and Underground Reality: Colombia.  These character-driven pieces were filmed on location in Vietnam and Colombia, respectively.  Most recently at Trade-mark R, we have completed our own film, The Peloton Project, which was executive produced and narrated by Patrick Dempsey. 

Trade-mark R's work also recently won two Broderson Advertising Awards, one for The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maine video and one for television commercials for Camden National Bank. Trade-mark R was part of the team to put together VisitMaine.com for the Maine office of Tourism, which won two prestigious Mercury Awards.  Trade-mark R has also been recognized with the Humanitarian Through Film Award presented in 2013.