Whether it’s a 30 second television spot or a 30 minute corporate training video, Wheelhouse TV delivers high quality, focused video at an affordable price. Our equipment includes state of the art camera, lighting and editing gear. Our team of video and graphic design professionals work together seamlessly to bring your vision to the screen or print.
Patrick Reilly began his career as a U.S. Navy Journalist. During five years on active duty he produced and edited a wide variety of media including coverage of the first combat operations of Operation Iraqi Freedom in March of 2003. His final assignment with the Navy was as Production Department Head at the American Forces Network in Sicily. After receiving an Honorable Discharge from the Navy in 2004, Patrick worked in television production as a graphics operator at WHDH-TV News in Boston, MA. In 2009 he undertook a complete rebranding project at Tasca Automotive Group in Cranston, RI. Over the next two years he was responsible for all media projects across nine vehicle brands and four dealership locations. In 2011, he founded Wheelhouse TV with Director of Photography, Shawn Schaffer, with the goal of providing bold, clean, high quality video production and graphic design services to small and medium sized businesses in southern New England.
Shawn Schaffer began working in the Film & Television Industry since 2002 as a production assistant on several independent films, television commercials and music videos. He quickly worked his way up the production ladder as a grip, gaffer and eventually Director of Photography. Shawn also works as a Gaffer, Key Grip, Editor, and Colorist as needed to further the extent of his utility on a set, both during production and in post-production. Most recently, Shawn served as the Director of Photography on the feature length motion picture “Love Orchard” starring Kristanna Loken of Terminator 3 fame (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0518085/), and Academy and Emmy Award nominated actor Bruce Dern (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001136/). In 2011, he founded Wheelhouse TV with Patrick Reilly.