If you’re new to VideOccasions, we’re a National and Local award winning family owned and operated company in Bellevue,Washington, catering to clients with a wide range of interests, as our list of services suggests.Judy, who worked in the video industry for several years, opened VideOccasions in 1998 and was joined by Jack, who has worked in television and related fields since 1964.
Among those who work with VideOccasions’ clients we can point to more than 175 years of professional experience in television and video, still photography and printing; theatre staging, design and lighting; computing, web design and the graphic arts, to help you create solutions to your video needs.All the work at VideOccasions is done locally and by hand, not shipped out-of-state for processing by machine in a bulk plant. We process and inspect each film transfer, each download to flash drive or hard drive, each DVD we create and there’s no risk of work being lost in transit. Come see us again. 2020 VideOccasionsTM and Jack Wolcott Designed for VideOccasionsTM by Jack Wolcott The VideOccasions trade mark is registered in the State of Washington This website is hosted by Drizzle.com, Seattle, Washington
We’re often able to salvage material others have give up on by stabilizing bad tracking problems, enhancing audio and minor color and contrast correction. What you’re getting from VideOccasions is the personal touch for which we have become well known, our assurance that we’ve done for you the best that’s possible.Explore our website; see what our many satisfied clients have had to say about their experiences wih VideOccasions, then give us a call at 425-641-4811 or drop us an email to discuss how we can assist you with your video needs.
Whether you contact VideOccasions by calling 425-641-4811 or by an email, no matter how large or small your project we’ll share our experience and expertise to assure that you have the best.VideOccasions’ office hours are Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., closing at 4:30 p.m. on Thursdays.And please remember: when it’s 10:00 a.m. on the East Coast it’s only 7:00 a.m. on the West.