Welcome to Redtree Productions. We are a unique collective of friends that share a deep rooted professional history as producers of film and digital media.
We are vested in the success of our clients' vision and committed to realizing the full creative potential of each project regardless of scope.
It is exhilarating when great work takes shape. When a story and creative vision are enabled to come alive.
That is why for 20 years we have been passionately determined to produce consistent award winning work. We enjoy and savor the process. The challenges, the fun, the adventure, the stories and, of course, the people who remain friends for a lifetime.
Again, welcome to Redtree. Check us out.
RJ began his career in film production in New York City. Working on projects ranging from HBO comedy specials to Broadway shows. As a line producer RJ worked on global campaigns for clients such as VW, Royal Caribbean, McDonald's, Fidelity, AT&T, Disney, Parker Brothers, HSBC, GM, Canon, Coke, MCI, and others.
In 1992, he founded Redtree Productions with the vision of a company whose only mandate is providing unwavering support to the creative process. Since then, though Redtree has grown with directors in Boston, NY, LA and London, our philosophy remains the same and our existence and growth is fueled only by our clients and the quality of our work.
RJ is a member of the DGA & AICP.
Prior to joining Redtree, Margie Sullivan was EVP Director of Creative Service and Broadcast Production at Arnold Worldwide in Boston. Margie was responsible for managing the workflow of the creative department for television, print and interactive. During her tenure at Arnold she managed and produced for such award winning accounts as VW, Truth, Royal Caribbean, Fidelity, Verizon and McDonald's.
In 1999, Margie was the Executive Producer for Mary Mazzio's Award Winning Documentary, "A Hero for Daisy"
Margie joined Redtree in 2003 and uses her limitless skills to produce a gamut of work for Redtree, from interactive to film production.
Margie is a graduate of Emerson College and is currently serving as a member of the Emerson Alumni Board. She is also a member of the Ad Club Board of Directors and the Massachusetts Production Coalition Board of Directors.
Working on good work, with good people, and doing my part to make it better. That’s my aim, and I’ve done pretty well sticking to it.
I got my start with Redtree in 2000, and along the way have had the opportunity to work on a large range of projects for clients big and small, local and global. I approach work with a background in film production, but relish the “figuring it out” with my clients. Discovering the best approach, and making it all come together.
I find that whether it’s broadcast, interactive or digital, the end goal is usually the same. Finding a way to tell an engaging story that an audience will react to. That and working with clients, to produce the best work possible.
And there’s always the want to give back. To do more than just sell. In the fall of 2014, I created, produced and directed the #IAMTSC campaign for the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance. The celebrity driven PSA / Web campaign aims to raise awareness and funds for those with this terrible rare disease. Again, it’s about working on good work, with good people… and in this case, trying to make peoples lives a little better.