Katie Pro Video

Ludington Area Video Production Services

Video storytelling and event coverage for artists, businesses, organizations, and individuals in Mason, Oceana, and Manistee Counties! 

Email Katie at video@katiepro.com
Call Katie at 231-335-1443

Past Projects

Tour of Art by Mary Case Gallery and Studio

Mason County District Library Summer Workshop

Recital of the Students of Cheryl R Whitehead, Spring 2022

I am proud to provide small businesses and organizations with original media and marketing services. I enjoy working alongside my clients to develop and implement the best production plan for their needs.

Mason County Press

The Makers: Creating natural alternatives.

February 22, 2020

By Katie Provenzano, MCP Press Correspondent

PENTWATER  — Sarah Visscher started her path to natural health by making her own elderberry syrup as a cold and flu preventive. Friends asked to purchase the syrup  which motivated her to start a Facebook page and expand to more products.

To date, Sarah also makes soy candles, beeswax lip balm, and organic vanilla extract. Gallons of kombucha sit fermenting on her countertop for her family to enjoy. Sarah is passionate about making her own butter and yogurt, and she wants to empower others to make natural food and products at home. 

The Makers: Carol Marshall, Painting with fabric.

March 7, 2020

By Katie Provenzano, MCP Correspondent

Frustrated with the lack of depth in her pastel paintings, Carol Marshall decided to incorporate strips of leather and fell in love. She considers her technique “painting with fabric” and enjoys exploring new sewing styles and textiles. Recently, she started printing her art quilts on canvas bags to provide a more affordable option for customers to enjoy her pieces. She will be selling the bags and providing art quilt classes at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts. You can learn more about Carol and her art quits at facebook.com/yannidesigns.

The Makers: Off the grid art.

February 7, 2020

By Katie Provenzano, MCP Correspondent

HART — Kade Swenor plays harmonica in a bluegrass band, but that’s just the beginning of his artistic talent. He enjoys using found materials such as metal, rock, glass, and porcelain to create handmade knives and arrowheads. “My goal is to teach. Anyone can [be an artist], and there is no wrong way to create.” Learn more about Kade’s artwork and handmade tools at facebook.com/Made-by-Kade-102661624596657.

January 19, 2020

By Katie Provenzano, MCP Correspondent

LUDINGTON —Marie Marfia’s Bonafide Gallery and studio is located at 307 S. James St. Marie’s chalk pastel artwork is a mix of unique landscapes, portraits, and skeletonized replicas of famous paintings.  She credits her 30 years of using color and space as a graphic designer to the success she has with pastels. The skeletons just make her laugh.

Justin Gustafson: Creating true-to-life images.

December 22, 2019

Katie Provenzano, MCP Correspondant 

LUDINGTON —Justin David Gustafson was given a box of oil paints, brushes, and canvases as a teenager, and he has not yet stopped painting. He explains the steps required to layer and mix oil paints creating his true-to-life images. He enjoys painting scenes from nature and the outdoors and uses arbitrary colors to enhance and add depth. Visit JDGus.com to see and purchase Justin’s oil paintings. Justin provides oil painting tips and tricks to his students at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts on Sunday afternoons (ludingtonartscenter.org).  

Ludington Area Center for the Arts (LACA)

Michigan Mandolin Orchestra 2022

November, 2022

West Michigan High School Band Showcase 

May, 2021


REDLINE Night of Fright 2014

ERICA NICOLE Ludrock 2015 

Ludington Area Center for the Arts presents RENT! 2013

February, 2013

Mason County Central Schools

MCC vs  Oakridge Varsity Volleyball 

 September 18, 2018 

Mason County Central Habitat for Humanity

Angela's Story

Lud Vegas 2019

Lud Vegas 2018

Lud Vegas Supporters 

Mason County District Library

Unbound Introduction with Patti Skinner

September 26, 2020

Unbound Book Reservation 2020

September 26, 2020


Episode #1 - Holiday Events

December 6, 2018

This episode of Mason County Spotlight was sponsored by Cafe 106, Ludington Yacht Sales, and Mason County Central Educational Foundation. Cheri Rozell, Fourth Ward Councilor and MCC School Teacher, interviews Eric Smith and Patti Skinner from the Mason County District Library (:30) and Jen Tooman from Downtown Ludington (5:39). The mugs used on set were purchased at the Red Door Gallery in Ludington. Mason County Spotlight is produced by Katie Pro Video in association with Devin McClure and Kate Krieger-Watkins. 

Episode #2 - Last Minute Gift Ideas

December 20, 2019

Episode 2 of Mason County Spotlight, Last Minute Gift Ideas, was sponsored by Cafe 106 and Captain Chuck’s II Inc. Devin McClure talks with Stephanie Reed from the Ludington Splash Pad Committee about a creative way to support this project. Chris Turnbull and Carmen Biggs from HumaniTea showcase unique gifts found at their new Ludington Downtown tea shop. 

Episode #3 Chaotic Mike

February 8, 2019

Devin McClure interviews Ludington artist Chaotic Mike about his art and workshops at the Ludington Center for the Arts. This video was produced by Katie Provenzano (katiepro.com) in association with Devin McClure. 

Episode #4 -"Show Me the Money Day"

February 8, 2019

Check out the Habitat for Humanity of Mason County, Michigan's Show Me the Money Day on February 6th until 6pm at the Lakeshore Resource Network! Vendors include the District Health Department # 10, West Shore Bank, Chemical Bank, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, MSU Extension, and more!