Brian Blagowsky, Chief Executive Officer at AMP Equipment, previously owned and operated Bulldog Film & Video Services inc.  Brian has nearly 30 years of film and video production experience, covering projects ranging from low-budget, to high-end Hollywood studio-produced feature films, local, regional and national television commercials, music videos, live events, reality television shows, corporate and industrial videos, website videos, student films, still photography, and just about anything else you can think of.

Brian has always had a passion for art and photography. Prior to his career in film and video, Brian studied commercial and graphic art at Oklahoma State University before serving in the United States Navy as an Intelligence Specialist, specializing in aerial reconnaissance 
photography, and teaching photography at Naval Air Station North Island.

In his career in film and video production, Brian's work on Television commercials has helped garner his clients hundreds of ADDY awards and dozens of Telly's, and his music video work has received 7 DOVE Awards for "Best Music Video of the Year"

Brian works mostly as a Gaffer, Director of Photography, or Key Grip, but his knowledge covers nearly every facet of production. Brian recently served as Producer and Director of Photography on a pro-bono video he conceptualized for the Folds of Honor Foundation, which won an ADDY Award, 3 Bronze Telly Awards, and a Silver Telly.

Brian was the creative force and main sponsor behind the Oklahoma Film Institute at Oklahoma City Community College.  After it’s inception in 1997 Brian served as the lighting instructor nearly every year for the first decade of the program. Brian also contributed nearly thirty thousand dollars in equipment rental to help establish, develop, and operate this summer workshop program.  Brian has also served as an instructor at the Summer Arts Film Institute at Quartz Mountain State Park, and donated equipment to that program.

Brian also created the first online production guide database for Oklahoma, the www.oklahomaproductionguide.com web site. This web site was one of the first online databases in the country, and for nearly 10 years was the only online database for Oklahoma crew and production services. Brian also provided a printed hard copy of the database to the Oklahoma Film Office as a resource to help promote Oklahoma as a movie production location.

Brian also helped sponsor numerous area film festivals during their initial years to help them get started, including the DeadCenter Film Festival, the Bare Bones Film Festival, the Overground Film Festival and the Oklahoma Territory Film Council Film Festival.

At the 2007 Script-to-Screen Film Festival, Brian was awarded the “Industry Trailblazer Award“.  In recent years, Brian has also been featured in the trade magazines Markee Magazine and Indie Slate, and was also featured in Oklahoma Business and in several local Tulsa World newspaper articles.

Greg Price, Chief Operations Officer and Director of Production at AMP Equipment, previously founded and served as Principal for New Millennium Productions LLC.

Graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in advertising, Greg began his career as an ad agency account executive, and concluded as a copywriter & production designer.

New Millennium Productions LLC began when Greg decided to create his own independent company, where he established himself as a producer of television commercials, music videos, corporate films and independent films. Greg began to purchase equipment for his own productions, which eventually lead to his starting a rental service.

Greg’s career exceeds 26 years experience in film and video production. Greg’s set experience has awarded him recognition as a cinematographer and lighting director. Raised as the son of a structural engineer, Greg has an understanding of mechanics, and is also an experienced key rigging-grip.

Greg has also served as an instructor at the Oklahoma City Community College, teaching lighting design and grip techniques at the Oklahoma Film Institute.

Greg is also an accomplished freelanced artist. His preferred medium is large-scale oil painting. His work is currently represented by two of Oklahoma’s largest art galleries and interior designers.                     

Greg’s past time passion include scuba diving, backpacking and participating in two-wheeled motor sports.

Julie Yeabower, Chief Financial Officer at AMP Equipment, has over 20 years experience in film and video production, both operating one of Oklahoma's leading catering and craft services vendor companies, All Budget Catering, and working as CFO for Bulldog Film & Video Services.

Before working in film and video production, Julie owned a couple different retail venues. In addition, she was a senior counselor for the elderly and disabled, working for the Tulsa Housing Authority.

Julie is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, earning degrees in both Business Finance and Petroleum Land Management.  Julie is also is a Certified Legal Assistant.  Julie served three mayors as a mayoral appointee on Tulsa's Sales Tax Overview Committee for eight years,  and chaired that group for three years before retiring to peruse other ventures. Julie is an active member of Leadership Tulsa, and Chair of the 2013 and 2014 Leadership Tulsa Charity Golf Tournaments. Julie is also currently serving on the Board for the North Tulsa Development Council.

In addition to loving college football and being a proud Sooner fan, Julie has a passion for dogs and the elderly, and is an avid golfer. Julie has won the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Tulsa Country Club Women's Senior Golf Championship, and Captained the TCC Women's Interclub Golf Team. Julie is also a past President of Tulsa District Women's Golf Association, which encompasses all of Northeast Oklahoma.

Julie has served as a mayoral appointee on the Tulsa Film & Music Advisory Board since it's creation in early 2013. Julie was also selected to serve on the Leadership Tulsa Board of Directors starting in 2014.


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