Purple Finch Productions

Hello! It's nice to meet you!

Meet Jonathan Stallsmith, Our Creator

He has 15 years of video experience.

Jonathan Stallsmith grew up in Hanover, NH. In high school, he lettered in hockey, soccer, and track. He went on to play hockey at the University of Southern California.

As a student at USC, he spent four years employed by the Athletic Video Department, where he covered a wide variety of NCAA Division 1 sports teams. Upon his graduation, he was hired by the San Francisco 49ers as a digital video producer and later spent seven years working in motorsports at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Some of his favorite interviews over the course of his professional career have included Pete Carroll, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Frank Gore.

He launched Purple Finch Productions in 2018 with the WHY of helping people tell their story through video.

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Our Services

College Recruiting

Weddings and Events

Business Marketing

Our Clients


Meagan Sbat

Get Fit NH

Jonathan was awesome to work with! He created a thoughtful and meaningful plan and the execution was easy. Being on camera is an uncomfortable and awkward experience but he managed to pick out the awkwardness and piece together a powerful message that has resonated strongly with my clients.


Jamie Simchik

The Hotel Concord

Working with Jonathan was incredibly easy. He was very professional and his work product was of a very high quality. Jonathan did a great job covering Winter Fest, capturing all the fun and excitement. We definitely look forward to working with him again in the future.

Amanda and Marcus Freeman

Wedding 10.26.2019

Jonathan was absolutely incredible in capturing every special moment of our wedding! He was so wonderful to work with, always passing along tips and tricks during planning, checking in to make sure things were going smoothly, and was very relaxed and easy to talk to in the months leading up to our big day.

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