About Paper Ketchup
"Paper Ketchup" started as a song, became a movie, and turned into a company. At the heart of all three lies the importance of connection and of relationship. See, "Paper Ketchup" began as a way to use letters (paper) to "catch up" with those around us - an archaic method now, perhaps, but one of the most lasting and meaningful traditions the human species has come up with.
So what does that mean for Paper Ketchup Productions, the company? That means a dedication to telling your story and allowing you to "catch up" with the community around you. It means we're motivated by our relationships to put our best into every project we take on. It's an assurance that every partnership and every video we produce is important to us. Whether you're getting married, own a small business, or just have a story to tell - We want to help spread the word, and in a paperless society, video is the next big way to "Ketchup".
Ryan Anderson is an award-winning editor and videographer whose work has been featured on NBC Sports, Esquire Network, USA Network, Fox Sports, and the Pursuit Channel. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Dramatic Media from Texas Lutheran University in 2010, Ryan has worked professionally in the video industry for several central Texas production companies, eventually starting his own, Paper Ketchup Productions, in 2016. In addition to production credits on shows such as Friday Night Tykes and Majesty Outdoors, Ryan has produced work for SXSW, San Antonio’s Fiesta Commission, ELCA’s Gulf Coast Synod, LEAD, Lutherhill Ministries, CodeUp Academy, United Way, and more.
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