Hanson Media House is a creative agency for digital and film content. We produce ads, commercials, documentaries, event coverage, live music events, music videos, reality television and feature films for television and the web. Our creative teams are tailor-made to fit your particular needs. Let us tell your story in the most compelling ways.
TV Producer and Film Director Christopher Hanson started Hanson Media House in Charleston S.C. in the fall of 2012. A three-time Emmy award winning producer, Hanson has been working in Film and Television since 1996.
Hanson's first foray into film was when he co-wrote and directed the feature film Scrapple, about a house of ski bums living in the fictional town of Ajax, Colorado in the 1970s. Shot in Telluride, Scrapple remains a Colorado cult-movie classic. Hanson next directed the feature documentary about Widespread Panic called The Earth Will Swallow You as well as the live concert DVD Widespread Panic, Live at Oak Mountain.
In 2007, Hanson returned to Telluride, Colorado to work for Plum TV. He was the General Manager and worked as a morning-show Director and Producer. He produced hundreds of hours of Plum TV content including three original TV programs; the talk show Minds of Mountainfilm, the music show Mountain Tracks, and the afternoon variety show Apres Ski, starring comedian Jeb Berrier. He also directed the daily morning show Fresh Tracks with Ramona Bruland, now host of the X-Games.
Plum TV Telluride was nominated for a Heartland Emmy Award for Station Excellence in 2009. From 2009-2011 Hanson was nominated for Emmy Awards six times for his work with Plum TV and Outside Television.
Hanson worked in 2011 and 2012 for Original Productions as a field producer. He worked in Texas on Season 1 of American Hoggers (A&E) and in Alaska on Season 6 of Ice Road Truckers (The History Channel).