Catie Foertsch, president and founder, hasn't always been creating video. She has a BS in organic chemistry (John Carroll University) and an MFA in creative writing (Emerson College), and has worked as an industrial chemist and as a journalist. Video production may not seem connected - but the essence of great video is the marriage between technical excellence and superb story-telling, and so it all fits. Catie has been a videographer and video producer/editor for over ten years. She oversees production and provides scripting and editing expertise for the Yes! MediaWorks team.
Offline, she is past president and a current (and founding) board member of Westborough TV Inc., one of the best local access TV centers in Massachusetts. She is also treasurer of the New England Professional Videographers Association (NPVA).
Fritz Bosch has tremendous depth as videographer, multimedia producer and lighting designer. His background in video production started in the 1980s, when he worked with numerous musicians, both local and world-renowned, including Til tuesday, The Fools and Otis Day and the Nights.. A 1990 graduate of Emerson College (Television Production), Fritz has provided video production for countless video projects for the Boston and Massachusetts corporate and nonprofit market.
Fritz's expertise in lighting design is nationally recognized; most recently he was the lighting director for a major HBO production at Boston's Wilbur Theater. Fritz and his brother Paul often work as a team, and together have won many awards for their work. They have won multiple Vista Platinum awards, the coveted annual award from the NPVA, and most recently, a TELLY award.
A sure-footed editor, Paul is no slouch behind the camera - his shooting skills are extraordinary. With brother Fritz, he has extensive experience working with the Boston area's top companies, organizations and universities. Paul and Fritz's donated time and resources have helped numerous charitable organizations (including the Muscular Dystrophy Foundation and The Dana-Farber Cancer Center and The Leukemia society) to raise more than a million dollars. is an alumnus of Berklee College of Music. He is an award-winning video producer, composer, photographer, sound designer, editor and videographer. Paul has composed music for all types of projects from corporate clients and industrial projects to nationally televised sports shows such as the "Inside Edge with Paul Hochman," "Jumpstarts," the "Read for the Record" campaign, and the award winning music video "Sparkling Holiday."
Brian Arata’s eclectic background feeds his video production skills. During 15 years in the Army, Brian travelled the world setting up computer systems for the military, and acquired a love for all things technical. Then, as an R.N., he specialized in running intensive care units and emergency rooms and developed a high level of grace under pressure. As a conference videographer, he’s shot more than 100 major conferences across the country and internationally, in cities such as Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Montreal, Acapulco, Las Vegas, Miami, Houston, Dallas, Washington DC and New Orleans. Brian’s conference expertise includes managing multiple rooms for slide-and-audio capture as well as video, slides and audio. Brian is also a DSLR expert, and his personal relationships with prominent video experts nationwide assist him in his position as Programs Director for the New England Videographers Association.