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Welcome to tabletop productions aka KrauseVideo, a digital production and imaging studio run by Jim Krause. The pandemic has thrown us all into new territory, but we’re still taking pictures and producing videos, in as safe a manner as possible.

We’re currently working on an hour-long documentary on the historic Buskirk-Chumley Theatre (aka the Indiana Theatre) for our local PBS affiliate, WTIU. The show will premiere in November 2022.

Over the summer we produced a live multi-camera concert for Carrie Newcomer shot on location at Airtime Studios. Here’s My Dog, a song clip from the concert.

Last December we produced a short promo for The Stone Age Institute.

In summer 2021, we helped Monika Herzig capture a live performance recorded at Airtime Studios. The live session was sent to fans in Germany, in lieu of a postponed concert.

We also provided sculptor, Dale Enochs with a one-shot artist talk about his new, larger than life piece called, Stride. It was installed at the Northwest YMCA in Bloomington, Indiana.


Tabletop Productions is run by Jim Krause, who has been creating innovative video projects for more than 30 years. In addition to producing videos and photography, Jim Krause has been teaching at Indiana University since 1999, now a faculty member in the Media School. He is a composer, musician, sailor, and outdoorsman. He has led seminars and workshops, and teaches advanced production classes including Multi-Camera TV Studio Production, Cinematography, Program Graphics and Animation, Video Field and Post-Production, and Documentary Production. Jim holds degrees in Telecommunications, Audio Technology and Education/Instructional Systems Technology.






This is not a blog

The Art of Water

I do volunteer work for Friends of Lake Monroe. They are a local not-for-profit group working to keep Lake Monroe fishable, swimmable and drinkable for years to come. Here’s a poster I created for their November exhibit, the Art of Water.


Interested or have a question? Drop me a line or send me an email.

Jim Krause
PO Box 313
Bloomington, IN 47402


(812) 332-1005