Based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Bedrock Creative Media offers video production, graphic design, and other creative storytelling services to nonprofits and small businesses. We believe in working hand-in-hand with our clients to specifically craft your message to reach the correct audience. Bringing dedication and originality to each project, we tailor our approach to fit your needs and desires.
Bedrock Creative Media was founded in 2017, and we are excited to be on the forefront of digital media creation. We pride ourselves on creating compelling storytelling that will last our clients for years to come!
Our Core Values.
Authentic.We strive for authenticity because we believe that a personal interview resonates more strongly with the audience than scripted dialogue – and that personal connection is what drives people to become more engaged with you!
Simple. We also believe simplicity is a virtue. We want to cut the jargon and get to the heart of the story using clear, concise, and accessible language. We won’t waste the audience’s time, we want to get right down to what’s important!
Craft. We strongly value the importance of craft. Well-crafted products are essential to creating the type of story that will make your business shine. It comes down to a fierce desire to put our best foot forward, both for our clients and also for ourselves.
Get in touch.
We at Bedrock Creative Media know that finding the design team to execute your vision is a choice not to be taken lightly. That’s why we offer free consultations to walk you through your needs, the scope of your goals, and your budget.
Owner + Filmmaker
Craig Weflen is a Sioux Falls filmmaker working daily to tell authentic stories about the people, places, and projects shaping our community. In 2017, Craig founded Bedrock Creative Media. The winner of several filmmaking awards, he is particularly proud of the 2016 Top of Texas Award from the Interurban Film Festival for his documentary film “Bonton + Ideal,” the story of two formerly segregated neighborhoods in South Dallas. Craig’s work has been featured in The Atlantic’s CityLab, The Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, and others. His work has also been broadcast on PBS and has screened at film festivals and conferences across the country.
As a self-taught filmmaker, Craig brings a unique sensibility to community-based storytelling, having founded a Media department at the Texas-based nonprofit buildingcommunityWORKSHOP. This work included leading the Neighborhood Stories program, a research and documentation project that celebrates local identity, history, and culture. The Neighborhood Stories program was a Place by Design Award Finalist at SXSW Eco 2013 and was received an Honorable Mention Award from the SEED Network in 2014. Craig is a returned AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America), and a past fellow at buildingcommunityWORKSHOP. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Architectural Design from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.