Trek Bikes

Trek is an awesome place to work, with amazing benefits for all employees. We build only products we love, provide incredible hospitality to our customers, and change the world by getting more people on bikes. When you’re on our team, you’re taken care of, encouraged to learn and grow, and given lots of opportunities to do so. Give us your best, and we’ll give it right back. Sound pretty sweet? Then come join us!

Position Details

Southwest Wisconsin
Waterloo, WI

The lead videographer lights and shoots a broad range of retailer training videos, product stories, and brand content, working closely with marketing and design teams to make the Trek brand look and feel amazing. You understand lifestyle brands. You’re focused on the big picture but have a great eye for detail. You are independent and driven, work fast, and can handle multiple projects at once. You roll with the punches on tricky shoots and under tight deadlines. You’re at home in the studio, but can shine in the field when needed. You’re a skilled craftsman behind the camera and in front of the computer. You thrive on collaboration with in-house and outside parties but can fly solo when the project requires. You’re always pushing for improvements and innovations in the work and the process.

Please include a reel or portfolio of work to be considered for this position.

Shooting/Lighting/Audio 70%

  • Plan, set up, and execute studio and field shoots, including shooting, lighting, and audio production.

Studio Management 15%

  • Maintain studio environment and equipment; recommend replacements and repairs as needed.

Concepting/Collaboration 10%

  • Work with video team and product marketing managers to develop creative outlines, storyboards, and production plans.

Editing & Post Production 5%

  • Edit quick turn videos, including color and audio mixing, for publishing on internal communications channels.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Plan, set up, and execute studio and location shoots, including shooting, lighting, and audio production
  • Ensure raw footage meets brand standards and is delivered on time according to our asset management process
  • Experiment with and push new studio aesthetics, including lighting methods and sets
  • Manage, organize, and maintain video studio and equipment
  • Arrange transport for equipment for shoots requiring travel 
  • Work with creative team and marketing managers to develop outlines, storyboards, and production plans


  • At least 3 years of experience as a videographer
  • Expert shooter with Sony FX3 or a7s I/II cameras and Sony FS7 camera
  • Experience lighting both studio and location shoots and operating audio production equipment
  • Knowledge of most video codecs and formats and the ability to ingest, transcode, and move between camera workflows and formats flawlessly
  • Experience producing creative briefs and storyboards
  • Proficiency with Adobe Premiere and After Effects, and some experience with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Knowledge of cycling culture/industry a plus

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