Joe Schutz joined Randle Communications in May 2019 and currently serves as a multimedia producer overseeing the firm’s expanding video production practice. In this role, Schutz supports with each phase of the content development process for all Randle clients and marketing initiatives, turning the message delivery process into an engaging visual experience.
Schutz leads the production of several different video content models for Randle clients including news style, explainer, animated, feature, marketing and testimonials. Most notably, Schutz led the production of Behavioral Health Champions, a video series interviewing 12 members of the California Legislature.
Schutz’s experience stems from his time at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism with a focus on broadcast video production. While in school, Schutz produced several of the university’s popular television shows, including Mustang Gameday, Poly Playbook and Cal Poly Television, as well as the short film “Guards” that was featured at the 2018 San Luis Obispo Film Festival.
Before joining Randle, Schutz was an audiovisual intern for the Sacramento Kings, providing event and video production support. He additionally interned for KCRA News 3 and Lockton Insurance Brokers in Sacramento.
In his free time, Schutz enjoys playing basketball and beach volleyball, adventuring with his dog, Gunther, and hanging out with family and friends. His favorite Sacramento Kings player is Harry Giles and he is confident the Kings will win the 2024 NBA title.