Design Team

Senior Design Staff

Parrot Film Co. makes it a priority to utilize the newest motion design software, techniques, and training. If we design your ad one of these fine folks will be actively involved in the process, bringing years of experience and skill to the table.

BryceBryce Bridges

Bryce Bridges was born into a creative industry family and has worked for years inside the visual communication and media industries in many different roles. He began working in radio at the age of 13 as a Board Op and eventually becoming an on-air personality, then leaving radio at the age of 22 to pursue rock and roll. Music led to his becoming a Photographer (commercial, editorial, and advertising), Creative Director, Magazine Publisher, Editor in Chief, Photo Editor, Creative Consultant and Art Director. He has taught college level visual communication and photography as well as working internationally in both the magazine world and commercial photography.
An avid lover and practitioner of music, design, photography and philosophy his clients include Rolling Stone Magazine, Time, People, New York Times, HDR Architecture, Bell Pottinger, Carnegie Mellon, Texas A and M, Spin Magazine and Corbis among others.

ChrisChris Radloff

A Northwest Iowa native, Chris Radloff is an Eagle Scout, has a degree in history, served in the Iowa Army National Guard, and played in various rock and blues bands throughout the Midwest. He found a love for graphic design in the late 1980s and worked 15 years as Art Director before beginning his own design and photography company, which he successfully ran for many years.

Radloff began doing design work for Parrot Film in 2007.

He has been an active volunteer in many area nonprofits over the years including leadership roles in the Patriot Guard Riders, American Legion Riders, and Leadership Siouxland, and was recently inducted into the Iowa Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. His hobbies include bass guitar, photography, puttering about his acreage with his dogs, and refusing to answer his phone.

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