"We want to move people." That is the mission of Ninja Cat Productions. Ultimately we want to make them feel, whether it causes laughter, hope or even tears. The best way to move people to action is to get them emotionally involved.

Available internationally, Ninja Cat Productions makes films and videos for non-profit and corporate companies, educational institutions, as well as musicians and artists of any kind.

With almost 20 years of industry experience, we have the technical and creative understanding to do any job, regardless of the size of the project or the size of the screen you want to show it on.

Whether you are starting from the very beginning or you already have an idea in mind, we can turn it into something impactful and moving for your audience.

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Michael Butler heads up Ninja Cat Productions, but please don't mistake him for an actual ninja. He is unlikely to be able to help you sneak into the penthouse of a heavily guarded skyscraper without being detected. Now, making it look like you successfully completed this mission is a completely different story. The things you can do on screen are only limited by your imagination, which is why Michael thinks this is the best job in the world ... even better than being a real ninja.

Michael is often described as a calming force and easy to work with on any project. It can be a stressful industry at times, but when the pressure is on, Michael becomes even more focused and relaxed, not completely unlike a ninja.

Don't take his calm demeanor as a lack of caring though, he is incredibly passionate about what he does and his colleagues have taken notice. His work has helped garner 17 regional EMMY Awards, a national Edward R. Murrow Award, as well as the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award, which is the equivalent to the Pulitzer Prize for broadcast television.

Michael likes to take long walks in the mountains, try new foods and interact with all of the amazing people that share this planet. He doesn't have many dislikes, but his number one is probably talking about himself; especially in the third person.