WHO WE ARE
Tonal Vision is a woman-owned video and music production company in Baltimore, MD who have mastered the art of storytelling. We work with small businesses, cause-related organizations, and performers to create high quality video messages that promote their cause, their passion, and their livelihood.
Meet the Team
Jacquie GreffPresident | Producer
- 410.675.0591 [office]
- 410.963.4177 [mobile]
After spending 21 years at Procter & Gamble, Jacquie wanted a way to be closer to her husband Kraig’s music. Preferring to be well-prepared, she already had an MBA and a law degree, but also went for an MA in Producing Film & Video. Video production proved to be more than just a family affair, but her passion led to her run the growing company and save TIVA-DC (that’s a long story).
Kraig B. GreffComposer | Musician | Audio Engineer
- 410.675.0591 [office]
- 443.570.0632 [mobile]
While most kids were watching cartoons or riding bikes, Kraig was studying classical accordion. With more than a lifetime’s worth of musical experience under his belt, Kraig has toured with Barry White and Diana Ross and performed classical accordion with the Baltimore Symphony. In 1990, Kraig founded Tonal Vision, producing original music and providing audio post-production for film and video. Under the brilliant guidance of his wife, Tonal Vision expanded to video production, giving Kraig time to build his band, The Crawdaddies.
Mya MontgomeryWriter | Videographer | Editor | Photographer
In mid-2017, Mya Montgomery, a Towson University graduate, reached out to us hoping for some freelance work. She was in luck, as longtime Creative Director Frank Tybush had just accepted a position in New York. We snapped her up quickly. Mya already had experience working on local commercials, indie shorts and music videos, and was looking to sharpen her writing experience. Since working for Tonal Vision, she has also honed her videography, photography and editing skills.
Kim ShapiroDance Producer | Videographer | Editor
Kim's life-long love of dance gives her a unique understanding of movement, perspective and dynamics that she applies to her editing and videography. After spending years working with Jacquie at Procter & Gamble, Kim helped pioneer our venture into filming live dance. She is now co-producer of our video for dance program and our lead theatrical editor. Although Kim loves to learn and experience new challenges, her teammates also appreciate her patient good humor, flexibility and reliability.
Another Towson University alum, Eduardo has extensive experience working with a number of Maryland based media groups. Through his years of videography, he has learned to quickly adapt to any challenge you throw his way. His skills aren’t limited to video but extend to a wide-ranging knowledge of audio and lighting. Eduardo is even a great salesman with even greater hair.
Penny & JoeyMascots
Not officially on the payroll, these two nevertheless contribute greatly to some of our productions. Penny (in brown) is the extrovert of the pair, greeting people at the door and helping them feel welcome. She is always there for our "Mice in the Attic" performances, often joining the interviews and then sleeping during the music. Joey (black) is the introvert, barking at visitors and then hiding, playing hard to get with would-be admirers.