Redtail Media LLC, founded in 2006, is a partnership between Chris Burke, Jared Cotton and Brian Dickett.  The company focuses on telling compelling stories in an engaging visual style (and having a good time while we do it).  Our work spans broadcast, documentary, and web formats.

In 2009, Redtail won an Emmy for the documentary Bloody Thursday, which told the history of the violent struggle to form the Longshoreman's Union during the Great Depression.

Current projects include the hit series Brew Dogs for NBC Universal's Esquire Network, now entering its third season, and Dogs of War for A&E, which Cotton and Burke Executive Produce along with Custom Productions' Steve Stockman,

Redtail co-created Discovery’s hit The Devils Ride with Custom, establishing the look and feel of one of television's grittiest reality series and producing the show open and graphics packages in house.  Cotton and Burke also recently collaborated with Marc Summers Productions and Custom Productions to produce the Food Network primetime series $24 in 24.

In addition to their television work, Cotton, Burke and Dickett are die-hard evangelists for America's flourishing craft beer movement, producing content for industry leaders like Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and Alaskan Brewing Company, and video, creative strategy and photography for Anchor Brewing Company.