Beth Cloutier


Beth Cloutier

Beth Cloutier is a San Francisco Bay Area Virtual Tour and Live Stream Producer, Director of Photography and 360 Pano-Photographer/Videographer  whose work is included in permanent museum collections and has been a part of award-winning TV, commercial and documentary productions.

A National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (The Emmy’s) board member, Beth has produced and directed over 180 live streams since March 2020 as well as many TV series and feature documentaries since 2003.

Beth’s TV and film credits include the feature documentary “The Advocates” playing across the country in select theaters, “Stranger Fruit”, one of the top ten films in SXSW 2017 and now showing on all major streaming platforms, the music documentary “Last Stand at Dodge”“Borderline” and “Suitcase of Love and Shame”. Beth’s television series work has been for CNN “The Sixties”, PBS three-part TV series “A Path Appears” and the PBS online series “Not In Our Town”, A&E “Breakout Kings”, Discovery Channel “Bounty Wars”, Food Network’s “Chopped” as well as the “Restaurant Divided” pilot, which became a multi-episode TV series. Beth is the founder of the online music video series Local Music Channel.

Beth’s has Produced, Directed and DP’d commercial and corporate video projects for Disney, Google, YouTube, Toyota, Volvo, Wish, Revlon, Torrid, Virgin Mobile and UCHAPS to name a few.

Beth is a Virtual Tour Creator and Producer who designs virtual tours for businesses. This new medium helps businesses create compelling virtual spaces where online shoppers and viewers spend more time engaged than on a standard website. Over 89% of Millennial engage with a virtual tour website. Contact Beth for creating a stunning virtual tour for your business.

Beth teaches filmmaking and cinematography workshops around the country and has been an adjunct professor at Emerson College.