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ABOUT US

Once upon a time... a boy met a girl while working at a job, a video production job...

...and boy is that a story, but we'll save that for another time.

We love to tell stories!  And along with the talented individuals that make up a team of seasoned professionals we provide quality talent and skills to every Eyelight project.

What's your story? 

Give us a call... We'd love to hear it! 

PRINCIPLE MEMBERS

TRACY ZOFKIE-PELINI

Tracy is an award winning producer and editor who continually brings her creativity and quality work ethic to broadcast and corporate projects. After logging more than 20 years over several areas of the video industry she offers seasoned experience while still continuing to discover new and inventive ideas for all of her projects.

Her portfolio includes national sports programming, weekly broadcasting, commercials,

training and safety videos, music videos,

corporate communications, along with

social media marketing and promotional videos.

When not working she is often found enjoying time with her family, working with local civic groups,

or taking some time to simply enjoy

a cocktail with good friends.

CHUCK PELINI

Chuck loves his job, plain and simple!  He has spent the past two decades producing national sports programming, commercial spots, as well as a variety of other productions.
Since 1988 Chuck has worked in many aspects of video production including producing, directing, editing and writing. He has produced thousands of commercials and hundreds of long-form projects that have taken him from coast-to-coast - including the history making, “Image of an Assassination: A New Look at the Zapruder Film" and “The History of Coca-Cola” documentary.

A lover of history, Chuck spends some of his

free time serving on the Advisory Board

for the Village of Orland Park History Museum.  And once spring rolls around he can often

be found on the baseball fields helping

to coach his sons' baseball teams.