Nice to Meet You!
I'm Megan Rayo, RAYO meaning LIGHTNING in Spanish, and I'm the proud owner of Lightning Creative.
Lightning Creative began as a way to capture this fascinating world and the people who inhabit it. I believe cameras are capable of telling the most compelling stories, and I can't wait to hear yours.
At Lightning Creative, we join with our clients to understand their ideas and bring them to life. We make videos & photos to elevate your brand, deliver your message, and make an impression.
I'm proud to be a female business owner and even prouder to collaborate with a talented network of video pros in the Pacific Northwest. It takes a village to create stunning visual work, and I couldn't do it without the skills & hard work of my colleagues.
Meet the Lightning Creative partners below!
Cody comes from the Emerald City of Seattle, but he's far from green when it comes to filmmaking! A graduate of the film program at University of Colorado, Boulder, Cody has been making films professionally for over a decade, and he owns his own production company, Freebuilt Films. Fun fact: Cody once trained to be in the Junior Olympics for weightlifting!
Otherwise known as, the "Adam Levine of Australia," this is Marc Rotse. He looks great in tuxes, but if you haven't seen him in a speedo, you're missing out. Marc is the crazy-talented lead cinematographer and owner of Portland wedding film company, Moving Pictures. For commercial work, he runs Lightbox Filmworks. Check out his stuff––it's really good!
Jason runs post-production for Lightning Creative, and when he's not editing up Pure Magic, you can find him attempting to cook crazy-hard recipes or faithfully riding public transit to somewhere interesting. He is the first friend that Megan ever made in Portland, and he doesn't normally look as broody as his photo leads one to believe.
If you've never met anyone from Kentucky, you should meet Donny Mays. Photography is his game, but you can also find him at the bowling alley rolling turkeys and taking names.
Donny specializes in elopement photography so if you're a runaway romantic, this is the guy to capture you
When Zach's not on assignment with the National Guard, you can usually find him nerding out on photo equipment, one of the many reasons we love working with him so much. We once argued, I mean, discussed, for at least 15 minutes on how geographic latitudes relate to the best sunset and sunrise light. We'll probably talk about it again and again, and I'm okay with that.