Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan; Chase developed an interest for video during his high-school broadcasting class. He attended the Art Institute of Atlanta for video production before moving to Chicago in 2009. After freelancing in the city for clients like Homedics, The Marley Kids Foundation, The 101 Dalmatians Musical, Fresco21, Sherton Hotels and The Peninsula Hotel… he was hired into Zacuto’s assembly/shipping department; working his way up to manager of the video department. His high-standards for product promotion and educational content caught the eye of B&H Photo/Video who approached Zacuto to create their own original content. After assisting on several of Zacuto Films’ midwest Emmy-winning shows, Chase co-produced the short documentary “Cole Soul” with Zacuto Films founders, Steve Weiss and Jens Bogehegn.
In 2012 Chase founded Wolfcastle Productions which produced promotional content for Glossed and Found, Confederate Motorcycles, Chicago United Riders, The Ecuador Tourism Board and many more. Outside of his professional life, Chase enjoys volunteer work ranging from Lurie’s Children’s Hospital to the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. As well as co-administering one of the largest motorcycle riding communities in Chicago, Chicago United Riders.