www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com COURTESY O ALLISON POTTER F LIGHTHOUSE FILMS
LTHOUGH based in Wilmington, the Walkers got their
start filming promotional videos for summer camps in
Maine. They ran everything from the basement of their
home for more than a decade.
“We got to work in our PJs and invite co-workers to eat dinner with
our family,” Andrea says. “But when it became difficult to fit five cars in
our driveway each day, we knew it was time to move out of the house.”
They moved their production company into a rented space inside a
coffee shop in 2014.
In 2018, their realtor called.
“There was a building he wanted us to see,” Andrea says.
It was the venerable Richter Building on North Fourth.
Above and opposite: Mid-century modern décor and furnishings frame
work and sitting areas against the backdrop of exposed historic ele-ments
from another era. Left: Paige Marsicano, equipment coordinator
of Lighthouse Films, Timmy Dwyer, a local filmmaker, and Brad Walker,
owner/director/director of photography of Lighthouse Films, prepare for
an out-of-town shoot in the equipment bay.