Beryl Terry

Buddy Terry is a filmmaker and cinematographer, born in Portland and raised in rural Saint Helens Oregon, who draws inspiration from growing up in a small-town. As a producer, Buddy’s creative work aims to challenge ideological preconceptions, and advance craft convention. As a trained anthropologist Buddy holds the philosophy that one’s understanding of the world is directly influenced by their environment, and can be subsequently narrowed as a result. His work ranges from commercial multimedia production to long form ethnography and documentary films, most recently with Reveal, the Center for Investigative Reporting. Buddy is currently a second year pursuing a masters of documentary film at the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. 

Portfolio: @buddyterry |


  • Masters of Documentary Film - U.C Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

  • BA Oregon State University - Magna Cum Laude 18' - Cultural Anthropology - Writing minor


  • GSR & Producer - Berkeley SETI Research Center

  • GSI - Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

  • Producer - The Oregon Bridge Podcast

  • Cinematographer & Producer - @Buddyterry

  • The PARR Company - Content Curator & Media Producer


  • Oregon State University - Magna Cum Laude

  • CSA Outstanding Senior Award 18' - OSU Anthro.

  • Elks Teen of the Year - St. Helens High

  • Most Inspirational Male Student - Class of 2014


  • Oaklandside - Meet the Owner of the Grand Lake Theatre

  • Oregon's Best Emerging Writers: Anthology
    Jan 13, 2019 Z-Publishing House

  • Oregon's Best Emerging Poets : Anthology
    publication dateJun 12, 2018 Z-Publishing House

  • Oregon State "PRISM" Magazine
    Oct 15, 2017 PRISM

    Photograph "Night Sky"

  • Oregon State "PRISM" Magazine
    Jul 12, 2017

    Creative Non-Fiction
    "The Guy Up Front"


  • University of California Berkeley Alumni Association

  • Oregon State University Alumni Association


Equity, International Relations, Media Innovation, Politics, Social Justice, Social Media, Technology and Human Rights