Front Office

Chris Kirby
Video Director

Biography

Now in his 26th season overall with the Packers, Chris Kirby enters his fourth season as the team’s video director.

Kirby joined the Packers as an intern in 1992 before being hired full time as a video assistant in January 1993. He served in that capacity until he was promoted to assistant video director in 2001.

In his current position, Kirby oversees the various department processes that provide coaches, scouts and players with the video content and tools necessary in talent acquisition, training and self and opponent scouting. In addition, he also produces numerous motivational and highlight videos for the team.

Over the past two decades, Kirby successfully helped the Packers transition through three major format and software upgrades to NFL video – analog tape to digital tape, digital tape to non-linear SD, and network SD to full HD.

Today, the video department manages content on various video networks, allowing the players and coaches to watch film anywhere on their iPads, laptops and other mobile devices.

In addition to two decades of NFL games, Kirby also has shot numerous postseason games, including the 2001 Senior Bowl, the 2005 Cactus Bowl, the 2008, 2012, 2013 and 2016 Pro Bowls, and Super Bowls XXXI and XLV.

Born June 8, 1965, at Tachikawa Air Base in Japan, Kirby earned a B.S. in communications (radio/television/film) from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. He and his wife, Beth, reside in De Pere with their three boys, Mason, Landon and Brennan.

Now in his 26th season overall with the Packers, Chris Kirby enters his fourth season as the team’s video director.

Kirby joined the Packers as an intern in 1992 before being hired full time as a video assistant in January 1993. He served in that capacity until he was promoted to assistant video director in 2001.

In his current position, Kirby oversees the various department processes that provide coaches, scouts and players with the video content and tools necessary in talent acquisition, training and self and opponent scouting. In addition, he also produces numerous motivational and highlight videos for the team.

Over the past two decades, Kirby successfully helped the Packers transition through three major format and software upgrades to NFL video – analog tape to digital tape, digital tape to non-linear SD, and network SD to full HD.

Today, the video department manages content on various video networks, allowing the players and coaches to watch film anywhere on their iPads, laptops and other mobile devices.

In addition to two decades of NFL games, Kirby also has shot numerous postseason games, including the 2001 Senior Bowl, the 2005 Cactus Bowl, the 2008, 2012, 2013 and 2016 Pro Bowls, and Super Bowls XXXI and XLV.

Born June 8, 1965, at Tachikawa Air Base in Japan, Kirby earned a B.S. in communications (radio/television/film) from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. He and his wife, Beth, reside in De Pere with their three boys, Mason, Landon and Brennan.