Hello Crossroads!

Playback + Productions has a new address.  1730 Broadway.  Just a water-balloon launch from the Kaufman Performing Arts Center.  Just kidding.  But seriously, we're dangerously close and we've moved into a great spot.  It's called Phosphor Studio & Gallery.  A completely redesigned building for video production and office space featuring a 20' wide by 14' tall white wall.  Or green. or blue.  Whatever is needed.  It's a fully equipped studio with a conference room. kitchen, and dressing room.  Plus a lot of cool art on the walls.  And whenever you need a break, there's a rooftop deck with one of the best views of the Crossroads, in well, the Crossroads.

Playback + Productions has taken over an office in this shangrala in what we would consider a perfect fit. Not only for the location and the facilities and possibilities, but for the other businesses that are also calling Phosphor Studio & Gallery their home.  Jason Orr, the owner of the building runs Phosphor Interactive, a Web Design company specializing in full-on e-commerce web-sites, and Royce Diamond who is owner of R.O.A.M (Random Acts of Music), an audio engineer and local rap artist.  Add those two to the equation with Playback + Productions, working together under one roof, and you've got a one-stop destination for high-quality video productions like commercials, corporate and training videos, web videos, live steaming video, and anything else that needs to be captured on video.

And don't forget, Playback + Productions also provides VTR playback on video shoots.  An all HD capture with immediate playback system that has served hundreds of shoots from commercials to feature length movies.

So thanks for dropping by. Whether you're here for information on video production, editing & motion graphics, video assist, copy, layout, & design, or equipment rental, you'll find it all here.  Feel free to browse around.  If you have the time, i highly recommend checking out my collection of viral web videos that make me laugh, and my top 10 comedies of all time.

And of course, if you're in the neighborhood, stop on by.