All of our commercials are shot on state-of-the-art digital cinema cameras, with beautiful cinema style lighting and  edited on a power Avid Symphony edit system for a  high-end look.   Our productions look more expensive than they cost.


But it takes more than expensive equipment to make a commercial look great.    As a trained cinematographer,  I'll use over 30 years of experience and expertise to give your commercial a great l00k while keeping within your budget.

Terry Snyder

Terry Snyder brings over 30 years experience to commercial television production.   He began his career as a television reporter and producer and went on a earn an MFA from the prestigious University of Southern California School of Cinema.   

Before starting his own own production company, he wrote, produced and directed films, documentaries, commercials, and corporate videos in New York and Los Angeles.  He has taught film and television production at major colleges and universites.  

He is also a sought after narrator with hundreds of voice-over and narration credits.

I started my company based on a simple philosophy…that every business deserves a professional, creative and effective commercial for their business.   But this can often be challenging in smaller and medium markets under tight budgets.

I’ve done hundred of high-end productions in career, and I can tell you that a great looking commercial doesn’t always require a Hollywood budget.  I’ll use all my experience and creativity to help sell your product, communicate with your customers, and build your business--while working within your budget.  

We don’t do “cookie-cutter” productions.  I’ll work with you to create a unique television production to meet your objectives. 

We know television...but you're the expert on your business.   I always take the time to listen to your needs and concerns.  We don’t shoot until you’re comfortable with our approach.

"A Great Looking Commercial doesn't require a Hollywood Budget"


Television & Video Production

Capabilities - "It don't mean a thing if it aint on that screen..."