You might ask why not just have a co-worker create the business video or a friend or family member record the event? But then ask yourself whether you want your company’s brand damaged by a badly recorded corporate video or your memory of an important event tarnished because the video is out of focus. For the things that matter, you want a professional, someone with experience.
For over 30 years, The Studio Video Facilities has proudly provided numerous clients with a wide variety of reliable, personalized video services provided in a timely and cost-effective manner. We provide business clients with corporate videos (for websites, promotions, seminars, etc.) that increase their visibility among their potential customers, providing an edge over the competition. We also record various events and personal projects (everything from weddings to theatrical productions) so that your important experiences can be preserved and then revisited again and again.
We’re dedicated to delivering great value. We provide personalized professional services on time and on budget. Each client is treated as the most important one we have. We listen to what you want and respond accordingly, never satisfied until we’ve made certain your video needs are met.
It was in the 1970s that David Cooperstone produced his first super 8 film, George the Mouse. Two years later, he began a 9-year career as a film technician and film teacher. In 1978, David’s film Overlay became one of the top 12 films in the first Toronto Super 8 Film Festival, Motion Magazine also selected it as one of the top five super 8 films of 1977.
David is involved in the videography industry in many other ways as well. He’s been an active member of the Vancouver Video Production Club for 25 years and a member of the BCPVA (British Columbia Professional Videographers) since its inception in 1995. He has served on the executive for the last 13 years and is now President.
David has taught video at such Metro Vancouver institutes as the Vancouver School Board, Langara, UBC and BCIT and conducted workshops and seminars at a wide variety of venues. He has served as the local company representative for a leading video equipment manufacturer and a technical consulted for another. He has been a featured speaker and presenter at video and business conferences. In addition, David has contributed articles to various publications.
It was this love of video that inspired David, and his wife Andrea, to create The Studio Video Facilities in 1985. The company has provided David’s creative side with an entrepreneur outlet and allows other people to enjoy the work he can do for them. Over the years, David has filmed over 2,000 events and 300 wedding and created more than 200 corporate videos!
Whether creating videos himself or showing others how to follow in his footsteps, David is always engaged with the video industry on numerous levels. His passion is to provide his clients with the best service and product possible.