San Francisco and Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2008
Digital Pickle, a leading provider of photo, video, audio, and film preservation services, had announced today the opening of its new studio in Southern California located within the Media Corridor in downtown Pasadena.
The new full service studio will serve customers in the Los Angeles metro area, Southern California and the Southwestern States and will provide the full slate of services that the San Francisco studio does.
Digital Pickle LA is led by Brian Traylor who is an independent film and video producer and a media restoration and preservation expert. A graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute, he had exhibited film and music in 14 countries around the world, and is the founder of the San Francisco super-8 club. Prior to Digital Pickle LA, Mr. Traylor had managed the Film department at Digital Pickle's San Francisco studio for the last 2 years.
For more information on Digital Pickle's LA studio please visit Digital Pickle LA.
"Many customers would like to develop closer and more direct relationships with our studio. Digital Pickle's answer to this need is to get physically closer to customers by expanding our network of studios. The Los Angeles studio will be able to build close working relationships with our customers and partners in Southern California, as well as serve customers in all the Southwestern States with shorter turn around times," Said Arik Paran, Digital Pickle's president. "Brian has the right experience and service orientation needed to lead the LA studio and both studios will work very closely to continue developing common methods and tools."
Digital Pickle is a leading provider of photo, video, audio, and film digitization, restoration, and preservation services. With studios in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California, Digital Pickle handles orders from nationwide customers and processes them only at our studios.