Team – Video Production Services

Audio Video Production Services DVD Blu-Ray Authoring and Transfers Comox BC

Brent Craven – President

Craven Studios has relocated to the beautiful Comox BC on Vancouver Island, after 7 amazing years in Vancouver BC.

In addition to running Craven Studios Video Production Services, Brent served as the Director of Technical Operations Manager for Descriptive Video Works since 2003. He was a key member to help build one of Canada’s largest Descriptive Video companies, providing over 6000 hours of audio description services to all of Canada’s major broadcasters, as well as hundreds of Feature Films.

Before launching Craven Studios, Brent Craven spent 3 years at Starpost Digital, where he worked as Senior Editor and Post Supervisor and completed various broadcast masters, including commercials, documentaries and infomercials.   Brent took pride in delivering quality work to clients, often above their expectations and was able to expand Starpost’s services to include infomercials, sub-titling and international deliveries.  At Starpost, Brent also gained invaluable experience in budgeting, office management and client relations.

Previously, Brent worked at Video Publishing Group for 6 years.  Here he gained experience with various formats of tape machines, DVD and editing systems before becoming a full time Editor, then a Senior Online Editor – charged with overseeing the other editors in the company.  While at VPG, Brent delivered over 300 broadcast masters, in various formats, including 4 television series, dozens of documentaries and countless music, corporate and promotional videos – several of which became award winners.

Before taking the VPG position, Brent studied in the Broadcast Communications (Television) program at BCIT.  In between years of study, a summer job at Campbell River’s CRTV-10, gave Brent the opportunity to produce, direct, shoot, edit and even host his own TV show, “Bobtv”.

Brent was first bitten by the audio video production services bug during 3 years of volunteer work at the local cable access station in Courtenay, where he was also involved in all aspects of production.