Graffiti Music Studios, the audio production and music recording facilities at Video Arts Studios, is a tapeless, digital environment designed by world-renowned New York designer, John Storyk. All studios are equipped with digital workstations, and sport a full-compliment of microphones, keyboards and samplers. Regional and national artists as well as corporations have utilized Graffiti Studios for recording and original music production.


 

Hired Gums is the vocal arm of Video Arts, offering the finest voice-over talent pool in the region. There are no renewals or royalties, the session is a straight buyout for you to use in any market for as long as you like. Hired Gums engineers have been recording and producing voice over sessions for over 25 years, serving a variety of clients throughout the country including Discovery Health Channel, Microsoft, Thomson Reuters, Bobcat and Subway.


 

 

 

 

Flickerfield is the award winning documentary and television programming subsidiary of Video Arts Studios. Flickerfield boasts a substantial and diverse list of successful productions including, “House of Babies” and “Births beyond Belief” for Discovery Health Channel,  “Monster Quest” for History Channel, as well as a variety of programs for the Hallmark Channel and The Learning Channel.

Flickerfield has also produced award winning documentaries such as “Dare to Do” the inspirational profile of President Theodore Roosevelt, and “The Road to Little Rock” the story of the Little Rock Nine and Judge Ronald Davies’ landmark civil rights court decisions. Coming in the Fall of 2017 is the documentary titled “The Mission of Herman Stern” which tells the true story of how one man rescued 125 people from Natzi Germany.