If you're a filmmaker looking for dynamic cinematography, David Layton and the Picturebox camera team can help achieve your vision, with state-of-the-art cameras, lenses, and lighting.
Picturebox has a team of the best motion graphics artists in Austin. Need titles for your new documentary, graphics for your branding video, or fully animated characters and stories? We've got you covered.
Coming to Austin in need of a trusted production team? Picturebox can provide you with the support you're looking for - quality crews, premiere equipment and reliable logistics.
Picturebox has partnered with Moontower Comedy Fest since 2012, producing dozens of videos featuring interviews with the industry’s top comedians, festival highlights, and backstage antics.
Mike Nicholson and the Picturebox animation team worked with filmmaker Leah Wolchok on this 2016 Emmy Award winning documentary to show how the infamous New Yorker cartoons reflect life in NYC and beyond.
An exploration into the artistic process, director Sam Douglas’ Through the Repellent Fence interprets, engages, and draws inspiration from our natural world. David Layton’s cinematography takes viewers deep into these striking land art environments.
Fusing old photographs with new imagery creates this magical opening title sequence for director Micah Barbers’ fantasy adventure film Into The Who Knows.
To visualize Samantha Grant’s acclaimed story of plagiarism at the New York Times, Picturebox’s Mike Nicholson created a series of animations showing how words and ideas can be lifted from one place to another.
Working with a minimal crew in a small town in southeast Louisiana, producers Kevin Smith and David Layton brought to life a fascinating story of local townspeople and their hospital.
Shooting with a combination of drones, handheld cameras, and an advanced camera stabilization system, we’ve captured the stories behind America’s most inspiring small businesses for the last three seasons of this Hulu series.
Featuring breathtaking cinematography of remarkable Louisiana bayous and waterways, director Don Howard’s By the River of Babylon delves into a unique culture and environment that is disappearing at an alarming rate.
The producers at Picturebox worked to capture the essence of Parkland Hospital’s trauma unit during daily operations, all while balancing the needs of the staff and their patients, which presented numerous logistical challenges.
Shooting in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, a documentary-style approach portrays the story of people rebuilding after one of 2017’s biggest storms.
The Picturebox studio features 1,400 (39’x36’) square feet of shooting space with 140 dedicated amps of power. We have a permanent cyc wall (20’x11’) that can be painted black, white, chroma key green or, with enough notice, any color you require. We also offer light and grip packages to handle all your studio shooting needs.