We’re a boutique commercial production company based in Santa Barbara, California. We help our clients create the stories they share with the world. We’re passionate about new ideas, new collaborations, and new methods of storytelling. We believe stories have the power to change the way people see things, the way they see themselves.
We view each new Venture Visuals project as a chance to produce something that can move and inspire. It doesn’t take a million dollar budget to create compelling content, and we stand behind every commitment we make. Can we execute? Absolutely. But we prefer to offer something more. A creative partnership – one that leads to a finished project infused with meaning it never had before.
Here are a handful of organizations we’ve partnered with…
American Golf Corp.
Duda Farm Fresh Foods
Ergon Bike Ergonomics
Santa Barbara Foundation
Montecito Bank & Trust
Axia Credit Card Processing
Tom is a shooting machine. And an editing machine. And a kindness machine. He’s like the Terminator if the Terminator’s mission was to love people and be great.
After many years directing and shooting commercials, documentaries, and music videos; Tom started Venture Visuals in 2005.
The veteran. If experience was Kung-Fu, Scott would have A LOT of Kung-Fu. Scott’s middle name is Brian, but we think Adventure is a better fit. Scott ‘Adventure’ Shiffman.
With 20+ years Hollywood experience, Scott has produced over a dozen films and several television series including CSI/CSI Miami.
We call Chris “The Wild Card”. His mind is always running – movies, music, Gollum, God, family, Boba Fett, burritos! We never said it was running in a straight line.
What the team has in production/technical expertise Chris rivals in creativity. His sense for story and comic timing come in handy!
If there were a Tye French in every country on Earth, the world would be a MUCH better place. Venture Visuals is fortunate to have a Tye French of our very own!
With Tye on the team, we’ve added additional Lighting, Camera and Technical abilities all wrapped up in one little Texan.