Expressions in Video is a full service, award-winning, Austin video production company owned and operated in Austin, Texas since 1987. For over 30 years, we’ve specialized in high-end video production, video post production and film transfer. We bring a wide range of services to film and video production.
It all started in our apartment by transferring old home movies on film to video. Those were really fun days. We can still remember the Christmas rush and the flood of people needing home movies transferred to video in time for Christmas.
We loved being able to help families relive their happiest moments. There’s no greater joy in life. Eventually we got too many requests for a small team to handle.
Then we began to grow. Fast.
We began producing independent films, developing high-end commercials and corporate campaigns for clients like Carino’s, Dell and Chevron.
After a while we discovered something shocking.
Every project has one thing in common.
Maybe it was all those years of developing precious memories that taught us that it’s the heart of the project that is important. It taught us that the joy you have with your family isn’t something that can be replaced. Once you pass that moment it’s gone forever. And all you’re left with is a memory.
Whether it’s archiving photos, transferring old home movies to DVD or writing an ad campaign for the latest Dell computer roll out… the goal is the same: Make them laugh, make them cry, get them excited… Give them an EXPERIENCE.
Over the years our client list has grown. We’ve done work for Seventh Generation, The University of Texas, Sonic, Nike, Whole Foods and many others.
But you know what? We still transfer people’s old home movies to DVD, because the story, no matter how big or small, can be life changing. You can’t replace some things in life. You can’t replace your first steps, or your first Christmas. Some things just get lost in time and we take great pride in helping you get those memories back
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.’”