Affordable Music Video Production in Houston

Moving image Studio News   •   October 2, 2014


Moving image Studios partnered with Vintage Production Group recently to produce a new music video titled “BIG” for the Junior Gordon Band. Houston Press Magazine awarded it Best Local Music Video. Roy Schneider at Vintage Productions Group was hired to produce the video and Moving image Studios provided camera gear and crew. Shot entirely on our new Red 4K Cinema Camera, the video also makes extensive use of our Steadicam and Jib. The video’s storyline depicts an up and coming singer who is destined to make it to the big time. The video’s exteriors  were shot on a beautiful estate near Alvin, Texas. The interior dance scenes were shot at a nearby dance hall using a large number of extras as line dancers.

Junior Gordon Band- Take Two!

Moving image Studios also wrapped production of Jr. Gordon’s newest Music Video “Country Loving.”  This is the second music video Moving image and Vintage Production Group have teamed up to produce. The video is being offered to several major recording studios and labels. It is currently doing very well on the Texas Country Charts. “Country Loving” tells the story of a young bull rider and his girlfriend. Filmed near Alvin, Texas with the actual bull riding scenes shot at the Brazoria County Fairgrounds. Moving image employed its Steadicam and 18 foot Portajib to capture the action of the bull riding scenes. Aerial footage using the Phantom 4 Drone was used to film the beautiful picnic scenes near the lake. 

A New York Music Video Shoots in Houston

Moving image Studios partnered with New York based D’vour Music Enterprises to produce the latest release by V.S. titled- “Love Control.” Jim Coulter, Head of Production at Moving image, shot the video using the Red 4K Cinema Camera and posted in full 4K resolution. The producers reached out to Moving image because of our significantly lower rates compared to shooting the video in New York. The video tells the story of a man that just cannot stay true to one woman. Steadicam was used for the exterior scenes and filmed on the Rice University Campus. The interiors were shot at a nightclub near downtown Houston using a group of talented local dancers as extras.