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GREAT STORIES, WELL TOLD

About Us

Splash Studios creates innovative and eye-catching content with an emphasis on impact. Our formula is simple; take fascinating, diverse characters and situations and present them in the most compelling way possible.

Proudly Brooklyn-based, the company’s three Executive Producers bring decades of experience to each project. Peter Levin and Barbara Parks founded Splash in 1996 as an audio post production facility. Writer and filmmaker John Philp joined the team in 2012, as Splash grew into a full-service production company. In a highly competitive industry, Splash has earned a reputation as exceptional storytellers whose work stands out from the pack.

Splash produces content across a wide variety of platforms, from theatrical and broadcast to streaming and VR. Our team of professionals can handle every aspect of production, from development to delivery. Services include story conception, budgeting, script writing, storyboarding, cinematography, location sound recording, picture and sound editing, audio mixing, graphics, animation, branding and delivery. Let us tell your story!

FEATURED WORK

PPA Capital Campaign (2014)
PPA Capital Campaign (2014)
A fundraising video produced for the Pinelands Preservation Alliance, a nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to preserving the Pine Barrens of New Jersey.
From Harlem to Compton (2016)
From Harlem to Compton (2016)
A short documentary that follows NDS, a New York-based non-profit legal firm, as it attempts to open a California office.
Tamer Seckin Tribute (2017)
Tamer Seckin Tribute (2017)
A video tribute to Dr. Tamer Seckin, founder of the Endometriosis Foundation of America
Got 90 Seconds? ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Got 90 Seconds? ​Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
A 90-second animated video that illustrates what makes the Scientific American: Psychology textbook unique.
Overkill (2013)
Overkill (2013)
A sizzle reel about Overkill, a cutting-edge design firm that builds customized vehicles and large-scale environmental art.
Christina Santhouse, Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Christina Santhouse, Scientific American: Psychology​ (2014)
Christina had radical brain surgery to relieve childhood seizures. Part of a series that profiles real people with extraordinary stories.

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