Los Angeles, California
With experience from big-budget major network shows (Goldbergs, Ray Donovan, and Castle) and commercial production (Wen, Dish Network, and Mally Beauty) to no-budget/nonprofit projects (UM Army, Youth For Christ, and The Dallas Museum of Art), with over 350 videos under their belt and 10 years of shooting and editing experience, Noah Sargent and his team of professionals have your high-end video needs covered.
Noah has been nominated for seven Lone Star Emmy Awards (two winners), and has won two Telly awards. Our company's work has been featured by BBC America, Pop Culture Blog for The Dallas Morning News, FX Luxe, and Cartermatt.
Don't take our word for it: Check them out for yourself in the links below.
"What it (the video) actually did was bring the house down. The guests that night — most of who politely and dutifully attend black-tie functions frequently — cheered and applauded like sports fans through the six-minute video, which was shot at the DMA and the penthouse of The Joule Hotel, the ball’s presenting sponsor. It played on three gigantic screens moments after everyone was seated in the dinner tent. Fake British accents, silly facial expressions, slapstick comedy: The video has it all, including intrigue, gossip and a cameo at the end that garnered the biggest whoops and hollers of the night. Pour a cup of tea, settle in and enjoy six minutes of self-deprecation."
-- Rob Brinkley
"We have what has to be one of the smartest museum advertisements that we’ve seen, at least to the extent that we would never be talking about the Dallas Museum of Art on a TV themed news site otherwise. The visuals on this parody are actually quite stunning (which you would certainly expect coming from an art museum), and while the acting and the British accents are at times rather corny, we have to applaud them for finding a new way to get the message out there rather than just some straightforward commercial."
-- Matt Carter Media
We know you have a lot of options for your video needs, but with our experience, positive attitude, and willingness to be flexible, we hope we can win your trust.
"For every 10 days working on paid gigs, I have committed to 1 day of unpaid, nonprofit videography work. Before videography was my full-time gig, this is how I got my experience, and I feel that ministries and churches receiving professional videos for free of charge is a great thing! It has also allowed me to make sure I'm not focused on just the money, and I'm using my skills for a bigger and better purpose. "
-- Noah Sargent
Noah has a university degree in radio television and film, professional-grade equipment, and experience in many aspects of production. He recently joined the cinematographers union and continues to work for both major network shows and independent projects.
His work includes the following:
* National and International Commercials
* Set experience on TV Shows (Fox, ABC, HBO, CBS, Showtime, Warner Brothers)
* Corporate videos
* Music videos
* Website videos
* Training videos
* Live events
* Sketch comedies
I have been in the industry since 2009.
2010 Loan Star Emmy Awards: The Republican Faceoff (Winner)
2010 Loan Star Emmy Awards: Taboo Topics (Nomination)
2010 Loan Star Emmy Awards: Homecoming 2009 (Nomination)
2011 Loan Star Emmy Awards: A Change in Degree (Winner)
2011 Loan Star Emmy Awards: Backstage Godspell (Nomination)
2011 Loan Star Emmy Awards: North Texas Now (Nomination)
2011 Empixx Awards: A Change in Degree (Gold Winner)
2011 Empixx Awards: Backstage Godspell (Gold Winner)
2011 Empixx Awards: North Texas Now (Gold Winner)
2011 Telly Award: A Change in Degree (Winner)
2011 Telly Award: A Change in Degree (Premier Night)
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