06/20/2013 (press release: MissPCB) // Quincy, MA, USA // Public Relations – Keep The Edge Studios
With the ability to serve both small and corporate clients, the new dual location facility features state of the art equipment, a combined 5000 square feet of dynamic studio space, and close proximity to Boston to cater to a wide variety of audio and video projects.
Scalped Productions, owned and operated by award-winning videographer and photographer, Ernesto Galan, has served high profile clients such as Boston Ballet, The Boston Fashion Awards, and the Liberty Hotel over a long and successful career in the film and music industries.
Keep The Edge Studios, owned and operated by Berklee alumni, Keith Asack (Owner, Audio Engineer) and Kim Pfluger (Owner, Operation Manager) opened its Quincy location in December of 2011 and has since garnered local and international attention for it’s work with Dalton and the Sheriffs, Berklee College of Music, Rhythm of the Universe, and numerous record companies.
“We’re excited to take the next step in our professional relationship by expanding into multimedia arts,” says Keith Asack, owner of Keep The Edge. “Ernesto is incredibly well respected in the industry and has a vast knowledge of video production and photography, which makes him a perfect fit to partner with.”
Keep The Edge is now located at 1150 Hancock Street, Lower Level Quincy, MA 02169 and 70 Finnell Dr. Weymouth, MA 02189.
For more information on the new Keep The Edge, please visit: http://www.keeptheedgestudios.com
About Keep The Edge:
Keep The Edge is a multilocation, multimedia production facility servicing greater Boston and the South Shore.
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