Night Raven Productions is a multimedia production company headquartered in Atlanta, GA with offices in Savannah, GA and Tampa Bay, Fl. We are on the Government’s GSA schedule.
Night Raven is capable of functioning at any level of your project. We take projects from concept to conclusion but also work very well in a support role, whether it’s DP, Audio, Camera or grip, Night Raven will integrate seamlessly with your team.
We shoot and edit full 1080p. We own a Jimmy Jib Triangle. It has a reach of 12 to 40 feet, allowing the camera to get majestic views.
Give us a call and we’ll go to work for you!
Doug Suttle launched Night Raven Productions in the spring of 2002 in Savannah, GA. The first office was his dining room table, followed by a move to a carriage house on his property and then to the current configuration. The early customers were primarily local businesses in need of commercials. The company leveraged local experience and reputation into corporate production and added Victor Fishman as Director of Post Production in September 2004. Doug and Victor run Night Raven together, employ two full time employees at Fort Stewart Georgia in support of the 3rd Infantry Division and rely on a national pool of freelance talent to staff projects. This business model keeps our overhead down and allows us to bid projects very competitively.
Doug Suttle has been working in the industry since 1995. Born in Savannah, Doug grew up in Orlando, working in the shadows of Universal and MGM Studios. While in high school, Doug worked on several motion picture shoots and at one of Orlando’s best post production houses. Doug attended Full Sail University in pursuit of a degree in cinematography. After college Doug moved back to Savannah, worked as a freelance videographer/audio tech/editor, eventually launching Night Raven.
VICTOR FISHMAN BIO
Victor Fishman began his local television career in 1989 as an editor, producer and director. A native of Columbus Ohio, Victor is an Ohio State Alumnus. Victor began his television career as a newscast director and editor. He moved to Atlanta in 1994 where he worked with Coca Cola, IBM, WCW, CNN Post, and The Home Depot as a freelance editor. In 1998 Victor became a staffer at Georgia-Pacific Television as an editor and director before moving back to Savannah in the early 2000’s.