Keslow Camera recently opened new offices in Salt Lake City, Utah and New Orleans, Louisiana.
The new offices reflect rapid growth and the industry’s geographical migrations. Keslow Camera already supported a number of productions over the years in Utah, such as HBO’s “Mosaic,” Disney’s “Andi Mack” and now Paramount Network’s upcoming series “Yellowstone.” The recent growth in Utah is significant. In 2016, the state issued 356 film permits, that grew to 602 in 2017. Filmmakers continue to return to Utah for their professional crews and jaw-dropping scenery. Utah offers beautiful locations with craggy deserts to the south, green mountains to the north and urban locations as well.
Louisiana was recently called “Hollywood South.” Following a plunge in film production in recent years, the industry is experiencing a rebound. Its unique neighborhoods and architectural beauty make Louisiana an excellent home for some of the projects that Keslow Camera supports, such as SyFy & USA Network’s forthcoming series “The Purge.”
“With the vast amount of content being produced throughout North America, the decision to expand to Salt Lake City and New Orleans in an effort to greater support our filmmakers made perfect sense,” said Dennis McDonald, Keslow Camera’s Chief Operating Officer. “We strive to deliver the best experience for our customers, and that means having a presence in the locations they’re shooting in, wherever possible.”
Keslow Camera is known for its high standards and meticulously maintained equipment. In addition to corporate headquarters in Culver City, the two new offices support the company’s overall growth strategy and market share. Keslow Camera’s recent acquisition of Clairmont Camera in 2017 accelerated the company’s growth and diversified its equipment inventory.
With offices in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Vancouver, Santa Fe, Chicago and Toronto, the new offices in Louisiana and Utah will mark number seven and eight for Keslow Camera.