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Shutter Production Services is a full-service production company based in Hollywood, California, specializing in start-to-finish video production for an array of clients: businesses, non-profits, celebrities, artists, musicians, networks, online content providers, and more. 




Shutter was founded by CEO Will Gordh, a skilled and versatile filmmaker who has worked as a director, editor, and DP in Los Angeles for more than a decade. Will has worked on a wide variety of projects - from feature length films, TV shows and commercials to music videos, sketch comedy, and web series.


Before opening Shutter Production Services, Will was the Vice President of Production for Los Angeles-based corporate video company, CORP SHORTS, where he oversaw production on hundreds of videos for a variety of corporate clients such as Intuit, Thompson Reuters and Harbor Freight Tools. Will also  works closely with the OMAZE, and has directed many high-profile video campaigns for the company to raise money for charity organizations. Within the last year, Will has also directed videos for Arnold Schwarznegger, George Lopez, John Legend, Dale Erndhart Jr., James Hetfield, Norman Reedus, Uzo Aduba, Magic Johnson, Cody Simpson, Max Greenfield, and many others.


Will received his BFA in Film Production from Chapman’s lauded Film School. Within a year of graduating, Will directed his first feature-length film, the horror/thriller "Night Watcher," found distribution with Lionsgate Entertainment, and has been making films ever since. Recently, Will produced the raunchy comedy feature, “Halfway to a Blackout” and shot the psychological thriller, “Eel” (Director of Photography) which premiered at Sarasota Film Festival April 2015. Will was also part of the Streamy Award-Nominated editing team of the Fine Brothers' comedy "My Music". Will directed and produced the original Digital Series “Hollywood Acting Studio” for Starz Digitial, as well as two original web series and countless viral sketches for


Whatever your video needs are, Shutter has you covered.




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