silver avenue pictures
Suzanne Warren   Suzanne Warren, Producer/Director/Writer
is a relentless perfectionist with a passion for details and is devoted to telling an engaging, compelling story. Creating videos with themes that range from human interest to hi-tech for over twenty-five years, what she does best is tell a story that will move people and make a difference.

Suzanne produces successful videos for non-profit organizations for fundraising and raising awareness, and for a variety of business clients for informational, sales, motivational, instructional and training purposes. She crafts narration-driven and dramatic style scripts as well as writing and editing copy for websites, brochures and ads. As a labor of love, she produces Personal Histories, capturing a family’s memories and stories for future generations.

Her client list includes:

National Clients: Hewlett-Packard, Stanford University School of Medicine, Levi Strauss & Company, UPS, Apple Computer, Kraft General Foods, Bank of America, the U.S. Navy, Macromedia, Diasonics, Toshiba, Western Temporary Services, and Daytop Village.

Regional Clients: San Francisco State University, State of California, PG&E, Activision, Ariba, Silicon Graphics, Triad Computers, The Centre for Living With Dying, The California Academy of Sciences, Pros for Kids, Ariana Strozzi Intuitive Horsemanship, The Leland Group, Palo Alto Commons.

Local Clients: KVMR 89.5, Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe, BP Landscapes.

Contact Suzanne at swarren@silveravenuepictures.com or 530-305-3106 to request a demo reel or for further information.

Suzanne lives in Nevada City, California with her equines and felines.

Some people Suzanne works with...

Suzanne draws on a talented pool of collaborators that include award-winning directors of photography, editors, illustrators and music composers.

David Nicholson  
David Nicholson, Director of Photography, Editor, Graphics/Effects Wizard
brings a wealth of great ideas and fierce dedication to any project he undertakes. Currently editing a documentary “Life is Hard, Music is Good” for KSK records about West African music and culture, he has also traveled to Africa to shoot footage for the doc. He has been the Program Director of The Nevada City Film Festival since 2005. David studied media arts and graduated from the Pratt Institute in New York, one of the leading art schools in the United States, where he won many awards. His clients include: KSK Records, NBC, ESPN, PBS, FOX Sports Net, Nike, RCA, Red Line Films, The Union, and Grass Roots Records.
Larry Huntington   Larry Huntington, Director of Photography, Editor
has a sharp eye for details, and an excellent sense of composition and timing and over fifteen years of experience with camera, editing and video post-production. Larry is the Director of Photography for “Life is Hard, Music is Good” and is also an editor on the project. Larry is also editing a feature length documentary focusing on the need to relocate people living on outer atolls in the North Pacific because of the sea level rise due to climate change. His short film “Little Bird of the Yuba” won the first annual “I Love the Yuba” competition in the 2008 Wild and Scenic Film Festival.

View samples of Larry’s work.