About Bulldog Film & Video Services, Inc.

Brian Blagowsky, owner of Bulldog Film & Video Services, has over two decades of experience covering all aspects of film and video production. Past projects include large budget feature films (HBO, Orion Pictures, Warner Brothers Pictures, Touchstone, FOX,) and small budget indie films, hundreds of local, regional and national television commercials (numerous ADDY award’s), over 100 music videos (7 Dove Awards), corporate and industrial training films, documentaries, syndicated television programs and numerous other projects. Although working mostly as a Gaffer, Key Grip, Lighting Director or Director of Photography, Brian is skilled in many areas.

Brian is President of the Oklahoma Association of Film & Video Professionals. This trade association was established to help represent and support individuals involved in the film and video industry throughout Oklahoma. Brian has put together the largest, most comprehensive, up-to-date database of technicians in the state, available online at: www.oklahomaproductionguide.com. Brian’s knowledge of local crew and equipment is unmatched, and he is ready to assist with any of your crewing needs.

Brian was the creative force and main sponsor behind the Oklahoma Film Institute at Oklahoma City Community College. He has served as the lighting instructor nearly every year since the programs inception in 1997, and has contributed nearly thirty thousand dollars in equipment rental to help establish, develop, and operate this summer workshop program. Brian has also served as an instructor at the Summer Arts Film Institute at Quartz Mountain State Park, and has also donated equipment to that program.

Brian has also held local lighting workshops, and has sponsored numerous area film festivals, which include the DeadCenter Film Festival, the Bare Bones Film Festival, the Overground Film Festival and the Oklahoma Territory Film Council (O.T.F.C.) Film Festival. Brian was awarded the “Industry Trailblazer Award “at the 2007 Script-to-Screen Film Festival.

Over the past 10 years, Brian has been featured in trade magazine articles such as Markee Magazine, Indie Slate, and Oklahoma Business, as well as local newspaper articles.