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Robert Starling is an award-winning Video Producer, Director of Photography (DP), Underwater & Aerial Cinematographer, and Specialty Camera Operator. He is the founder of Starling Productions, a South Florida video production studio and camera equipment rental company built on over 40 years of experience and grit.
Script to screen, Robert and his Starling Productions team provide high-quality video production services and camera/film equipment rentals across small, medium, and large companies — primarily for commercials, film, episodic television, documentaries, and corporate videos. From the hustle of Miami and Fort Lauderdale to the bustle of Palm Beach, Starling is an expert on the South Florida video production landscape.
With the highly customized Mercedes Sprinter “Starling CineVan” in its arsenal, Starling Productions creates the ultimate on-location video production experience for its South Florida clients. This mobile office/edit suite with an on-the-go camera/lighting set-up is suited for projects of any caliber — and nearly any terrain. Got a project on the beaches of Miami or the swamplands of South Florida? We’ve got this. Let us help you reduce production times and make remote filming more efficient.
If you’re an ad agency, producer, or film crew prepping your next shoot in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, or other South Florida areas, Starling Productions is equipped to help you gear up. We have nearly everything needed to support your next video production project, from cameras and handheld supports to lighting and audio equipment. Local delivery is available to Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, and other surrounding South Florida locations. Explore our rentals page to learn more.
South Florida Service Areas Include:
The Florida Keys, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Delray, Palm Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, and Gainesville. Don’t see your city? Reach out, and let’s see how we can make your project work.
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