About Silber Studios
Silber Studios is an award-winning video Production Company with its featured web-TV show having been awarded three Telly Awards for Education Excellence, Excellence for an Interview Show (Marc Silber, host) and a People’s Telly, awarded by viewers for “Visual Storytelling and Production Excellence;” and has recently received a Gold MarCom Award1 and a 2011 Platinum AVA Award2 for its video “Marc Silber visits Ansel Adams home and darkroom.” 2013 Bronze Telly Award: The Big StartUp, Guy Kawasaki Interviews CEO Box Aaron Levie – Talk Show.
1 Per MarComAwards.com ”The mission of the MarCom Awards is to honor excellence and recognize the creativity, hard work and generosity of marketing and communication professionals. MarCom winners receive well-deserved recognition and third-party validation from a long- established industry organization that has earned a reputation for fairness, consistency and timeliness.”
2 Per AVAAwards.com, “AVA Awards is an international competition that recognizes outstanding work by creative professionals involved in the concept, direction, design and production of media that is part of the evolution of digital communication.”
About Marc Silber
Marc Silber began taking black & white photographs in the 60s, beginning his photographic career at the legendary Peninsula School, avidly learning composition and darkroom skills. He seemed to always have a still or movie camera in his hands.
Through his photographs he has been able to capture the expression of life, each telling a story; this desire to tell a story has propelled his video career.
He honed his skills at the celebrated San Francisco Art Institute—one of the oldest and most prestigious schools of higher education in art and photography in the United States.
Today Marc loves to produce compelling videos, such as his widely acclaimed series “Advancing Your Photography” which began at Ansel Adams’ home and darkroom, he then moved on to interview scores of top photographers capturing their insight and tips.
He loves to produce well crafted interviews, as he said, “no other approach gives such genuine connection to my subjects, coupled with images and additional footage you can tell a powerful story.”