Our office is located in a two-story office building on the southwest corner of East 96th Street and Masters Road in Indianapolis. Gordon Food Service is next to our building. Community Hospital and Chicago Title are named on the top of our building.
You can access our parking lot directly from 96th Street or Masters Road.
A Little History about Video MVP
We have been serving Indiana (and many parts of the country) since 1986. Though our name has changed (we used to be Movietyme Video Productions), our philosophy hasn't. We are a family-owned business and our goal is to provide quality products and services; excellent customer relations; and a friendly resource for any individual or business that needs media conversion or video production services. We respond to questions as quickly as possible and are happy to offer advice on your video or audio needs. So, you found us! Whether you need us today or sometime down the road, we'll be just a call, text, or email away, and we look forward to helping with your projects.
Who We Are
Kimberley Saylor strives to meet every expectation and then go another level. She finds joy in knowing that what she is doing is important to people in its own special way. "Nothing beats that glowing smile a person has when they watch a particular moment that is special to them." In her free time, you can almost always find her with a camera maybe filming her two cats, or maybe her wonderful husband. Her second pastime includes posting, befriending, tweeting, tagging, and updating.College: Ball State University
Favorite Project: Cummins training video
Favorite Movies: Lord of the Rings trilogy
Secret Ambition: To write a fantasy novel
Favorite Color: Green
Craig Purdum has been with Video MVP since nearly the company's founding. In addition to corporate productions, he maintains the company website, and handles product development and training. He designs methods and systems to increase efficiency, while always determined to give each client what they need and within their budget. He enjoys the challenge of unique projects and telling the story from a different viewpoint. "The American Senior Communities videos focus on the caring and compassionate nature of people. These productions are heartwarming and inspirational for the audience, and for me."College: Purdue University
Favorite Project: ASC Quest for Excellence
Favorite TV Show: Deadliest Catch
Favorite Food: Asian
Favorite Graphic Artist: M. C. Escher