Ground Floor Video was founded in 2005 by Luke Livingston. After twenty years working in Tampa, New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta, Luke started his own company in Woodstock, GA. Over the years, companies like Chick-fil-A, LOMA, Honda, Subway and FreedomWorks have become satisfied clients of Ground Floor Video. Numerous awards and recognitions of industry excellence have been received by Livingston and the team at GFV.
Recently, Ground Floor Video has entered the full length feature film market. With two documentaries completed, GFV has experienced great success. Tea Party-The Documentary Film was released to DVD in 2009 and Runaway Slave will be available in theaters in June of 2012.
Currently, GFV is producing a series of on-line shows called Politchicks. This web based, twice weekly show is a talk show format with four women hosting. Guests and the chicks discuss the current political climate in our country and the conservative take on all the issues. The studio at GFV is now home to this ground breaking show.
Ground Floor Video is committed to excellence in all areas of production, communication and business practices. We have been blessed to maintain long term relationships with our clients. “Exceeding the client’s expectations is what drives our work ethic. We are committed to being on time, on budget and on message with all of our projects.”
How Firm a Foundation?
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3: 5-6