Breadbox Productions is an award winning Breadbox Productionsaudio-visual production company tucked in the foothills of the Green Mountains of Vermont. We offer quality production services for documentaries, industrials, commercials, non-profits and individuals. Services include music scoring, HD video, audio/music multi-track studio and location recording, audio and video editing, sound design and content development.

Breadbox has affiliations and working relationships with freelance professionals and crews in New England, New York and the Pacific Northwest. If you need production help somewhere else, we have a seasoned road crew that can be wherever you need us to be.

Breadbox Production Co-founders & Executive Producers

John Billingsly of Breadbox ProductionsJohn Billingsley has two decades experience in a media production as a recording engineer, composer, producer and director. He has engineering and production credits on a wide range of musical projects, from Philip Glass to Phish, and television credits on programs aired nationally on networks including MTV, VH1 and PBS. John spent 5 years as head producer at Dan Levine Productions in Shelburne Vermont overseeing all audio and video production while producing training and promotional videos. John has composed the score for several independent productions; most recently the feature documentary Fold, Crumple, Crush: The Art of El Anatsui, which premiered at the Toronto Reel Artists Film Festival in 2010. John co-wrote, co directed and co-produced Liemba with Andrew Subin. Liemba premiered at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, won the James Goldstone Award at the VT International Film Festival, received a Gold Medal for Excellence in Music for a Documentary Film at the Park City Film Music Award and is currently on the festival circuit. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Andrew Subin of Breadbox ProductionsAndrew Subin has been creating documentary films since 2001. Some of his previous films include "Tai Chi Morning", a documentary short that examines how Chinese immigrants use the daily practice of Tai Chi as a way to maintain a sense of cultural identity, and "Who Needs 'Em?", a humorous look at the question of why people decide to have children. Andrew is currently in pre-production on two new projects: "Second Base Buddha" a feature length documentary about a little league baseball team's quest for the elusive state championship; and "The Sentence" a mockumentary series about a fledgling public defender. Andrew co-wrote, co directed and co-produced Liemba with John.  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.