Two Nashville Production Studios Merge

PK Pictures PK Pictures|NuMynd Studios has merged with Zoe Creative Services to offer television, video and new media production, according to Nashville Business Journal.

Together, the client list of the two companies has included Country Music Association, CMT, GAC, Sony, Microsoft, Exxon, Walmart, along with Olympic media events and BMI awards shows.

PK Pictureszoe creative logo was created in 1986 and holds a production/studio facilities on Elm Hill Pike. Zoe Creative Services was founded in 2002 by D.J. Goller and is located at downtown Nashville’s Cummins Station. It is a full-service production and post-production facility.

“The team from Zoe Creative will broaden and deepen our talent and resource base. We anticipate increased production work for the Nashville community and we will be able to attract more and bigger projects to the city,” PK Pictures|NuMynd Studios CEO Greg Page said. “Nashville’s reputation for television, video and new media production is growing every day and we’re positioned to play a leading role in all these areas.”

“With decades of experience, this combination of production talent with outstanding facilities ensures that all of our clients will get the highest quality product possible,” said Goller. “The first-rate staff and personal service that clients have come to know at Zoe Creative Services are a perfect fit with the talent and experience that PK Pictures has to offer.”

Details on a new location and name for the post-merger company have not yet been announced.

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