Welcome to The Yellow House Studios!
The Yellow House Studios is a full-service video production company producing music and live concert videos, documentary and narrative films, video and television, as well as all types of commercial and industrial projects. From writing and development through video production and editing, Yellow House can help you make your vision a reality. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Yellow House draws from a wide-reaching pool of talented collaborators, from New York City to Los Angeles and abroad, to bring quality projects to life anywhere.
Curtis Pollock, founder of The Yellow House Studios, is an accomplished writer, producer, director, videographer, and editor with extensive experience in television (including Michael Moore’s The Awful Truth, Survivor, and The Colin Quinn Show), film (Saturday Night Live’s film unit and Trigger Street Productions’ Bernard and Doris), and video (his feature-length directorial debut 30 was screened at the Longbaugh and Philadelphia International film festivals, and his documentary Why We Sing was part of the National Endowment for the Arts American Masterpieces series).
David Walker of Portland, Oregon’s Willamette Week describes Curtis as an "up-and-coming talent" and called 30 “a gruff, Gen-X comedy that recalls the early work of Kevin Smith and Richard Linklater, without imitating either filmmaker . . . [An] impressive debut.” Upon moving to Austin from the New York City area, he produced, directed and edited On Second Thought, which won a REMI award at the 2008 WorldFest/Houston International Film Festival. Curtis is currently working on two feature-length documentaries and a feature-length comedy for The Yellow House Studios.