About VTM

Venice the Menace (VTM) is a full-service film and video production company based in Venice, California.

Since 2007, we’ve worked with major brands, established nonprofit organizations and leading small businesses to produce professional quality ads, films, web videos and other content that serves their needs at an affordable price. To find out more about our production services, click here.

We’re also the creators of three feature documentary films, including the 2011 movie Surfing With The Enemy, now available on DVD from Amazon.com and Polaris Global Media.

And when we’re not busy with all of that, we make videos about life in Venice with the help of our talented friend and post them here and on our YouTube channel for all to enjoy…

VTM has three founders:

Adam Preskill β€” President

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Adam Preskill manages VTM’s day-to-day operations, and has overseen the production and distribution of hundreds of videos over the last five years for a wide range of clients. Prior to founding VTM, Adam spent five years as a staff and freelance journalist in the western U.S. and Latin America, writing for publications including the Miami Herald, the Rocky Mountain News, Aspen Magazine and LA Confidential magazine. He graduated Cum Laude from Harvard College in 1999 with a degree in English and American Literature and Language. He can be reached at adam@venicethemenace.com.

Scott Braman β€” El Comandante

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Scott Braman is a Fulbright Scholar and award-winning filmmaker with over 10 years of film and video experience. As VTM’s lead shooter and editor, he has worked on projects ranging from 30-second ads to 4-hour double-DVD set. Scott graduated Cum Laude from Dartmouth College in 1999 with degrees in Anthropology and Latin American Studies. He can be reached at scott@venicethemenace.com.

Aaron Miller β€” Systems

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Aaron Miller handles systems for VTM. His history is the stuff of legend. He cannot be reached, except by elaborate arrangement.

To find out more about our production services, click here.

One comment

  1. I enjoyed the surfer spirit capture in Surfing with the Enemy

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