TebWeb Innovations is the brainchild of Thomas Brunt, a nearly life-long resident of Doylestown who has had a varied career in many aspects of television and video production, now passing 35 years.
Prior to taking TebWeb Innovations full time in 2021, Brunt worked for a mobile broadcast production company, serving as a main engineer providing equipment support on some of the largest sporting events for the largest broadcasters. World Series, Super Bowls, Olympics—Brunt has worked many of them, and lots of shows in between, including game shows and live entertainment.
“After nearly 22 years of supporting events all over North America, I really wanted to shift focus back to my local community, and help my own clientele create their own visions using video technology. I enjoy my technical background, but also wanted to concentrate on the creative side. I love recording events and interviews, then going back to edit and create unique video content.”
TebWeb Innovations went full time as the world started to recover from the pandemic.
Certainly a challenge. It was decided to start with a modest equipment compliment, and grow to support clients as their needs necessitated.
“We started working with a client who required a certain grade camera system for their project. So we acquired one: a Canon C300 Mark II with some cinema grade lenses.”
This system is considered a workhorse of the video/film industry, and among those few systems approved by high technical standards set by Netflix to be a main production camera.
Aside from fulfilling the needs for a specific client, TebWeb Innovations can now help anyone in the Bucks County area who needs a high-level, cinema-quality camera system.
“One of my favorite parts of this endeavor is the variety of work I get to do—a simple community based interview, editing sports highlights, recording a corporate seminar, and now working on cinema grade projects. It’s always something different, and I love that.”
TebWeb Innovations is ready to help cinema level projects in the Bucks County and Philadelphia regions.
For information, visit online or call 267-935-9075.