Production DS

"Bringing your vision to the screen."

About Us

Kurohyou Productions/Production DS are African American owned and operated audio-visual companies that are partnered together in order to offer specialized theatrical and cinematic style audio and video content production and post-production. We are known for our innovative approach and exacting standards to creating audio visual products in a safe, respectful, healthy and diverse environment. We strive for nothing less than the very best in quality and service.
We are able to gather a strong diverse team of loyal and experienced contributors to fit any project to work under the direction of our highly talented creative directors who collectively have over 40 years of practical experience in the industry. Whether you are promoting latest killer app, getting your political message out to a wider audience, or re-introducing your business to the community in the current climate, we offer customized AV solutions for any narrative concept.

Claude Springer

Claude has almost 25 years in the business as a storyteller and artist. From directing his first short films as a student at Long Island University - Brooklyn Campus to working on local film and commercial shoots as a professional. Claude brings a seasoned writing and director's eye to every project. He has also served as Lead Editor, Director of Photography, Comic Writer and Illustrator, and Animator
Claude Springer
Logan Dobbs

Logan Dobbs

Creative Director

Logan has been an active professional in audio and video
media production since 2005. He brings his organizational
skills, leadership abilities, and broadcast quality project
fulfillment expertise to the AV business that he acquired
while being a Program Director/On-Air talent at KFKX 90.1
FM, as well as a field producer/traffic manager/
videographer at KHAS-TV (now KSNB-TV), a midwestern
NBC affiliate. After being part of the cast and crew as
actor, sound mixer, and editor's assistant for a
independent feature called a "Cold Day in Hell", Logan
returned to New York City, where he worked on a number
of similar independent projects in various capacities
including Production Assistant, Sound Recorder/Boom
Operator, Editor, Post Production Supervisor, Podcaster
and Producer. Logan and Claude formalized their partnership in