South Bend Video Production - Digital Art That Rocks LLC

The best way to tell your brand's story is through high impact visuals. 

Adding dynamic visuals to your content marketing strategy is always a good investment. Combining great commercial advertising photography & video production can take your brand further, faster. Digital Art That Rocks LLC combines creative vision with technical proficiency to produce world class visuals for your digital identity. 

Take a look at some of the videos I've produced for other companies HERE

Contact Brian today if you're interested in seeing what commercial photography from Digital Art That Rocks can do for your business!

Brian Rodgers Jr. | Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist | Digital Art that Rocks LLC
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Brian Rodgers Jr.

Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist, USA

Brian Rodgers Jr. is a commercial advertising photographer based in South Bend Indiana. Brian has a wealth of commercial photography experience photographing everything from commercial portraits, RVs, large commercial vehicles, product and food photography, to multi-million dollar mansions. Furthermore, he has created brand images for national companies and his work has been published in various national and international publications including Photoshop User Magazine, Dentaltown Magazine, Incisal Edge Magazine, and the popular web based show "Photography Tips & Tricks" produced by Kelby Media Group to name a few. Brian’s overall body of work demonstrates a real cultivation of skills behind the lens as well as a wide array of cutting edge post production techniques. He provides his clients with exceptional images and ensures customer satisfaction through his relentless work ethic. Brian is not just a photographer, he is an artist. Retouching his own work allows him to deliver a product that reflects his vision as an artist. And his clients are never disappointed in his abilities to produce consistent, compelling images. Fun Fact: He shot his own portrait