Blake Z. Larson / Professional Videographer in Marblehead, Massachusetts

Blake Z. Larson is a director and director of photography specializing in films, commercials, music videos, and corporate content. His passion is helping brands and individuals grow through telling compelling and unique stories aimed at local or worldwide markets. Blake's commercial and corporate work has helped companies such as Wicked Reports, The Digital Docs, Harborside Sotheby's International Realty, and National Grand Bank reach new customers and increase business through cinematic video content. Music videos directed by Blake for artists such as Token and Hayley Reardon have been viewed over three million times worldwide. His work for the Marblehead Police Department received an award for best public service announcement from the Northeast Alliance for Community Media.


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