Production company RW2 finds new home
Production company RW2, previously located in the Crossroads Arts District, moved to 1000 W. 25th St. near Southwest Boulevard earlier this month.
The new space, next to Boulevard Brewing Co., features multiple spaces in one to host RW2’s variety of production services. Some of the building’s features include editing suites, a studio space with natural light and a garden.
“We can develop, shoot and edit all creative out of this one space. We manage productions all over the country from this one hub,” RW2 co-owner and co-founder Lyndon Wade said. “Having multiple spaces for each division to work independently, but also common spaces for us all to ideate and create as a team, is so important.”
The new space allows RW2 and its 10 employees to expand their “one-stop shop” services as a full-service production company. The company’s production process follows projects from “first concept” to “final cut.” Its studio work includes live action production, photography, editorial, VFX, retouching and experiential work.
RW2 was rebranded from its original company, Rush Wade, in 2015. Its studio works with several big brands, including Garmin, AMC, Wendy’s and New Balance.
Wade and his coworkers expressed excitement about the potential of their new workspace and their new location along the Boulevard.
“I’m so impressed with the level of creativity that our production teams and roster artists create out of this shop nationally and globally,” Wade said. “There’ll be a big push for 2019, so stay tuned.”