- 2178 Palou Avenue, San Francisco, CA, 94124
- 415 434-1027
- [email protected]
Bayshore Studio has history, and thankfully an ongoing story to tell. For 17 plus years Bayshore was the brainchild of local industry icon Tom Banducci. So it was not happy news when Tom announced he was closing down Bayshore and moving on to other interests. Like Kerner studio in San Rafael, that was saved at the last minute and reborn as 32TEN Sudios, Bayshore Studio also got a last minute reprieve. Ray Santiago, owner of Beyond Pix, decided to acquire the stage and rebrand it as [email protected] Bayshore. The tradition carries on.
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Bayshore is a great local resource and a well-equipped space. It features
50 x 50 Sound Stage with 16’ grid
35 x 27 Two Wall Hard Cyc
3 Phase 200 amp per leg power
Easy Loadin, roll up doors for vehicle access
Commercial size kitchen
Client Talent Lounge
VIP Luxury Suite
Ample free parking
The stage continues to offer a large inventory of grip and electric gear, but is now offered also as a dry stage. Meaning if you prefer you can just rent the stage and bring in your own grip and electric gear.
Ray has done some nice upgrades. He has a great eye and creative touch for making a space comfortable. With a certain kind of zen simplicity, and a good eye for color and space, Ray should consider doing home décor should his video business ever come to an end. But from the look of things that is not coming any time soon. Beyond Pix, also featured in this directory is a treasured local resource, with his acquisition of the Bayshore Studio Ray has not only kept a local tradition alive but has helped revitalize the local industry. At the grand opening Ray hosted “Operation Reboot”, featuring local companies and an around town multiple facility open house. For those who got to attend it was a great event. For the local community it was a bell weather moment that we will look back on as a key moment in the ongoing saga of the local film and video community. This just might have been the beginning of new resurgence of the local industryCheck this place out, its’ cool.