DMB Pictures is a boutique video production company specializing in producing broadcast-quality personal stories for families, non-profits and small businesses. The company opened its doors in January 2006 led by Debbie Mintz Brodsky, a three-time Emmy Award-winning television producer with more than 20 years of experience.

Brodsky focused much of her career in public television, working for South Carolina ETV (PBS), WETA (PBS), and MHz NETWORKS. She also spent time at TLC, Fox, “Entertainment Tonight” and “Reading Rainbow.” Her many years of professional interviews have included such notables as Senator John McCain, Bob Dole, Tiger Woods, and Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig. She also produced and directed the Emmy-nominated feature-length documentary “Teens in Between” which followed five recent immigrant teens through a year in their lives.

DMB Pictures works closely with a top-notch team of videographers and editors whose regular clients include such high-profile companies as the BBC, Marriott International, the Department of State, “The Colbert Report,” and ESPN. When needed, DMB also includes skilled graphic designers and music composers to put the finishing touches on special projects.

The heart and soul of what we love to do is to tell a good story – and make people look good while telling them. Because we believe that no matter what your story, you must make it memorable.



Debbie Mintz Brodsky:

Bronze Winner, Association Trends 2011 Media Contest, “2011 ACMG Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award” Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Documentary, “Teens in Between,” 2002
Selected Finalist, U.S. INPUT Pre-Selection, “Teens in Between,” 2002
Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary, “Tibetan Freedom Concert: Beyond the Music,” 1999
Emmy Award for Outstanding Public Affairs Programs, Specials, “Diver(C)ity,” 1999
Emmy Award for Best Entertainment Program, Regularly Scheduled, “Diver(C)ity, Episode 210,” 1998