Video Production Studio
The Video Production Studio (VPS) is located on the second floor of 48 University Place. Equipped with backdrops for filming and various photography and videography tools, the VPS is open to all undergraduates and ideal for recording a podcast, shooting promotional materials for student groups, or just working on passion projects. Students are able to borrow equipment including cameras, microphones, and SD cards through our lend system, and take their photography or videography explorations out into the Princeton community. We hope that the VPS serves as a resource not only for those with experience in photography or videography, but also those who may be new to these arts and want to test the waters.
Michael Salama '24
Michael is a member of the class of 2024. He has been producing and editing ever since he discovered Microsoft Movie Maker on his childhood Windows XP machine. For a decade now, he has been a creator on YouTube with over 1 million subscribers and hundreds of millions of views. Well versed in the entire Adobe Suite, Michael's specialty is post-production editing and audio recording. He is also a musician and music producer, whose debut album dropped in October 2021.
Monday 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Thursday 9:00am - 11:00am
Friday 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Stephan Ko '23
Stephan is a junior studying Economics. He plays the trumpet and is in a trumpet quintet ensemble on campus. Stephan has done sound engineering for trumpet recordings. He's also interested in astronomy, cooking and camping. He loves listening to podcasts and is in the progress of launching one in the fall.
Monday 1:00pm - 12:30pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 12:30pm
Access and Policies
When booking time in the VPS, please be sure to include your PUID#, any equipment needs, reason for booking, and the number of people you’re expecting in the studio.
The VPS offers a suite of video recording and photography equipment and accessories that can be borrowed. A comprehensive list is posted online.