ABOUT US

BURN ONE PRODUCTIONS LLC IS A  MULTI-MEDIA PRODUCTION COMPANY SPECIALIZING IN FILM, VIDEO, & PHOTO CONTENT.

Company Statement:
It is our goal to produce the best project possible while staying unique and within budget. We believe that dependability and collaboration are the foundation that Burn One Productions has thrived on for 15+ years as an all-in-house Los Angeles production company. Burn One Productions offers services in pre-production, production, and post production.

CLIENT LIST:
UMG, UMPG, UMWG, Atlantic Records, Epic Records, Porsche Woodland Hills, Galpin Honda, Galpin VW,  The Alchemy Art Center, Pluto TV, Wunderbelt, Shoeniverse,  Daily Talent Agency, Celeste Champagne, 5×5 Media Group, 6X Entertainment,  SDBP, Holistic Senior Care, Shareen Vintage,  Gary Allen Designs, Maya Leigh Makeup, House of Glass Jewelry, Midnight Records, I AM COMPTON, & more.

Ashley Eberbach (Filmmaker & CEO of Burn One Productions LLC)
Ashley Eberbach was born in Ann Arbor, MI before moving to Los Angeles in 2004 to build her work as an independent filmmaker. She is an award winning Director/Writer/Producer  currently developing a feature thriller set to shoot in lower Michigan. Outside of film she is passionate about animal/enviornmental groups.

    

Burn One Productions is holding a fundraiser to benefit the Los Angeles Fire Department.  It’s simple!  Donate your empty CANS & BOTTLES to us and we will recycle them, donating 100% of the cash refund to LAFD.org     Help promote healthy recycling habits while giving to the brave and tireless efforts of the California Fire Department during the recent wildfires.  WE WILL PICK UP your recyclables from anywhere in Los Angeles County!

PLEASE EMAIL:  Ashley@BurnOneProductions.com  to get involved!    @cansforcali  #CansForCali

    


PLACES TO DIRECTLY DONATE: 
Humane Society of Ventura County
California Community Foundation Wildfire Relief Fund
Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation Disaster Relief

Burn One Productions believes in giving back!  We  donate quarterly to The California Wildlife Center (CAWildlife.org), a place where injured wildlife is rehabilitated for re-release into the wild.