Carrithers Studio was founded in 2010 by veteran filmmakers John Carrithers and Delicia Harvey, and provides film and photography services for non-profit organizations, businesses, creative agencies and filmmakers.  We specialize in documentary film production and believe passionately that personal stories can influence audiences more than anything else.  We are based in Houston, but have traveled the globe for our clients, from pediatric AIDS clinics in Swaziland to city centers across Europe and North America.     


We are a small company and enjoy close relationships with our clients by providing personal attention to their production needs.   We also welcome collaborations with production companies outside of Houston and will connect you with the resources you need to make a successful Houston production.  

For more information contact us at info@carrithersstudio.com or 832-270-1402.



John Carrithers: Director of Photography — John is happiest when he is behind the camera.  He has been the director of photography on several documentary and short film projects, including; Mothers at War, 38 Pieces, Relocation Arkansas, Cai Guo-Qiang's Odyssey and Treehuggers.  He has directed and edited many local productions for Houston clients, as well as the feature-length documentary, Houston Ballet: Breaking Boundaries. 

Delicia Harvey: Executive Producer — Delicia draws on her many years of experience in marketing and administration for non-profit arts organizations to bring our projects to life.  She has produced a variety of projects for The Menil Collection, Houston Ballet, Houston Grand Opera, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston,  Gensler and Hines.   She also produced and co-directed the documentary Houston Ballet: Breaking Boundaries.



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Carrithers understands the visual magic of dance, and the images that linger are his deft weaving of archival photos and footage.
— Molly Glentzer: Houston Chronicle