Our company name is sort of long, so please call us “HVE” for short!
HIGH VOLTAGE ENTERTAINMENT, INC. was established in LOS ANGELES, CA.
Our very first office was in Hermosa Beach with such an amazing ocean view!
We really enjoyed the view, and it was just so nice & cozy with a bottle of beer...
It was too relaxing for us to get our job done, so we decided to move to other location.
The name of Hermosa Beach came from a Spanish word “HERMOSA” which means “BEAUTIFUL”. Just like its name, it’s such a beautiful place with a friendly and harmonious atmosphere. Also there is Light House Cafe, where the famous movie “ La La Land” was filmed.
Hermosa Beach is a lovely place to stop by when you visiting Los Angeles. You will definitely have a great experience that let you forget everything about your work...
HVE was relocated to another beach town, Santa Monica. There is the endpoint of Route 66, which was one of the original cross country highways in the U.S. As well as, a wooden pier “Santa Monica Pier” built in 1908 and a oceanfront amusement park “Pacific Park” are also known for Santa Monica's landmarks. We picked our office where we could feel fresh ocean breeze, but not ocean view, and it worked!
HIGH VOLTAGE ENTERTAINMENT JAPAN was established in TOKYO, Japan
We acquired California’s Talent Agency Licence.（TA000271363）
HIGH VOLTAGE ENTERTAINMENT LATIN AMERICA was established in PANAMA, South America.
We're celebrating our 10th anniversary!
We provide a full service film production for promotional videos, music videos and more. Our goal is to produce videos which contribute to increase client’s brand equity.
Shirokanedai Central Bldg, 5F,
5-3-6, Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0071, JAPAN
Bella Vista, Obarrio Celle Manuel Maria Icaza, Casa 12A Ciudad de Panama, Panama
We provide film production services and branding services such as market research, creating Websites, Logos, Signs, and more. To support people’s everyday life in this COVID-19 challenging situation, we are distributing PPE products such as masks and glass partitions in South America.