About

“We can do practically any design project customized to your needs.”

Indigo Studios, LLC. specializes in video production and graphics, but have the versatility to meet other creative needs.  We have several years of experience in both fields and are committed to the satisfaction of each customer.  We have done projects for weddings, churches, special events and personal projects.  No job is to large or small for our undertaking. We specialize in the following:

  • Video Production
  • Graphic / Logo Design
  • Business Cards
  • Musical Elements
  • Brochure Layouts
  • Form design
  • Printing Needs
  • Web Site Design

History

Indigo Studios was founded in 2012 by Jeff Trujillo and is committed to a high-level of quality and creativity.

Jeff started on this journey in 1994 running a camera for Hoffmantown Church’s weekly television broadcast in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Since then, he has been involved in various creative endeavors: Videography, editing, directing, websites, graphic design, and sound design. He has worked as an assistant on the set of various music videos and film productions and has worked closely and learned from respected award-winning professionals in these industries. Jeff has a passion and desire for attention to detail and is sure to meet your needs for any project – large or small.

About Our Name

Indigo Studios was named after the color Indigo. We originally had a different name for our company and found out that the name was taken. Logos and websites were being created and focused around the color purple. We then decided that we should find another name for purple and settled on Indigo Studios.

But Wait, Isn’t Indigo a Blue-ish color?

Yes and No. According to an article on Wikipedia.org, “Indigo is a color named after the blue dye derived from the plant Indigofera tinctoria and related species.” Isaac Asimov noted, “It is customary to list indigo as a color lying between blue and violet.” For the computer geeks out there, the web color Indigo is represented by the hex value “#4B0082” which is more of a violet color. For a more in-depth look into the color Indigo, visit the wikipedia page and draw your own decisions. We’re sticking with purple, though.

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