The Electric Wallpaper Company is a full-service video production business based in Eastern Ontario, and serving Picton, Belleville, Trenton, Kingston and surrounding areas.
The "company" was started in 1986 by cameraman and video editor Barry Silverthorn. He began his broadcast TV career in 1988 as an editing assistant on Canadian programs such as Night Heat,Diamonds, Katts & Dog, Wonderstruck and Codco.
As supervising video editor for VisionTV for ten years, he edited or packaged over 1000 TV episodes - on time, and on budget.
In 2004 he produced, shot and edited the indie-cult documentary The End of Suburbia, which has sold over 40,000 DVDs and aired on seven TV networks worldwide.