FILMMAKERS

Elizabeth Kaiser | Director, Editor

Elizabeth Kaiser | Director, Editor
Elizabeth Kaiser | Director, Editor

Lover of funfetti cupcakes and a Northern Michigander at heart, Elizabeth had been taking many tiny pieces and weaving them into a concise whole for well over a decade. Elizabeth is a video editor, motion graphics designer, producer and director currently based in Savannah, Georgia. Her experience includes commercial, narrative, documentary, and live event production. Her true passion lies primarily in documentary filmmaking, as seen in A Few Things About Cancer (2014, Best Documentary Short, LA First Glance Film Festival), Big Brownie: The O’fish’al Story (2015, Official Selection, Green Bay Film Festival), Through the Windmill (2016), and Bouncing the Well (2016).

Kyle Maddux-Lawrence | Director of Photography

Kyle Maddux-Lawrence | Director of Photography
Kyle Maddux-Lawrence | Director of Photography

Since discovering his love of cinematography, Kyle has brought his passion for sharing his vision to all the films he has worked on including the following documentaries: Small Town, Big Heart (2014), Big Brownie: The O’fish’al Story (2015), A Few Things About Cancer (2014), and Bouncing the Well (2016). Kyle is SCUBA certified and looks forward to taking his talents underwater.

 

 

Tami Lynn Ross | Director of Photography

Tami
Tami Lynn Ross | Director of Photography

After 15 years of producing audio for corporate training videos, Tami turned her love for collaboration and focusing on the details to filmmaking. With a passion for storytelling and marketing, Tami specializes in pre-production, script supervising and cheerleading. Tami recently worked as the assistant to the Executive Producer for the Hallmark Film, “The Beach House”, and is Producer and Client Relations Director for MADLAWMEDIA.

 

 

Jessica Kaiser | Production Assistant, Dive Safety Officer

Jessica
Jessica Kaiser | Production Assistant

Instead of hanging out with Bert and Ernie as a child, Jessica preferred Abbott and Costello, and developed an undying love for Gene Wilder and his films at an age when most girls were head over heels for Zach Morris. As her sister Elizabeth developed her filmmaking skills, Jessica regularly helped out in whatever capacity necessary. Now, over ten years later, Jessica is still Elizabeth’s go-to right hand woman. Jessica currently spends her days as a pharmacy tech, and her nights as a beagle mom. Jessica’s clipboard holding skills are unparalleled.

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