Josh has a passion for storytelling. Developed studying documentary filmmaking at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, he nourished it over the last two years living in New Orleans. There he created and operated ABIS Productions, the city’s premiere video production company dedicated to creating video content for bands and musicians. In New Orleans, Josh also worked with Bloody Sunday Sessions, creating and implementing growth strategy for the project while also filming and editing its unique sessions. The city captured his heart, but Josh currently lives in San Francisco where he freelances. Josh has created videos for Jameson Whiskey, The Smithsonian Institute, The San Francisco Giants and Autodesk, among many others.
Sam’s two true passions in life are music and movies. Sam brought these passions together when he decided to shoot a documentary about an up and coming band out of Bloomington, IN called The Main Squeeze. His passion for music and filmmaking are also what brought him to New Orleans to start ABIS Productions with his two friends from college, Josh Freund and Jordan Stone. He also did work as a production assistant for the music department on the HBO series, “Treme.” Sam graduated from Northwestern University with a major in Radio, Television and Film and a minor in Business. Sam is from Roslyn, New York and now lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. Look for him at the funkiest show in town.
Jordan is always looking for the chance to create and consume compelling, moving, funny, and beautiful visual content. He's studied film and television at Northwestern University and FAMU in Prague, Czech Republic. He's taught filmmaking to high school students in rural India and has had the opportunity to work at cool places like HBO, CBS, and 1stAveMachine. Email or call him ASAP if you want to talk about good Tim and Eric sketches.
Jordan is currently based in Brooklyn, NY.
Josh | firstname.lastname@example.org | 510-331-9289
Sam | email@example.com | 516-672-4149
Jordan | firstname.lastname@example.org | 314-800-5509