JASON BROWN // creative director
Jason Brown is a film director | producer, and he shoots his own camera. He directed and
produced the documentary films; Twilight in Forks – The Saga of the Real Town as well as
Destination Forks. Both released worldwide by Summit Entertainment as part of the
Twilight franchise. Most recently Jason directed the documentary “ReMaking the Legend-Halo 2
Anniversary” for 343 Industries to coincide with the 10th anniversary of Halo 2 and the release of
the game “The Master Chief Collection” on Xbox One.
Jason’s experience in film, television and music production place him in the top tier of creative
talent in the industry. With four Emmy Awards, as well as multiple Clio, Telly and Addy Awards,
Jason’s work has been seen by millions of people on TV, in theaters, and in corporate settings
around the world.
His credits include work on feature films such as Lover’s Lane and Double Impact, television
shows like A&E’s “Sell this House” and Discovery’s “Super Surgeries”, as well as many projects
for ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, Showtime, and the NFL Super Bowl. Jason’s work has also been
viewed by audiences at the Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, New York
International Film Festival and during the NFL Super Bowl. His corporate productions for
companies like Nintendo, Microsoft, Coke, Nike and National Geographic round out a full
spectrum of career achievement.
TROY THOMAS // executive producer
Troy Thomas is a veteran journalist and documentary film producer and writer. Cybersecurity
and the high-tech industry are of high interest to Troy and lead to years of work for Microsoft’s
Digital Crimes Unit.
Troy worked his way up through every newsroom discipline to eventually launch and lead the
world's first all-digital TV news network. As a team leader and on the ground, he was a pioneer
in creating compelling stories and special content for digital platforms, social media and the
internet. He has chronicled days and weeks of LIVE broadcast TV about some of the world's
biggest stories of the last several decades. From Presidential elections and two major wars to
riots, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, he loves to capture the emotion of people living,
surviving and thriving.
Today Troy’s focus is on documentary filmmaking and his specialty is interviewing one on one to
put his subjects at ease and to get them to be themselves on camera. He travels the world for
clients of all sizes who have stories to tell. His work has been honored with numerous Emmy and
Troy’s client credits include ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, CNN, MSNBC, BBC, Microsoft, Boeing, eBay,
HTC, PayPal, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Waggener Edstrom Worldwide, The US
Postal Service, VoxusPR, Silicon Mechanics, Novinium, Comcast and General Motors.
Dozens of Telly Winners
Seattle International Film Festival