My name is Tyler Brown and I am a Seattle based student filmmaker. My interest in film production began when I was given a video camera as part of my 8th grade English course. Since then, I have gone on to create a diverse and award-winning body of work, including short dramas, comedies, documentaries about Ugandan Break-dancers, and corporate video projects for companies such as Microsoft and The Boys and Girls Clubs of America. My films have been recognized at the International level, and I have won several festival awards in student and professional divisions.
My love of film has taken me to the Academy for Film and Television Production (FAMU) in the Czech Republic for a semester, where I was recognized as a top student in my class. I am currently attending the University of Washington in Seattle, where I am working to graduate with a double degree in film production and Business Administration.
My latest film “Alone in the Dark” is about a ghost that struggles to move on with his new life. This fall, I will be entering the 12-minute film, which features a ferryboat scene and many complicated VFX shots into several festivals throughout the world. I hope to share my experience with as many people as I continue to learn from those around me.