We’re a collective of three Brooklyn-based directors. Since 2011, we’ve combined our talents like a short, squat Voltron to make killer branded content and comedy.
Alden Ford is a writer, actor and director. He was raised in the wilds of Alaska, studied Theater at Whitman College in Washington State, and has lived in Brooklyn since 2004. He trained in improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater where he has been a regular performer and host since 2006. He has the directed the UCB house sketch teams Dinner, Gramps, and VEX VIDEO, as well as voiceover and live-action for Nick Jr. and Amazon.
Justin Tyler is a writer, director and actor in New York. He has written and performed for MTV, Comedy Central, The CW, TruTV, IFC, MTV2, Nickelodeon, CMT, FUSE, HLN and Fox Sports 1. He’s a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, host of the Star Wars DIY series Do or Do Not (It Yourself) for Disney/Lucasfilm and creator and host of the Nerdist show Comic Book Club.
Bobby Webster is a Brooklyn-based writer / director and cinematographer. As well as directing short films and projects for the likes of Oral-B, Hasbro, The Guggenheim and Lenovo, his DP credits include the Academy Award-winning short God of Love, and the indie features Lovesick (starring Matt LeBlanc and Ali Larter) and It Had to Be You (starring Cristin Milioti and Dan Soder). He’s from the UK, which means he thinks he’s better than everyone else.
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