Never On Time Productions: Meet the faces that make it all happen!
Matt, one of my very close friends, was with us for our very first shoot, "Perils In E. Minor" and immediately after, started his own group Walltie Films. He and I both share a similar outlook on projects and he is always my go-to guy.
Mr. Melton is the head of video productions, where NSCC was born. I call him our founding father, since all of us met in his class and he is always the one I run to when I always ask "what do I do now?" A great leader, teacher and friend- he's been a blessing to my life.
Jessica was the very first member of Never On Time Productions. She helped with a LOT of the behind the scenes planning and production long before the rest fo the crew was established. Jessica is one of the very few I trust to think for me. She is more help than I think she will ever know.
Brandi and I are two in one. A very talented actress, along with make up artist, Brandi knows how to prepare. She keep up, keeps things on track, and keeps it together. Beautiful both inside and out, she started with me in front of the camera, and is now one of our key production associates on set.
Shilo started on our team as an actress in "Perils In E. Minor" until she began to showcase her talents in special effect/practical makeup. An amazing asset to the team, and a great friend, Shilo has helped us rake in a few awards with her skills.
Marcus has proven himself a guy that has no time to waste, which made him an excellent Assistant Director over the years. His willingness to get things done and the way he can lead a team is what persuaded me to make him my right hand. He has gone on to start his own production group, Marcus House Productions.
Brandon came a little late in the scene, though we all shared the same class. However, he quickly became a great friend as well as a great addition to the team. His production company, MVP Studios, is a force to be reckoned with, and I am very happy to have a friend that has become successful in his craft.
Matt is the one that helps me stay on track. Over the years, he always advised me with the best routes to make sure we stayed on time with things and that the creative flow continued on.
Gorica is a trip. But she is also, hands down, the BEST graphic designer in the state of Tennessee. A very young talent, Gorica knows her talents and has very fast hands once her creativity begins to flow. A majority of the graphic work you see on our films and posters is all her. :)
Mr. Rogers is another one of our founding fathers of NOT Productions. He taught us QUITE a few things in our years at NSCC and came aboard NOT Productions as a co-writer with Jamie Collins. A great addition to the team, as well as a great friend to us all. He only wants to see his students succeed. I think we're doing ok so far. :)
I hate Djordje. This is all he does to me on set- torture me. But Djordje has always been great to have around. My "yes" guy. Usually, I would hate those, but he's an honest yes guy.
Adam is an AWESOME set of hands to have around. Very knowledgable about film and video production, we have only worked together a few times, but every time he has impressed me and has no need to prove his talents to anyone. Just wind him up and watch him work.