Frazer Bradshaw makes films, both as a director and as a cinematographer.
As a director, Frazer is driven by the art/content side of filmmaking and by the medium’s capacity to communicate the complex and the profound. Frazer’s first directorial feature, Everything Strange and New, premiered at Sundance in 2009, and went on to win an International Film Critics Prize and the Cinevision Award in Munich. It was also nominated for two Gotham Awards and an Independent Spirit Award. Everything Strange and New played theatrically in major markets and is in distribution through IndiePix, on disc and streaming. He has also made a number of short works, most notably, Every Day Here, which played Sundance in 2000 and Could Have Been Utah and The Rest of the World, which played New York Film Festival in 2001 and 2003, respectively.
As a Cinematographer, Frazer is driven by the art and craft of creating visual images that serve the director’s vision and the film, overall. He has shot 13 narrative features and nearly as many documentary features, including Jamie Meltzer’s Informant and work on the Focus Features release Babies, as well as too many short subjects to count, and a plethora of commercial project.
J. Hugo Fat is a multi-disciplinary artist who, holding dual citizenship, has split his artistic career between the United States and the United Kingdom - United in either case. He is a draughtsman, painter, storyboard artist designer and writer. Hugo has exhibited his paintings for twenty years in cities throughout England and the US. He has been a member of the art collective I Love You Baby! since 2002. As an artist he tries to present his own take on the underlying beauty of human lives full of chaos, conflict and confusion; he often achieves this through the use of ducks, doggies and Subphylum Crustacea.
J. Hugo Fat
Chris Martin is a San Francisco-based producer with over ten years experience in film, television, and commercials. His most recent feature, Tom E. Brown's Pushing Dead (Danny Glover, James Roday) shot in 2015 for release in 2016. His previous feature, Chris Mason Johnson's Test, premiered at the Seattle IFF and at the Berlinale in February 2014 with both domestic and foreign distribution and an Independent Spirit Award nomination. As producer, Chris has twice been a finalist for the Sundance Producer’s Lab in 2013 and 2104.