Our Team

OUR TEAM

Brian Stephens – Producer/Director

has worked in the film and television industry since 1992. He began his career as an actor in television and film and retains a current SAG membership. He also works behind the camera, which has led him in many different directions. He’s worked on live shows for PBS, Telemundo ( Spanish Network ) & an NBC affiliate in Palm Springs. He’s also helped Produce commercials, music videos, has worked numerous technical positions in television as a Director, Technical Director, Master Control Operator, Camera Operator, Stage Manager, Grip/Electric and Post-Production Supervisor.

Such positions include, Producer/Director of a half hour Pilot on wines from around the world called Wine Degustation of The World, lighting technician ( Best-Boy ) on John Hancock’s feature film titled, “Suspended Animation”), Producer/Director/Writer of a short film/trailer called “The Undead”, and in the NFL season of 1999/2000 Brian worked with the Raiders Organization to produce a standard definition half-hour program on footballs most fabulous females, “The Oakland Raiderettes” (The NFL Cheerleaders).

Brian has now established his own company as CEO of Pixel-Flick Entertainment, Inc. With a home base in Palm Springs, California and also working out of A.G.L.S, a commercial studio lighting stage 15 minutes from Chicago, the company is now in a position to develop, produce and distribute their own projects.

Joseph Blea – Producer/ Editor

received his B.A. in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts from San Francisco State University in 1999, as well as a Television Operators Degree from the College of San Mateo in 1997. He received a scholastic Emmy Award from NATAS in 1997 for his work on a magazine formatted show, "Focal Point" for PBS station KCSM 60. He has worked on both field and studio productions with a focus in post-production which includes corporate videos, documentaries, magazine formatted shows, educational & instructional videos, and independent films. Most recently, he shot second camera and served as chief editor on the HD feature "The Confessional" for The Lionfish Group.