Directors: Owen Williams and Merry Grissom
Screenwriter: Owen Williams
Format: Half-hour single-camera TV Show
Tiny House is a single camera dramedy centered on three siblings doing the best they can in life but coming up a little short. It feels like HBO's Togetherness meets Showtime's Happyish with a little Trailer Park Boys mixed in. Having not spoken to each other since their mother's death 9 years before, three misfit siblings return home to squabble over their last remaining inheritance – the family home. Despite their differences and deep-seated grudges, the dependency on the house they grew up in forces the siblings to become something they hadn’t even known they were missing... a family.
Created/Written by: Owen Williams and Sherry Romito
Format: Hour-long Docu-series TV Show
These are confusing times we're living in. It's important to teach our children that their backyard is all of Mother Earth, not just the concrete patio outside the backdoor of our one-bedroom apartment. Let’s inspire them to see that this is a planet worth taking care of. Investigating. Experiencing. Let’s inspire each other to remember why we are here. We want to throw ourselves into the fire and learn more about who we are, and who we aren’t. What we’re capable of. Let’s be the parents who didn’t go running right to predictable. Lets not live for a 401K. I don’t even know what a 401K is, but I do know this- “Life moves pretty fast, you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” You know who said that? Ferris Bueller. Lets go build an igloo and sleep in it.
Director: Owen Williams
Format: Music Video
A music video featuring the song "Westfalia" by singer/songwriter Nick Gallant.
Director: Merry Grissom
Screenwriter: Merry Grissom
Format: Short Film
Lily tells her parents there's a monster in the house. And there is.
We often collaborate with Merry Grissom for many of our television and film productions. Merry graduated from Bard College in New York with a degree in Theater, and studied for a year at the British American Drama Academy in London. Since then, she has lived in Los Angeles working as a writer, actor, producer and director in film, TV, on stage and on the web. She also assists other writers with their scripts, and prides herself on having read (by rough estimate) a billion screenplays.