A former paperboy, farmhand, bank clerk, then bartender, accountant, and award wining photographer, I grew up with a father that had a passion for Super 8 film-making. Dad was not just a guy with a movie camera, but a short film maker. With photography and videography becoming passions of my own, and loving the works my father created, it was inevitable that I came to share the same passion and understand how important short films can be, for so many reasons.
LifeCraft came to me after having several successful screenings with “twenty-somethings” of films I’d recently completed; a six minute corporate philanthropy film, and a twenty-two minute personal history and estate planning film. The screenings were so well received that I found myself feeling a need to work harder in the medium, and continue the journey.
Audio, video, lighting, editing, and producing – I enjoy the entire process, and think of each as its own art form; and rendering the final film, its just great stuff!
I decided to start LifeCraft Media to bring the highest level of engagement and dedication to short film making for private concerns, whatever the need, personal or corporate; to share my work and vision for filming and preserving important events and sharing our stories.
Bringing lives to the screen…
Frank D. Wilson, Filmmaker