Jordan Brown is a writer, director and founder of Syndicate Seven. His first two films premiered at the Shanghai International Film Festival, the Toronto Independent Film Festival, and the Canada International Film Festival (where he won a Rising Star Award). Today, Jordan is focused on developing an exciting slate of upcoming projects for both film and television under his Syndicate Seven brand.
Christopher J. Wilson is a writer, editor and co-founder of Syndicate Seven Films. His award-winning collaborations with Jordan have premiered at film festivals around the world, as well as earned international distribution. Outside of his work with the Syndicate, Christopher is an established commercial editor for major name-brands.
Greg is a composer well known for his work on countless movie trailers and commercials. He composes under a moniker, The Secession, and owns Secession Studios, a boutique music house offering his passion and unique style for commercial projects and film.
Tyler Tilly is a US based concept artist working in the film and games industry. Originally working in-house as a graphic designer, he now uses that experience to bring a fresh perspective to concept art and illustration.
Madelaine is a motion-graphic and co-editor for Syndicate Seven Films. Her talents in the field have also led to awards and recent opportunities to create commercial and marketing campaigns for an industry leading tech firm.
Taylre specializes in the art of color correction and color grading for film through his company, Grade. His expertise in post-production earned him lead colorist work on national commercials for NAPA, Wendy’s, Sprint, and Advantage. Taylre was also lead colorist for the music video “Downtown” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.