Good teams are essential. Everyone we collaborate with are at the top of their game. People who are well seasoned in their craft but also keep it fresh and new.
Triforce frequently works along side of two prominent Los Angeles based production companies: Jargon Entertainment & Romark Films.
A native to Sarasota, Florida, Shaun began his career under the guidance of Del Jacobs, a southwest Florida film teacher / guru and in 2001 moved to Los Angeles. Upon graduating from Columbia College Hollywood in 2003 working along side of Corey Allen and Alan Gansberg, Shaun worked on hundreds of television shows, commercials, music videos and films. Working from the ground up, from Production Assistant to Producer, and whether it be producing, directing, writing, editing or shooting, Shaun understands how to level and collaborate with his whole team to create the best story content possible.
Edward is a native New Yorker who got his start in the creative arts by studying theatrical acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Manhattan, NY.
In the year 2000 Edward made the leap from theater to filmmaking studying under Emmy award winning director Corey Allen at Columbia College-Hollywood in Los Angeles, CA. While still a student at Columbia Edward co-produced the first place winner for Project Greenlight’s 1st annual “Samuel Adams Brew It Yourself Beer Commercial”.
Soon after graduating from film school Edward has contributed his creative skills on various media projects as a Writer, Director and Producer. Edward’s filmmaking projects have a combined total of 11 million views on Youtube.com. Edward has also worked directly for prestigious production companies and major motion picture studios including: Paramount Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Every so often, in the Entertainment industry we find such a mulit-talented artist like Lucas.
Lucas Solomon, owner of Jargon Entertainment Inc, has been killing it in the industry since 1998, and is our longest lasting business associate. Not only does Lucas perform playback ( IATSI Local 695 ) on the biggest television shows, and movies in the industry, or supply them with all their graphics, direct and produce web and tv pilots, but he also creates visual fx as well.
Just a few of his credits include: “The Fast and the Furious” / Universal, “The Italian Job” / Paramount, “Runner Runner” / FOX, “Surfer Dude” Eleven Eleven Films, “W” / Lionsgate, “The Big Bang Theory” / Warner Bros , “Two and a Half Men” / Warner Bros., “The Mindy Project” / FOX, “Dexter” / Showtime, “Perception” / TNT, “True Blood” / HBO, “The Last Resort” / ABC, “90210” / CBS
Triforce is very lucky to have Lucas as a part of our team, and these are the kind of talents you can expect when working with us.
Above is shot of Lucas, yes the tall fellow, along side of Geoff Reisner who is an amazing Cinematographer, directing a scene in downtown Chicago.
Russell Sadeghpour is a VFX artist, graphic designer and filmmaker. After graduating with a B.F.A in Film Production from Chapman University he worked as a Lead Stereographic Compositor at Prime Focus (2010-2012), managing artists and contributing to the 3D conversion of “Star Wars: Episode I,” “Men in Black 3,” “Transformers: Dark of the Moon,” “Immortals,” and “Green Lantern,” among others. He has produced finished animation, composites and motion graphics for music videos, commercials, production company identities and films. Software skillset includes Nuke, Eyeon Fusion, After Effects, Cinema 4D, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
As a filmmaker he wrote, produced and directed an anthology of films about L.A. titled “Lowlands.”
A NY corporate photographer by trade, who specialized in commercial and industrial photography for at large defense/aerospace company at that time called Sperry Gyroscope (now called Lockheed Martin). For 20 years, Eric photographed nuclear submarines, radar sites, and other military and manufacturing locations for public relations, marketing and tech manuals.
Now living in FL, Eric combines his passion for architecture, event and commercial photography, photographing homes for the building and real estate industry and food products for publication.
Caleb got his musical start in high school and quickly realized his passion for composing. At Bard College he explored a wide variety of genres, from country to free jazz and was a multi-instrumentalist for several original music projects until graduating in 2000. Since leaving Bard, he has scored five short films and a web series, as well as collaborated and recorded with several artists, in addition to being a member of four original music projects. Caleb also worked for five years as an advertising music supervisor for Warner/Chappell Music, Production Advisors and independently. Most recently, he completed a master’s program at Lesley University in February 2013 where he devised a customized music Web design in Albuquerque healing program to attenuate stress. Caleb’s newest original music will be featured on his forth-coming album, “Embracing the Grey,” set to come out late October 2013.
Caleb got his start with Shaun and Edward scoring “The Break Up” and has since been collaborating with the Triforce team.