ABOUT SKY'S EDGE FILMS
At Sky's Edge Films we love all kinds of music and all forms of cinema storytelling, enabling us to craft drama, comedy, romance, horror, and experimental videos for recording artists of all musical stripes.
A student of theater in New York City and graduate of Macalaster College in St. Paul, MN, Freddy moved to Portland, OR, where he produces films and videos and leads a weekly screenwriting workshop. He is an accomplished photographer, actor, and chef, and plays banjo and guitar.
(Director of Photography)
An outspoken environmental activist, Travis has worked as a photographer and videographer in L.A., rural America, and India. He currently works with EcoJaunt, a project for sustainability in America. Having recently finished work on the feature film "Holed-Up", Travis serves as Cinematographer on many Sky's Edge shoots.
Portland-area native Gary Sadler's lifelong passion for cinema led to film studies at PCC and PSU and several years in the local film industry. He's served as a grip, cameraman and assistant editor on a number of Sky's Edge projects. An extreme sports enthusiast, Sadler is rarely without his GoPros on hand.
(Director of Photography / Assistant Director)
Ben Bach is a videographer and photographer based out of Portland, OR. Over the past ten years he has created a body of work that spans fiction and nonfiction, corporate and experimental. When he is not shooting, you can find him enjoying the outdoors, food, friends, and family.
Sami received a BA in Film Studies from the University of Oregon and has served as Art Director for most of Sky's Edge Films' projects to date. You can now find Sami in LA, where she just wrapped production on a feature film.
John grew up in Chicago, studied literature at Oxford, and was a newspaper reporter in Southern Oregon. He moved to Portland to focus on creative work and has since worked in puppetry, film and music video. John has written several feature film scripts and numerous shorts. When not pursuing his art, he can usually be found reading a book.