Clarion Falls Productions
W. ALEX REEVES Producer / Director
The son of a veteran recording engineer, Alex grew up outside of Chicago, Illinois, where he learned production from a very young age. After graduating from Allegheny College with a degree in Communications and Media Studies, Alex immediately moved to Los Angeles where he began his career as a television editor for networks such as ABC, NBC, Bravo, TLC, Discovery Channel. During that time, he directed several critically acclaimed short films and music videos. In 2010, he founded the production company Point of Blue Studios where he continues to produce a wide variety of content for global non-profit organizations, commercial brands, and television and web content studios such as Comedy Central, Nerdist Industries, and RocketJump Studios.
Currently, Alex is working on Clarion Falls, a dark, dramatic thriller that tells the story of a young woman estranged from her family, running from her past, struggling for redemption and fighting for her life.
Rhett began his career producing and acting in award-winning short films. He took on story editor duties in the creative affairs department of Disney Feature Animation, helping to oversee development and production of over ten $100-million movies at a time in multiple locations worldwide. Later, he served as a legal consultant at Warner Brothers and finished his studio career at Summit Entertainment as Director of Legal Affairs. He has been a partner-executive producer at three different commercial production companies: Egomaniac Productions, French Press Films, and SeaGlass Productions, with clients including Google, AT&T, Gap, and Chevron. Rhett has marketing and finance degrees from Berkeley and a law degree from Columbia. When not working, Rhett spends most of his time as a stage dad for his favorite 12-year-old ballerina.
Writer / Producer
Nicole grew up in Eighty Four, Pennsylvania amidst the beautiful green wilderness of Appalachia. She graduated with a degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Pittsburgh after studying for a year at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania. Since moving to Los Angeles, Nicole has starred in numerous short films, TV episodes and viral videos like freddiew’s “Flower Warfare” which has over 10,000,000 views online. In addition to playing Moriarty on the critically acclaimed webseries Video Game High School, Nicole writes and performs sketch comedy for her own YouTube channel. Her parody Lady Gaga music video has been viewed over 10,000 times.