Collaborators and friends of Kiltered Productions
Brian Newell is an editor, writer and producer in the Washington DC Area, working for the last 10 years in the broadcast TV industry, and also on independent films from time to time. For the past two years he has worked as a Producer and Editor for National Geographic’s Pristine Seas team, writing and editing documentaries and short videos on ocean conservation.
In his free time he loves to edit on fiction films, and write screenplays as well. Brian lives in Bethesda, Maryland with his wife and two boys. www.briannewelledits.com
Tom Digges is a filmmaker and cinematographer currently working in New York City. In addition to his employment at a top camera rental house, he is collaborating with local creatives on passion projects and short films.
Tom’s love of film sprouted from his teenage years of making short mockumentaries with his friends on a mini DV camcorder. Those types of collaborations motivated him to pursue filmmaking as a career and in 2013 he graduated from DeSales University with a degree in TV/Film. Today, Tom continues his efforts to develop his talents and learn the ever-evolving technology of the industry.
Kyle Clark is an independent filmmaker based out of Guilford, Connecticut. Accustomed to wearing multiple hats on and off the set, he’s ready to do whatever is needed to make a project into a captivating story, whether that’s gaffing on a fiction film set, editing a documentary piece, or shooting a music video. In addition to filmmaking, Kyle is also a soundtrack artist and has composed music for both fiction and documentary pieces.
R.J. Wilson is a filmmaker, editor, producer, and VHS hoarder based in Portland, Maine. He was born and raised in Auburn, Maine where he fell in love with filmmaking at the age of 13. He graduated with a BA in Media Writing from the University of Southern Maine and a Master’s degree in Film Production from Ohio University. Since 2015, he has acted as one of several producers for Damnationland: The Way Life Should Bleed, an annual and theatrical exhibition of original horror and thriller films by Maine filmmakers. He also plays guitar for Portland thrashpunk and cokecore band, Eyeball.