Andrew Redd

Andrew Redd

Owner/Cinematographer at Crashbox Media
Cinematographer, Gaffer/lighting Technician, Camera Operator, Crew, Producer and Director of Photography

Dallas, Texas

Member Since:
July 2011
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About Andrew

Director of Photography, Camera Operator and Gaffer with over 24 years of professional experience in the film and television industry, having worked on everything from commercials, docs, episodic tv, and features to name a few.


  • WeRiseUP

    WeRiseUP (2019)
    Film Camera and Electrical Department

  • Tig Notaro: Happy To Be Here

    Tig Notaro: Happy To Be Here (2018)
    Film Camera and Electrical Department

  • Hallie's Heroes: Rockstar

    Hallie's Heroes: Rockstar (2018)
    Video Camera and Electrical Department

  • Silent Night

    Silent Night (2018)
    Film Cinematographer

  • Color Me You

    Color Me You (2017)
    Film Camera and Electrical Department

  • Alternative Math

    Alternative Math (2017)
    Film Camera and Electrical Department

  • Love Is a Battlefield

    Love Is a Battlefield (2016)
    TV Movie Cinematographer

  • 21 Outs

    21 Outs (2015)
    Film by Guillermo Iván (Family) Camera and Electrical Department A Texas high school baseball coach inspired his team of poor, Mexican-American players and led them to the state championship.

  • The Strike

    The Strike (2015)
    Film by Ben Loggins (Comedy, Crime and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department When a trio of struggling and increasingly desperate thirty-something actors -- Alberto, Molly and Richard -- discover that A-list talent agent Carlo Lombardi is taking classes at the yoga studio where Molly teaches, they concoct the perfect scheme to convince him of their talent: Lay siege to the yoga studio, tie Carlo up -- and with a gun to his head -- give the performance of their lives! A perfect plan! Now what could go wrong? 'The Strike': Just cause they have a plan, doesn't mean they've got a clue!

  • Figurehead

    Figurehead (2015)
    Film (short) by Jason Reimer (Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department A man living on the fumes of a dwindling family trust waits for a phone call that might change his fate while trying to escape the shadow of his successful father.

  • Highway 31: Miss Your Love

    Highway 31: Miss Your Love (2015)
    Video Camera and Electrical Department

  • Make It Rain

    Make It Rain (2014)
    Film (short) by Chris Spisak (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A young boy who lives, eats, and sleeps basketball overhears his family arguing about money. They live on a farm and there's a drought: not good. To take his mind off of things, the boy turns on the local college team and catches a glimpse of his favorite player, nicknamed "The Rainmaker." When the announcer comments that the nickname came from the player's ability to "make it rain from the outside", the young boy becomes convinced that with a little practice (and some movie magic thrown in for good measure), he too can "Make It Rain". Written by Chris Spisak

  • Blue Family

    Blue Family (2014)
    Film by Ben Loggins (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Blue Family is a suspenseful drama inspired by actual events which tells the story of a man who over the course of two years kidnaps three women and keeps them locked in his basement for several more years. It gives an inside look at the double life of a man whose depths of darkness are revealed behind closed doors, along with the stories of three women willing to do anything in order to get back to their families. Written by Golden Ceiba Productions

  • Jail Wagon

    Jail Wagon (2014)
    Film by David Edwin Read (Action, Comedy and Western) Cinematographer

  • John and Claudia

    John and Claudia (2013)
    Film (short) by David Redish (Crime, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department 1970. John was an outlaw. Claudia a small-town Texas belle. It was no ones fault but their own when they fell in love.

  • Houston Beauty

    Houston Beauty (2013)
    Television (Reality-TV) Camera and Electrical Department

  • First Time Flippers

    First Time Flippers (2013)
    TV Series Camera and Electrical Department

  • The Preacher's Daughter

    The Preacher's Daughter (2013)
    TV Movie by Michelle Mower (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department The estranged daughter of a small town minister is forced to return to the strict, religious home of her youth where she must confront the troubled relationships that caused her to leave four years before.

  • Best Funeral Ever

    Best Funeral Ever (2012)
    TV Movie Camera and Electrical Department

  • Ann Richards' Texas

    Ann Richards' Texas (2012)
    Film by Keith Patterson (Documentary, Biography, Comedy and History) Camera and Electrical Department In a state where even the road signs are macho, an unlikely political outsider emerged to take on the power structure. The leader who came of age during the high tide of modern conservatism, changing Texas and the country - did it in heels.

  • The Playroom

    The Playroom (2012)
    Film by Julia Dyer (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Four children in their attic hideaway make up a fantastic story, while downstairs their parents weave a drunken intrigue of their own.

  • Cowgirls 'n Angels

    Cowgirls 'n Angels (2012)
    Film by Timothy Armstrong (Family) Camera and Electrical Department "Cowgirls N' Angels" tells the story of Ida, a feisty and rebellious young girl, who has fantasies of finding her father, a rodeo rider. While searching for her dad, she connects with the Sweethearts of the Rodeo, a team of young female rodeo riders run by former rodeo star Terence Parker. Recognizing Ida's innate talent for trick riding, Terence recruits her for their ranks. Accepted wholeheartedly by her new "family," Ida finds a new passion that redefines her life -- and she also may find the father she's been searching for. Written by Anonymous

  • Cinema Six

    Cinema Six (2012)
    Film by Cole Selix (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Hilarity ensues as a trio of friends who "work" at the Stanton Family Cinema must finally face the music of real life: keep their sweet slacker theater jobs or grow up?

  • Knowing Krazy

    Knowing Krazy (2012)
    Film (short) by Brian LaCroix (Drama) Cinematographer A lonely and depressed guy searches for love online.....and meets the girl of his dreams. Or so he thinks.

  • A Man Made Early

    A Man Made Early (2011)
    Film (short) by Cruz Angeles Camera and Electrical Department High school senior, Tony Rodriguez, struggles with the decision of attending a college close to home or accepting a scholarship from a university in another state. Tony will have to confront peer pressure, cultural limitations, and family expectations to make his own decisions. Written by Anonymous

  • Wuss

    Wuss (2011)
    Film by Clay Liford (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department WUSS is the story of a high school teacher who faces constant ridicule after he's repeatedly beaten up by several of his own students. Having nowhere else to turn, he eventually teams up with another of his students to fight back. This student, a young girl, is feared school-wide because of a dark family reputation. She also has an unfortunate nickname grafted to her due to her predilection for smoking discarded cigarettes. Bonded in battle, the student and teacher form a friendship that stretches the use of the word inappropriate. Written by Anonymous

  • Still Workin on It

    Still Workin on It (2010)
    Video by Andrew Redd (Comedy and Music) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer, Actor, Director, Producer Still Workin on it is the story of the Rock Band Lips ten years after their brief rise to fame and break up. With such hit songs as Jump on My Pony of love and Backseat Lover they were on their way to quickly becoming a household name in the 80's. However conflicts and egos destroyed the band before they were able to accomplish world domination. Written by Anonymous

  • Lone Star

    Lone Star (2010)
    Television by Kyle Killen (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An oil man lives a double life.

  • An Acrid Yarn

    An Acrid Yarn (2010)
    Film by Tony Roberts (Thriller) Cinematographer Based on real events in a small town where the pastor takes advantage of his female flock.

  • Life Before Wedding

    Life Before Wedding (2010)
    Film by Praveen Sattaru (Comedy and Romance) Cinematographer "Everyone has a belief system, a perception of reality that is influenced by past experience, a point of view that has developed over time. No two people may react alike to the same situation. This is an attempt to tell a story we might have heard from our friends or happened to one of them," says the director. Written by Praveen Sattura

  • Brotherhood

    Brotherhood (2010)
    Film Camera and Electrical Department

  • Chase

    Chase (2010)
    Television by Jennifer Johnson (Action, Crime, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A team tracks down fugitive criminals.

  • Exposed

    Exposed (2010)
    Television (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Beautiful Exposure

    Beautiful Exposure (2009)
    Film (short) by Geoff McGee (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Tells the story of a depressed photographer that gets back together with his ex girlfriend, who is a model, for one last photo shoot!

  • Geeta in Paradise

    Geeta in Paradise (2009)
    Film by Benny Mathews (Comedy, Musical and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Modern Dating According to Jeff

    Modern Dating According to Jeff (2009)
    Film by Buddy Howard (Comedy) Actor When the camera quit rolling Greg and buddy wanted to make a movie unlike any seen before it. Breaking the third wall, and having the film editor as part of the cast. After all Jeff is the story of a stalker who honestly is lousy at his job. We follow Jeff trying to find love, only to fall flat. Will Jeff find love? Will the team sell their film? Will Greg keep his Kidney? Written by Anonymous

  • Maggie's Passage

    Maggie's Passage (2009)
    Film by Mike Norris (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Dusk

    Dusk (2008)
    Film Camera and Electrical Department

  • Pink

    Pink (2008)
    Television by Blake Calhoun (Action) Camera and Electrical Department Series following assassin Natalie "Nate" Cross as she hunts for two men... her next target and her future husband.

  • Deion and Pilar Sanders: Prime Time Love

    Deion and Pilar Sanders: Prime Time Love (2008)
    Television by Sam Sokolow (Reality-TV) Camera and Electrical Department A reality show centered on former pro athlete Deion Sanders, his wife, and their five children, all of whom live in the small town of Prosper, Texas.

  • The Man Who Came Back

    The Man Who Came Back (2008)
    Film by Glen Pitre (Action, Drama and Western) Camera and Electrical Department A dozen years after the Civil War, former slaves go on strike at a powerful judge's plantation.

  • Missionary Man

    Missionary Man (2007)
    Film by Dolph Lundgren (Action, Drama, Thriller and Western) Camera and Electrical Department A lone biker rides into town in the aftermath of the death of his good friend J.J. Once there Ryder discovers that his friend didn't die but was murdered by a local businessman who would let nothing stand in the way of his plans to build a state of the art casino on Indian reservation and. On a mission of justice Ryder confronts and defeats Reno and his men in a tour de force show down where the one (Ryder) vanquishes the many. Written by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

  • Inspector Mom: Kidnapped in Ten Easy Steps

    Inspector Mom: Kidnapped in Ten Easy Steps (2007)
    TV Movie by Brad Keller (Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department Set against the backdrop of the latest craze - ballroom dancing - Maddie Monroe must discover the identity of dangerous kidnappers and bring them to justice before her best friend becomes their next victim.

  • Inspector Mom

    Inspector Mom (2007)
    Television by William Peirson (Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department, Camera and Electrical Department For Maddie Monroe, soccer practice and murder go together like apple pie and vanilla ice cream.

  • Midnight Clear

    Midnight Clear (2006)
    Film by Dallas Jenkins (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department On Christmas Eve, Lefty is a homeless and unemployed alcoholic loser that will lose the right to see his son. In despair, he trades a gun and is ready to heist a convenience store and commit suicide. Eva is a lonely old lady estranged from her family that is ready to commit suicide. Kirk is the owner of a convenience store and gas station that feels stranded in his work. Mary is a mother that is raising her young son alone after the accident of her husband that has brain damage. Mitch is a youngster that belongs to a Christian group of youths that does not understand the reason why they should visit lonely old people of his community in the Christmas Eve. The lonely and depressed persons have their lives affected for good by minor acts of kindness and sympathy and Mitch realizes how important his assignment has made the difference. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Birdie & Bogey

    Birdie & Bogey (2004)
    Film Camera and Electrical Department

  • The Beautiful Country

    The Beautiful Country (2004)
    Film by Hans Petter Moland (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department One of the consequences of the U.S.-Viet Nam war was the children of G.I.s by their Viet Namese wives and lovers. For years, women who were involved with U.S. soldiers were social outcasts, treated as collaborators while their children, even when living with grandparents, endured taunts and abuse. This is the story of one such child, Binh, being forced from his village at seventeen years, going to Saigon to find his mother, then trying to escape to the U.S. with his much younger half-brother, Tam, in 1990. The film lingers on the rigors of the voyage: the sampan, the Malaysian detention camps, the illegal refugee ship, and the underground economy with near-slavery in New York City. It then opens up when Binh leaves New York for Houston to find his father. Written by Maple-2

  • Prison-A-Go-Go!

    Prison-A-Go-Go! (2003)
    Film by Barak Epstein (Action and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department A women-in-prison action comedy featuring girls running amok! Multiple Shower Scenes! Kung Fu Food Fights! Mutant Zombies! Evil Scientists, Prominent Product Placement, and Mud Wrastlin!

  • Bells of Innocence

    Bells of Innocence (2003)
    Film by Alin Bijan (Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Chuck Norris ventures into the west to stop a hoard of ghosts in their deadly past.

  • Wilderness Survivor: The Game

    Wilderness Survivor: The Game (2003)
    Video by Buddy Howard (Comedy) Cinematographer, Actor With all the reality shows on the television there are hours of footage that the viewing public doesn't get to see. Well, that is until now. Whether you love reality T.V. or you hate it Wilderness Survivor The Game is a must see. What really happens when you put 12 people out in the woods with no supervision and a million dollars on the line. See the good the bad and the ugly side of Survival! Written by Anonymous

  • Stationery Games

    Stationery Games (2002)
    Film (short) by Stephen Perkins (Mystery, Romance and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A rapid romance between a CIA agent and the daughter of a politically powerful family takes a thrilling turn with the arrival of mysterious and ominous letters that incite a game of mistrust, seduction, and betrayal.

  • Dead Flesh

    Dead Flesh (2001)
    Film by Scott Miles (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department When high school underachiever Ben meets the mysterious Maggie, the new girl at Vincent Price High, he falls instantly in love. She's a bit tougher to convince; who has time for romance when you're busy cracking skulls and eating brains? Eventually, the two make a deal: Ben will use his horror movie knowledge to help Maggie understand her zombie ways if she'll limit her killing to the popular kids who actually deserve to die. As the bodies pile up, a couple of clueless actors arrive in town in a misguided attempt to kill the zombie and revitalize the ratings of their syndicated television show "Betsy, The Monster Killer." But when Maggie's hunger for the flesh of the living spirals out of control, Ben must decide if love is worth dying for, especially when his girlfriend has just devoured the entire football team at the Homecoming game. Written by Anonymous

  • Journey

    Camera and Electrical Department

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