Byron Erwin

Byron Erwin

Aegis Pictures

Atlanta, Georgia

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September 2015
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About Byron

Byron Conrad Erwin directed his first feature film, Inside Job (1989), which brought him the opportunity to work with such prestigious clients as National Geographic Television and Discovery Channel. He then became one of the most successful television commercial directors for Comcast in the late 1990s. A string of memorable films made him a popular director. His first theatrical feature was released nationwide in 2009.

Erwin has received many honors during his career, including an award for best cinematography for his work as a DP on the film Passing (2013).


  • Tiger Lily

    Tiger Lily (2015)
    Film by Byron Conrad Erwin (Drama, Family and Romance) Editor, Director, Producer Emily is a young woman fighting breast cancer, but it's the questionable friendship with wealthy businessman and fellow cancer patient, Charles, that proves to be her biggest battle.

  • Mr. Lockjaw

    Mr. Lockjaw (2015)
    TV Movie by Byron Conrad Erwin (Crime) Editor, Director, Producer Mr. Lockjaw is an American drama series created by Justin Craig and Byron Conrad Erwin. Set and produced in Atlanta, Georgia, Mr. Lockjaw is the story of Miles Brimley (Troy Halverson), a struggling children's entertainer who is dragged into the underworld of criminal interrogation and torture by his deranged dummy, Mr. Lockjaw. Finding his hole dug deeper and deeper, Miles has no choice but to give in to Mr. Lockjaw's increasingly dangerous desires. A glimmer of hope appears for him in Gwyneth, a recovering drug addict who hopes that her childhood bond with Miles can help her escape painful memories. Miles and Lockjaw's situation is further complicated by the crumbling empire of their once powerful employer, Hubaldus Hercolani; his number one in command, Leonard Stanley; and a blackmailed police officer, Bill Preslin. If that weren't enough to contend with, Detective Schafley, a by the book gumshoe, is pulled into a murder case with Miles as the prime suspect... or should that be Mr.... Written by Justin Craig

  • The King's Guitar

    The King's Guitar (2015)
    Film (short) by Stephen Sherwood (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer A diner, a forgotten wallet and a rare guitar lead Don to a crisis of conscience. Should he do what's right, or what's profitable?

  • The Cure

    The Cure (2014)
    Film by Justin Poage (Action, Crime and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A hired assassin battles time & powerful forces to rid himself of a prototype antitoxin that's been shoved into his bloodstream.

  • Chor

    Chor (2014)
    Film (short) by Asad Farooqui (Comedy and Crime) Cinematographer In this satirical comedy set in Pakistan, 3 burglars decide to rob a house. But not all of them agree on the loot.

  • Bonding

    Bonding (2014)
    Film (short) by Asad Farooqui (Comedy and Romance) Cinematographer It's date night at a Thai restaurant. Amir and Nadia show exactly how much they love each other.

  • Free

    Free (2014)
    Film (short) by Asad Farooqui (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer Life or debt?

  • Zombie Dickheads in Time Insensitive

    Zombie Dickheads in Time Insensitive (2014)
    Film (short) by Paul Jenkins (Comedy) Cinematographer

  • Love Stinks

    Love Stinks (2014)
    Film (short) by Ken MacLaughlin (Comedy, Fantasy and Romance) Cinematographer, Visual effects Love stinks, but boyfriends don't have to.

  • Tell Me No Lies

    Tell Me No Lies (2014)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Action, Crime and Drama) Director A young detective is on the rise and at the top of his career until a dark secret comes back to send his word into a tailspin.

  • Searching for Signals

    Searching for Signals (2013)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Drama and Family) Editor, Director, Writer, Producer A young boy mourning the loss of his mother discovers his father's dark secret.

  • Under the Skin

    Under the Skin (2013)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Comedy and Drama) Editor, Director, Set decorator A group of friends go out for a night on the town only to realize the game they are playing has a life changing outcome.

  • I Stand Alone

    I Stand Alone (2013)
    Film (short) by Kevin Patterson (Drama) Editor, Cinematographer, Visual effects, Sound department A woman struggles with the hurtful memories of her past while being forced to deal with the uncertainty of what she wants for her future. At the point of destroying her own life as well as that of her family, she is left with the question she has run from her entire life, 'What do I do now?' Written by Anonymous

  • Passing

    Passing (2013)
    Film (short) by Stephen Sherwood (Drama and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer Twenty-two years ago, John made arrangements for his death. Now that the time is at hand, he's having second thoughts.

  • The Sick

    The Sick (2013)
    Film by Ken Farrington (Horror and Thriller) Art department

  • Buttons

    Buttons (2012)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Comedy and Thriller) Editor, Cinematographer, Director Tommy, in his sleeping girlfriend's bed, is tormented by her childhood Teddy Bear and the knowledge it has of her past.

  • Last Words

    Last Words (2012)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Drama) Editor, Cinematographer, Director A man joins his mother on her deathbed for some final words.

  • Mr. Snuggles

    Mr. Snuggles (2012)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Horror and Thriller) Editor, Cinematographer, Director, Writer In a creepy new twist on the traditional vaudeville act, "MR SNUGGLES" sends a disturbed ventriloquist, Miles, on his latest challenge. With a glib wit as lethal as his attaché of carving knives, Miles is challenged as never before to bring down a nemesis and unravel a deadly plot that could put him out of business forever. The business of sadistic human torture, that is. Written by Anonymous

  • Steven and Maxene

    Steven and Maxene (2012)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Drama and Thriller) Editor, Director, Writer, Camera and Electrical Department Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, and the problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied. This is especially true when the abuse is psychological, rather than physical and it can leave deep and lasting scars. This film explores the terrifying question: can you live in fear of the person you love? Written by Anonymous

  • The Bachelorette Project

    The Bachelorette Project (2012)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Comedy and Drama) Editor, Cinematographer, Director Bridesmaids meets Wedding Crashers

  • Two-Time

    Two-Time (2012)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Comedy and Drama) Editor, Cinematographer, Director, Writer They accused, they threatened, they called each other names, they quibbled over quirks... and they did it all, just to prove how much they love each other. TWO-TIME tells a profound and untold story of male and female courtships through the eyes of innocent children. This incredibly passionate couple endures doubt, fear, and infidelity, yet continued to persevere against and onslaught of insurmountable odds that are pitted against them. Written by Anonymous

  • No Remorse

    No Remorse (2012)
    Film (short) by Eric Ragan (Drama) Cinematographer What would you do if you were in an abusive relationship? A woman who is abused by her husband for years final takes the ultimate revenge on him.

  • The Sinner: Act II

    The Sinner: Act II (2012)
    Film (short) by Eric Ragan (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer, Producer, Camera and Electrical Department, Production manager The second act of Jeremiah and his quest for redemption takes him deeper into the true heart of darkness of mankind. Will he find redemption or die trying?

  • Cardboard Castles

    Cardboard Castles (2011)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Editor, Director A frazzled and strung-out prostitute abandons her two daughters to fend for themselves. In the basement of an dilapidated house, they find a game that plays off of their vivid imaginations. Giving away more would take away from the surprises to be enjoyed here. Written by Anonymous

  • The Rubicon

    The Rubicon (2011)
    Film (short) by Stephen Sherwood (Mystery and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer Tom and Angela are at the end of their rope. Facing foreclosure, bankruptcy and physical problems, they are offered a chance at a new life, at a price. They must leave all they know, and can never return. Will they risk everything for a fresh start, or choose to stay and face an uncertain future? Written by Stephen P. Sherwood

  • Lencevo

    Lencevo (2011)
    Film (short) by Ivan Ortega (Fantasy and Horror) Cinematographer Imagine the most horrific fear. Is it a monster? A demon? A nightmare? A twisted person who can turn the purest soul into dust and corrupt it until it becomes evil itself? Lencevo and his twisted benevolence will make Ryden face the most horrible act. Murder. Written by Anonymous

  • Adventures in Values Volume 1

    Adventures in Values Volume 1 (2011)
    Video by Jared Young (Family) Art director Join Bill, Charles and the rest of the gang in five all new Fantastic World adventures. Kids will laugh along with every ones favorite brothers as they learn what it means to have patience, compassion, and courage. Kids will also find why it's important to be honest and encourage others. The Fantastic world uses humor to make valuable Bible lessons memorable into todays media rich culture. So don't miss out and treat your children to something they won't soon forget, A Fantastic World Adventure! Written by Bill Peterson

  • Harvest

    Harvest (2010)
    Film (short) by Brent Brooks (Thriller) Editor, Producer, Composer, Miscellaneous Crew It's a tough economy. For Brandy, a local thrift store owner, things are getting bleak. But her brother Jim has a plan.

  • Jersey Shark

    Jersey Shark (2010)
    Film (short) by Zach Cowan (Comedy and Crime) Editor, Cinematographer What do two thieves, a hit man, census taker, a girl scout, two Mormon Missionaries and a lawnmower man have in common? They are all about to have a really bad day.

  • Poor Boy

    Poor Boy (2010)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Comedy and Drama) Editor, Director, Writer Luke is the sole survivor of the apocalyptic memory bomb that wiped out free thought from the world. With his trusty companion, Hussy, He tries to jog the memories of the people that don't know the apocalypse has all ready happened.

  • World Wide Deception

    World Wide Deception (2010)
    Film (short) by Brent Brooks (Sci-Fi) Editor, Cinematographer, Art director Butterflies fill Blake's stomach as he prepares for the opportunity of a lifetime, an interview with the ultra-secretive Internet firm, Nebulas Enterprises. What Blake discovers is a series of random occurrences that are all tied together to reveal one powerful self-fulfilling destiny, that he must face... alone. Written by Anonymous

  • No Experience Necessary

    No Experience Necessary (2010)
    Film (short) by Brent Brooks (Thriller) Editorial department When a vulnerable inexperienced actress answers a film audition notice, all hell breaks loose in a parable where young naivety meets calculated malice.

  • The Odyssey of Tiny Pirate

    The Odyssey of Tiny Pirate (2010)
    Video by Jared Young (Family) Art director All your favorite Fantastic World friends are back in four brand new adventures. First, Bill has trouble accepting Charles' new friend, Tiny Pirate. Next, Charles learns what it means to be responsible when he forgets to do his chores. Finally, everyone has to band together and help Tiny Pirate save his ship from the mischievous Heeby Jeeby. Plus, see Bill do martial arts in his dojo and watch Charles build crazy things in his Tree-Top Toy Shop. Written by Bill Peterson

  • Lure

    Lure (2009)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin (Drama and Thriller) Editor, Director, Writer, Producer A spiritually depressed man who believes that suicide victims go to Hell, lures a serial killer to do the job for him.

  • Lynch Mob

    Lynch Mob (2009)
    Film by Byron Conrad Erwin (Horror) Editor, Director The rural town of Lynchburg, Georgia holds a dark secret. A century old curse has condemned the citizens to a diet of human flesh. Unable to leave the city limits the town folks must lure unsuspecting travelers to their quaint town where they soon become the menu item of choice. Problems arise when the Federal Government releases a street savvy criminal into their community under the witness relocation program. Written by Anonymous

  • Molly Pickens and the Rainy Day Castle

    Molly Pickens and the Rainy Day Castle (2009)
    Film by Jared Young (Family) Editor After a mysterious box transports young Molly Pickens to the Fantastic World, she learns she is the last hope for the fading land. The wise Box Maker knows that only a love like Jesus' can save his beloved home from the clutches of Rainy Day, the not-so-kind ruler who seeks to end happiness in not only the Fantastic World, but in Molly's world as well. Written by Anonymous

  • Doommates

    Doommates (2009)
    Film (short) by Byron Conrad Erwin Director

  • Just Asking for It

    Just Asking for It (2004)
    Film (short) by James J.D. Taylor (Action) Editor In the near future overpopulation threatens the survival of the human race. In order to save mankind, the Population Control Agency (PCA) is created. PCA agents are granted the authority to reduce the population in high-density areas by eliminating the dregs of society. In other words, they have a license to kill very annoying people. In this dark comedy Agent Mike Brandon gets to do what most people only dream of. Eliminate anyone and everyone that rubs him the wrong way. Everyone is a potential target for Agent Brandon, until he falls for a beautiful woman. Written by Anonymous

  • American Reel

    American Reel (2003)
    Film by Mark Archer (Drama and Music) Editorial department The story of an overnight success - twenty years in the making...

  • Existo

    Existo (1999)
    Film by Coke Sams (Comedy, Sci-Fi and Musical) Editorial department

  • The Grue Crew

    The Grue Crew (1999)
    Film by Scott Ross (Action, Comedy and Crime) Editorial department

  • Last Call

    Last Call (1999)
    Film by Christine Lucas (Drama) Editorial department In a Santiago, Chile, apartment building, the lives of three sets of strangers intertwine. A shady dealer and two American visitors await a pivotal phone call about a business transaction. Above them, a model is taken hostage by an intruder who engages her in a twisted psychological game, and on the top-floor loft, a case of mistaken identity leads to an unexpected liaison. Lost souls that collide at a desperate hour. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

  • Mt. Everest: The Fatal Climb

    Mt. Everest: The Fatal Climb (1999)
    TV Movie by Robert Kirk (Documentary) Editorial department With its 29,002 feet (8,848 meters), the mountain Everest is the place where thousands of persons go every year to try climbing it. From what Edmund Hillary prevailed over the mountain and reached the top in May 29, 1953, much people has tried to repeat the miracle, and every day more of a hundred climbers have been there in some camps, waiting his glory moment. Some of them explain their histories with the Everest, in a pride, friendship and sacrifice tale to reach the top and win over the nature. Written by Chockys

  • Cielo ciego

    Cielo ciego (1998)
    Film by Nicolás Acuña (Drama) Editorial department This is a film about the life of a family of marginal thiefs, and how destiny punishes each and every one of its members. A constant contrast between a violent and a domestic world, in which violence, humor and irony, give a new layer to the social and moral conflicts of the characters. A lost house in a forest, an underground bar, a prison, a bus, fields and highways, are the spaces on which thieves, truckers, cooks and hookers collide. Written by Roos Film

  • Dear Jesse

    Dear Jesse (1998)
    Film by Tim Kirkman (Documentary) Editorial department Can you go home again? What if you're a gay man and home is a state where voters keep electing a homophobe to the US Senate? In 1996, at age 30, native son Tim Kirkman returns to North Carolina to explore the parallels and differences between himself and Jesse Helms: they're from the same town and college, with media interests, from families blessed by adoptions, Baptists by upbringing. Tim puts his camera in front of his family, a boyhood pal, college friends, his pastor, Helms fans, community activists, novelists Lee Smith and Allan Gurganus, a mayor who's gay, and people in the street, including a brief interview with Matthew Shepard. What is it to judge, and what is it to love? Written by <>

  • My Mother's Early Lovers

    My Mother's Early Lovers (1998)
    Film by Nora Jacobson Editorial department

  • Criminals

    Criminals (1997)
    Film by Jeff Butcher (Comedy) Editor, Editorial department Johnny & Eddie are a pair of petty crooks from Brooklyn who thought they had planned the perfect crime. They thought wrong!

  • Southern Belles

    Southern Belles (1997)
    Film by William Olsen Editorial department

  • Insignificant Others

    Insignificant Others (1997)
    Film by David Moody (Drama) Editorial department

  • Unmade Beds

    Unmade Beds (1997)
    Film by Nicholas Barker (Documentary, Comedy and Drama) Editorial department A black comedy about vanity and lust in contemporary America. In the middle of the sexual jungle of New York's singles' world, two men and two women try to achieve their dreams. Written by <>

  • A, B, C... Manhattan

    A, B, C... Manhattan (1997)
    Film by Amir Naderi (Drama) Editorial department Three women are to make vital decisions about their future. Colleen wants to be a photographer but can't support her daughter Stella. Casey is looking for her dog stolen by her ex-boyfriend and lesbian lover who has dumped her. Kate decided to break up with Stevie and start living on her own. Written by Anonymous

  • Okavango: Africa's Savage Oasis

    Okavango: Africa's Savage Oasis (1996)
    TV Movie by Kevin McCarey Editorial department Documentary about chaos and nature's rebirth that the yearly flooding causes in Botswana's Kalahari Desert.

  • The Leopard Son

    The Leopard Son (1996)
    Film by Hugo Van Lawick (Documentary) Editorial department

  • National Geographic Specials

    National Geographic Specials (1993 - 1995)
    Television (Documentary and History) Editorial department For over 30 years, the National Geographic Society has presented specials on nature, foreign culture, scientific breakthroughs, and things which fall under the general category of "neat stuff." Each special is self-contained. Written by Jason A. Cormier <>

  • A Man Walks Into a Bar

    A Man Walks Into a Bar (1994)
    Film by Thad Halcli Editorial department

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