Cory Woodruff

Cory Woodruff

Owner, Woodruff Productions
Director of Photography, Photographer (Still) and Student

Cincinnati, Ohio

Member Since:
November 2015
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About Cory

I have always had passion for making things look better, whether it's organizing a room or shooting a short film. Over the years I have found that my favorite area is photography. After seeing BBC's Sherlock, a mouth-watering and excellently produced TV series, I was greatly inspired and motivated to create something so clever, unique, and beautiful.
I strive to create media with a strong visual appeal but my passion flows from my mission to produce media that uplifts, encourages, and inspires others.

Credits

  • Polycarp

    Polycarp (2015)
    Film by Joe Henline (Drama and History) Art department A young slave girl, Anna, is rescued and adopted by Christians in 2nd Century Smyrna and befriended by their aged bishop, Polycarp. As Anna is taught by Polycarp and her new family, she struggles to reconcile her beliefs with those of the Christians. When the Roman proconsul demands that all citizens worship Caesar to show their allegiance to Rome, Polycarp and the Christians must find courage to stand for their faith against the growing threat of persecution. Anna is forced to come to grips with the truth and choose whom she is willing to live-and die-for. Written by Scott Eash

  • The Deceived

    The Deceived (2015)
    Film (short) by Markus Cook (Drama and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew During the 1920's, the advent of new medical innovations and racial tension begin to come to a head, as America marches into a new kind of battle. Through the eye's of a young woman, witness the deception and evil behind the veil of secrecy, that still covers much of the world today. Written by Markus Cook

  • The Many Monsters of Sadness

    The Many Monsters of Sadness (2012)
    Film by Motke Dapp (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew During a jaunt through the woods a few weeks before their senior year of high school, Eleanor and her friends find a mysterious wooden box. As the days pass, unexplainable things begin to happen. Any item put in the box disappears. Wishes, or something resembling wishes, start getting granted. People outside of the group begin disappearing. They begin finding messages in books and magazines; messages that suggest something far more sinister may be at work. When a car shows up in front of Banks' house, and they get a strange phone call from a phone located inside the console, Eleanor and Banks begin to panic. Eleanor and Zoe try to suggest to their friends the box may not be the blessing they think it is, but Ainsley, Zach, and Lisa ignore their pleas to get rid of the box. When her friends begin to disappear, Eleanor realizes she has to stop whatever is literally tearing her friends apart. The Many Monsters of Sadness is a light hearted film that takes a turn towards darkness, ... Written by Motke Dapp

Education

  • University of Cincinnati: Blue Ash College (Cincinnati, OH)
    (2014-2016)

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