I am founder and co-owner of Tiburon Rojo Films www.tiburonrojofilms.com
I'm a filmmaker who attended the Art Institute of Houston, focusing on Computer Animation, Graphic Design, and Video Production. While attending college I worked on the short film "Caste Iron" as editor, and released a local punk zine which focused on the Houston-area punk scene.
I served as contributing writer for SOTAC magazine based in Charlotte, NC, where I interviewed several local Charlotte filmmakers and artists. In 2009 I was invited to form part of the core team for Amped -4-A-Cure, Inc. as Director of Events. Amped 4-A-Cure, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising money for cancer research through music.
In 2010 I launched Tiburon Rojo Films, a DIY/Grassroots film company dedicated to filming whatever we want and having a lot of fun in the process.
In 2011 I launched Anthelion Creative Studio, along with my best friend. Anthelion is a full-service creative design studio that offers comprehensive corporate branding and social media campaigns, impressive website design and memorable logos & graphics.
I have worked in a variety of roles in the independent film world and currently have my own company which I spend most of my time on.
Name: Javier Mejia
Lives in: Charlotte, North Carolina
Occupation: Director, Producer and Screenwriter
Unique traits: Tattoo of an hour glass on right forearm, long hair, fluent in Spanish/English
American Pitbull Foundation Commercial
Commercial by Tiburon Rojo FIlms/Javier Mejia Director/Camera
Play Safe Promo Video
Video by Blach Collar Entertainment/Donald Wilson Camera
What Lies Within Promotional Video
Commercial by Tiburon Rojo Films/Javier Mejia Director/Camera
Hora do Recreio
Film by Tiburon Rojo Films/K.B. Hammond El Guapo/Casting
Film by Tiburon Rojo Films/Don Elrod & Mike Strauss The Jackal/Editor
The Art Institute of Houston (Houston, TX)