Jeff Stewart is a true child of the 80s. He was raised just as much by television and movies as he was by his parents. Given his first camera when he was two years old, he hasn't been seen without one since.His love of photography and what some my say as a gift of storytelling propelled him to attend New York University & Temple University to pursue a degree in filmmaking and creative writing.In his travels through life Jeff has been a comic book writer, professional photographer, radio show host, and just a generally fantastic individual.
Name: Jeff Stewart
Lives in: Trenton, New Jersey
Occupation: Cinematographer, Director, Director of Photography, Editor and Screenwriter
Film by Anthony Catanese (Comedy and Horror) Producer, Cinematographer
Television by Jeff Stewart (Action and Comedy) Producer, Director, Cinematographer, Writer, Editor
An American Epidemic
Film by Michael DeLeon (Documentary) Producer, Editor, Camera and Electrical Department
Television (Talk-Show) Cinematographer
Paranormal Adventure Hunters Supreme
Film by Jeff Stewart (Comedy, Fantasy and Horror) Producer, Director, Cinematographer, Writer
I Am Santa Claus
Film by Tommy Avallone (Documentary, Comedy and Drama) Producer We have documented an entire year in the lives of five real-bearded professional Santa Clauses to find out what the rest of the year is like for a man who perpetually looks like Jolly Saint Nick. In the process, they are shown for who they actually are, flawed, flesh and blood men who feel an overbearing responsibility to protect the integrity of the spotless, untarnished reputation of the 'Red Suit.' 'I Am Santa Claus' is a documentary that poses a question about a ubiquitous holiday figure that few parents ever ask themselves; 'Whose lap is my child sitting on?' Written by Anonymous
The Bench: Chapter Three - Fred and Eric
Film (short) by Ricardo Lorenzo (Comedy) Producer
The Bench: Chapter Seven - Grace and Mary
Film (short) by Lawrence R. Greenberg (Drama) Producer Grace takes some time out of the office. In the park she meets Mary and finds that the more they are different, the more they are the same. The two women find a bond across the years and the social divide.
The Bench: Chapter Two - Betty and Paul
Film (short) by Christopher Michael Jones (Drama) Producer Paul and Betty have many fond memories of bringing their son and grand-children to this park. So it is only fitting that while visiting their home town, that they sit a moment on this bench, just to reminisce; reminiscing all the way back to where it began. Written by C. M. J.
Film (short) by Jeff Stewart (Horror) Director, Cinematographer, Writer, Editor In the town of Friendship, a place the world has forgot, a group of immortals engage in an annual ceremony to ensure their way of life. Sometimes, eternity demands a sacrifice.
The Adventures of Jane & John
Television (Comedy) Director, Cinematographer, Writer, Editor Two children learn about the true cost of local politics when they go on a series of misadventure with a mischievous but kind-hearted talking bear.
Breezin' with Bierman: Winter Solstice Special II
TV Movie by Lawrence R. Greenberg (Talk-Show) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Self
The Velvet Elvis
Film by Jeff Stewart (Action, Comedy, Fantasy and Horror) Producer, Director, Cinematographer, Writer, Editor A black Elvis impersonator/demon hunter is forced to put down his guitar and pick up his gun when a string of murders threatens to unleash hell on earth.
Making Bad: Zombie Etiquette
TV Movie by Lawrence R. Greenberg (Comedy, Music and Talk-Show) Camera and Electrical Department Explores the space between man and machine. Zombie Annie Fey asks the question "Is Romney a robot?" Dead Wrong and Professor Pandora encounter Marilyn Monrobot and Daniel Azaian at the Robot Film Festival where they get a peek at Teenage PopStar V2.0. When all the zombies end up at the aquarium with The Timid Roosevelts, will it be scrambled brains for breakfast? Written by L. R. Greenberg
Zombie Etiquette X
TV Movie by Lawrence R. Greenberg (Comedy, Horror, Music and Talk-Show) Camera and Electrical Department, Self
Film by Jeff Stewart (Crime and Horror) Producer, Director, Cinematographer, Writer, Editor The story revolves around Braxton & Ben, two childhood friends who end up in the drug trade. When Ben is sent to jail, Braxton decides to call it quits and become an honest businessman. Ben is released early and is threatening to destroy everything Braxton has built. With no choice Braxton enacts a plan to "deal" with his former friend and business partner, but before he can take action all hell breaks loose. Now the former friends must work together to stay alive against an onslaught of the undead. Written by Jeff Stewart
Late: Zombie Etiquette
TV Movie by Lawrence R. Greenberg (Comedy, Horror, Music and Talk-Show) Cinematographer The "Late" Dead Wrong and his posse of undead floozies take you on a journey to Edison New Jersey to visit eXXXotica Expo and XXX Church. Before the night is over the denizens of zombonia crack open a rooted Amazon Kindle and interview a porn star. We also hear from up and coming horror writer Christine Dougherty. Finally we wrap it all up with some medieval music. Written by Zombie Writer
School of Rock: Zombie Etiquette
Film by Lawrence R. Greenberg (Comedy) Cinematographer The School of rock faces the loss of its funding from an overly uptight philanthropist who just doesn't know how to rock out while a growing zombie threat eats away at students and teachers alike. The story kicks off when a time machine crashes into a chemical research facility in Hamilton, NJ. When the kids get a chance to open up for the band Fosterchild, The School of Rock students and faculty have to fight their way through every hardship to get to the concert night. Will they make it? Written by Lawrence R. Greenberg
Before: Zombie Etiquette
TV Movie by Lawrence R. Greenberg (Comedy, Horror, News, Sci-Fi and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department