Originally from Oklahoma, Enrico Green ran away to Los Angeles as soon as he graduated high school to escape a troubled home. He briefly attended The University of Southern California before taking a detour into defense contracting. Post 9-11, Enrico enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, serving in both Iraq and Afghanistan in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Obtaining the rank of Sergeant while on active duty, he primarily worked in communications and electronics while also completing the green belt in Marine Marital Arts, Military Police training and various leadership courses. His love for finding innovative solutions to disruptive problems with cutting edge technology also led him into a fulfilling career as an IT professional, serving with numerous Fortune 500 companies including Apple, Proctor & Gamble, and finding solutions on Department of Defense projects in Germany, Korea, and Japan.
He has spent the past seven years, establishing himself in the independent film scene in Los Angeles. His collaborative spirit and unique approach to interesting challenges have also given him the opportunity to serve as a trusted cinematographer, co-writer, and production assistant on numerous student film and independent projects. Whether he is in front of or behind the camera, Enrico is known for his love of breathing life into fascinating stories, places, and characters that capture the audience and leave a lasting impression no matter who is experiencing his work.
When he’s not on writing, on set or brainstorming new stories, you can usually find Enrico cheering on the Los Angeles Dodgers, Lakers, or Las Vegas Raiders… and you can always count on finding him at a USC Trojans game.
Seriously, he is a rabid USC Trojans fan.
Unique traits: Military Training, Tattoos