Tiffany Silver-Tucker is a writer, director, cinematographer and editor of independent film, comic books, and animation. A former video editor at C-SPAN in Washington, DC, Tiffany resigned from her job, sold her house, and drove for five days in a Penske truck to San Francisco, California in 2015 to pursue a film career. Tiffany has written, produced, and directed nine films including Waging War, Please Don’t Shoot, Heart of Love, and the comedy short, Creeper Peeper. She recently served as editor, colorist, and visual effects artist on three independent projects, Ridin’ With Rodham (starring Erika Alexander, Living Single), Freaks (music video), and In Mente (short film).
Prior to film-making, Tiffany worked as a broadcast-television non-linear editor, master control operator, technical director, and graphic designer. In 2011, she was appointed lead editor on the documentary-short, The Gettysburg Address & The Lincoln Bedroom, which premiered at the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian. The following year, 2012, Tiffany was appointed senior editor on the 90-minute documentary, Library of Congress that premiered on C-SPAN and later at the Library of Congress Theater.
A graduate of Howard University, Tiffany is one of the founders of Silver Pen Media, a multimedia production company dedicated to the development of multimedia, film, animation, and comic books by individuals with a passion and desire to serve, motivate, and inspire others. She is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree at the Academy of Art University. Tiffany resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband.
Name: Tiffany Silver Tucker
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Colorist, Director, Editor, Screenwriter, Illustrator and Graphic Designer
Film by Tiffany Silver Tucker (Drama) Director, Writer, Editor, Producer Paul Jordan, a thirty-two year old, aspiring landscaping entrepreneur and family man is submerged in a series of re-occurring nightmares, when a dark-menacing figure threatens to turn his life upside down, starting with his unfruitful business endeavor, his wavering bride, and his tender, ill-stricken son. Waging War film is presented in full HD 1080P high resolution. Written by Tiffany Silver Tucker
Film (short) by Tiffany Silver TUcker Cinematographer/Director/Editor A man violates another man's privacy in a public restroom.
Music by Theodore Hyppolite Editor Hip Hop Music Video filmed in Los Angeles, CA.
Ridin' With Rodham
Film (short) by Leo Breckenridge Editor 'RIDIN' WITH RODHAM' aLongStorySHORT film... A choreo-poem written for and performed by Erika Alexander.
Please Don't Shoot
Film (short) by Tiffany Silver TUcker (Short) Cinematographer/Director/Editor The United States has a huge problem with gun violence. People are losing their lives senselessly. We are no longer safe at movie theaters, church, schools, in the community, or at home. Black men are being gun down by authority. Some studies show more than 32,000 fatalities every year. We need to stop killing each other. Violence is a learned behavior. For many youth, both witnessing and being the victim of violence is a daily occurrence. "Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." -Barack Obama
Library of Congress Documentary (Teaser)
Documentary by C-SPAN Editor The Library of Congress C-SPAN’s original feature documentary, The Library of Congress, is a behind-the-scenes look at the national repository, providing the history of the institution, a tour of its iconic Jefferson Building, and glimpses of some of the library’s rare book, photo, and map collections. The film also featured some of the presidential papers housed at the Library of Congress, ranging from George Washington through Calvin Coolidge. Viewers learned how the library uses technology to preserve its holdings and expand public access to them, as well as how technology is helping to uncover new information about some of the items in its collections. c-span.org/LocalContent/
The Gettysburg Address & The Lincoln Bedroom Vignette
Documentary by C-SPAN Editor Producer: Connie Doebele (Courtesy of C-SPAN) This video was on display at the National Museum of American History - Smithsonian Institution
Academy of Art University
Howard University (Washington, DC)