About Us

Joe Minnella first began studying film as a senior at the University of Scranton. After graduation, he attended New York Film Academy and went on to produce several short films and music videos. In 
2010, he premiered his first feature film, Maria's Gravy Pot, at the Garden State Film Festival. Joe 
wrote, directed, shot, edited and produced the film along with fellow producers, writers, and friends 
Dennis Pornel and Michael Zampetti.
Joe went on to work a few years as a freelance cinematographer before starting this company. Their 
work dramatically evolves with each project as Joe and his crew maintain that they will always be 
students of the craft. In their time covering weddings and other events, they played an instrumental 
role in shaping the tremendous quality of many of today's event films.

"To stay relevant in this industry you have to work extremely hard, but you also have to continue 
to learn and experiment. It's all about taking a unique approach to creating something truly special for 
our clients and audiences."

The studio's most recent major project is After Sandy, a feature length documentary covering the two 
year aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey. The film was officially released in 2015 and can be 
viewed online each year year on the anniversary of the storm.

"This was my first experience as a journalist and it has completely changed my life. I look forward 
to sharing the film with all those that were affected, played a role in the rebuilding process, or just want 
to learn about just what happens to an area after a disaster." 

The future is an open book that the studio can't wait to get started on. Joe boasts a small but "incredible" 
crew and plans to continue to grow the studio into other industries and attain new goals.
         "I've been blessed with some very talented, reliable, and hard working people at my side. My 
amazing wife, Melissa Minnella, has also stepped in and been a part of some amazing work. We'd 
be nothing without her, Dennis and all of the others that I've been fortunate enough to work 
-Joe M.