A Pacific Northwest native, Phil Wilson is an Multi-Award winning filmmaker with a M.A. in Film, TV and New Media Production from San Diego State University. His work has screened at film festivals in Hollywood, San Diego, San Francisco, Phoenix, San Jose and Tacoma. It has also appeared on The CW, Comcast, and He has developed feature films, worked with Emmy-winning directors, and freelanced as a producer, director, DP and editor for over ten years.

Specializing in documentaries for non-profits, Phil has created compelling work for the US Navy, the United Way, Aviage Systems, Children of the Nations, JDRF, Olympic College, The Benaroya Research Institute, the City of Peoria, Youth for Christ USA, and #1 NY Times Bestselling author Debbie Macomber. He has also freelanced for agencies like Voda Studios, Translight Media, Milkman Media, and Traverse Agency.

Phil is currently the Program Director and Assistant Professor of Film Production at Huntington University's new 30,000 sq ft Center for Digital Media Arts in Arizona. The Center has already earned multiple film festival awards and multiple student EMMY awards.





Cara Wilson is a Film production specialist with a B.A. in Creative Arts from San Jose State University. She has produced and served as art director on a number of film and corporate productions. She recently produced a spot for the Greater Gig Harbor Foundation, raising awareness and dollars for multiple causes in the Puget Sound region, and even more recently, she helped coordinate and produce #1 NY Times Bestselling Author Debbie Macomber's Winter Ad campaign. Cara brings a high level of organization and marketing expertise to every production.