People

A. Parker Severson 
Post-production Supervisor

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Parker has worked in marketing and advertising for 16 years.  He worked in high-tech for both start ups and Fortune 500s in Silicon Valley, San Diego, and Phoenix for the first half of his career.   He then took his penchant for tech to Los Angeles where he worked with teams of creatives and producers on marketing campaigns for studio-funded pictures, such as, The Da Vinci Code, The Departed, Batman Begins, Terminator 3, and Mission Impossible III.   He specialized in post-production, and learn from veteran commercial editors how to cut sound and picture into movie trailers.

Fast-forward a few years, Parker has settled in Slackerville where he has launched a venture, Tiny Courage,  that combines video production and YouTube’s global reach to grow clients’ reputations and revenues.


Brian Morgan
Production Coordinator

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Brian is a graduate of the RTF program at UT. He has written several screen plays and produced and directed over 10 shorts. His most recent short film, “Coded” has wrapped completion and is currently in post-production.

He has been involved in the Austin film community for a couple of years and has learned the in’s and outs of Austin. He has grown up all over the Northwest and developed a unique perspective from the many places he has lived.  He has a hard working ethic and desire to help people with a creative vision see it come to completion using all the tools and techniques he has learned over the years.

Featured Projects

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

  Project Overview Texas Parks and Wildlife Brush Fire Safety Video → Project Date: 09-01-2015 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department – Video commissioned by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and shot and produced by Tiny Courage, on how to safely burn a brush pile in Texas State parks. Tiny Courage Contributions Script Development Pre-Production Production Post-production More –>