Carlisle Kellam is an Atlanta based filmmaker, photographer, artist and cinematographer doing the following for hire: Film/Video (cinematography, editing, motion graphics, producing writing and directing) Photography: (portrait, product, advertising and editorial) Graphic Design: (graphic and motion graphic design)
Carlisle Kellam caught the art bug early as a musician before going to work as a mural artist, professional commercial and portrait photographer and filmmaker. After graduating with a Theatre/English double major he went on to earn his masters in philosophy—both of which have had immeasurable influence on his approach to filmmaking. Working as creative director for a small commercial production company he wrote and directed a number of short narrative commercial pieces for brands like Hormel, McCormick, and Fit to Fight International.He helped found the Machine Theatre company—staging both avant-garde, original and established works. He’s made a number of short narrative and documentary films that have screened at various festivals around the country. His film, A Slice of Life: Mr Snulligan, a short documentary about a blind chef, took home best short documentary at the Gwinnett center international film fest. His latest film, Comfort Farms, a feature length documentary, distributed by Gravitas Ventures, won the grand jury prize for documentary feature at the 2020 Film Invasion Los Angeles. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and three children.