He serves as owner and President of Batwolf Films, an Indie-pendent video/film company, based in Atlanta, Georgia, dedicated to the art of visual storytelling. This completely self-taught producer, director, writer and act... [more]
J. Alan Tripp Biography
He serves as owner and President of Batwolf Films, an Indie-pendent video/film company, based in Atlanta, Georgia, dedicated to the art of visual storytelling. This completely self-taught producer, director, writer and actor, began creating films in 2000 when his best friend simply stated, "Let's make a movie," and they did. The 48-minute Featurette titled "Parts Unknown?" became the springboard for the creation of Batwolf Films when Tripp decided that making movies should be his full-time job, and he should fulfill his goal of becoming his own boss. At this time, Tripp began reading everything he could get his hands on about making movies, studying every bit of reference material he could find on the subject, and became self-taught through books and the Internet, (2005, Louis La Volpe Film School Online). In addition, he joined a film group in Chattanooga, his city of residence, known as Film Chatt. Once he became well-versed in the art of making films, Tripp went on to direct and produce 2002's "It's A Boy!", 2004's "Behold The Raven", and the upcoming "Operation Eternal Darkness", slated for the future. Tripp also served as co-director of the Featurette SUDS in 2001, 2nd unit director of "Project PH" in 2002, and associate producer of the local television show "Rock Theater" in 2003. Tripp, first bitten by the acting bug in high school, also acted in both "Parts Unknown?" and "Project PH". Tripp's influences include such great directors as Carpenter, Raimi, Tarantino, Rodriguez and Romero. He plans to continually strive to improve his filmmaking knowledge and abilities and his company's image in order to provide better and better films. He says that he will continue to make quality entertainment for the masses until he is no longer able.
06/09 Just completed new horror short "The Sentinels"
April 27th 2009
CC P S Classic what to use in AE CS 3 by Joseph Tripp 10 years ago What do you use is After effects CS3 if you do not have CC PS Classic is there a current built in plugin in CS3 that is similar. I was trying John Chao creates fire. However I do not at this time have