With a father who loved filming all the family events with an 8mm camera and a

mother who taught him poetry and the ways of the great painters, Paul James Tierney had to be a filmmaker.

It was a natural path to take.

 

His rich and varied experience in the industry began as a student at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.  But his true education came while he worked in the smelly, dark, gut-wrenching trenches of film production, post-production and film marketing after he graduated from the prestigious Peter Stark Producers Program. Since that time, Mr. Tierney has worked on over forty feature films and several television series during

his tenures at Warner Bros., NBC, Roger Cormans New Concorde and several other independent companies. In addition, Mr. Tierney has been a story analyst, written several screenplays, directed two short subjects  LAUNDRY OF THE DAMNED, PART II and KOALA GOES TO THE OCEAN --  and was a member of the Motion Picture Editors Guild, IA Local 700 in Los Angeles.

 

He also serves as staff to his cat, Mai Tai, at the palatial Casa de Tierney in Los Angeles.

Paul James Tierney
John Wood

                                 John Wood started in post-production in 1996 at Editel, LA. He has worked in the management side of the business since, until his path crossed with then client, Paul Tierney, and the rest, they say, is history in the making.

 

In a previous life he was co-creator, producer, actor and singer with the popular performing group J.P. Nightingale. He performed over 8,000 shows to thousands of children who are now older and somewhat wiser than he. Mr. Wood was the creator of the Theatre Arts Festival For Youth, TAFFY, a nonprofit childrens festival that ran for 10 years in Agoura, CA and featured some of the top performers from the United States, Canada and beyond. He is a national childrens music reviewer for his own site Kidzmusic.com and was the music judge for NAPPA, a national childrens music award contest for 14 years. Currently he is writing and developing scripts for CineCal Entertainment along with his producing partner Paul Tierney.

 

John was born in England, plays a mean guitar and has a fat loaner cat named Shadow.

                                 John Wood started in post-production in 1996 at Editel, LA. He has worked in the management side of the business since, until his path crossed with then client, Paul Tierney, and the rest, they say, is history in the making.

 

In a previous life he was co-creator, producer, actor and singer with the popular performing group J.P. Nightingale. He performed over 8,000 shows to thousands of children who are now older and somewhat wiser than he. Mr. Wood was the creator of the Theatre Arts Festival For Youth, TAFFY, a nonprofit childrens festival that ran for 10 years in Agoura, CA and featured some of the top performers from the United States, Canada and beyond. He is a national childrens music reviewer for his own site Kidzmusic.com and was the music judge for NAPPA, a national childrens music award contest for 14 years. Currently he is writing and developing scripts for CineCal Entertainment along with his producing partner Paul Tierney.

 

John was born in England, plays a mean guitar and has a fat loaner cat named Shadow.

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