this week we talk with Justin Snyder, storyteller, guacamole aficionado, founder of Abandon Films and all around great guy. Justin talks about his faith, film and how the two intertwine.
after spending a year as a media missionary for the Southern Baptist Convention, Justin joined with several friends to found Abandon Films.
Abandon Films began in 2007, launching with the quirky road trip documentary, The Great American Road Trip, and multiple projects for churches and non-profit ministries. Since then, the body of work has expanded to include three short films (one receiving an award for best graphics at the Richmond 48 Hour Film Festival), and an impressive portfolio of client work for non-profits and high profile organizations such as the Taubman Museum of Art and Geneva World.
Their client projects have taken them across the country, from disaster relief efforts in the California fires, to exclusive tours at the United Nations headquarters in New York. They have clients in Geneva, Nashville, Atlanta, Richmond, and Roanoke, and have collaborated on projects with various industry professionals including Access Advertising, Portnoy Media Group, and Red Cloud Productions.
so listen in, be inspired and then share your thoughts about Christians in film, Christian films, Christian art or anything else that comes to mind… and then share it with your friends.
also – huge props to Brooke Waggoner for giving our listeners an exclusive listen to her new single – which drops digitally on Oct. 6.