We conceive and execute our own work, and collaborate with other artists, filmmakers and entrepreneurs
to develop and produce short films, feature films, music videos and commercials.
We believe that from ideas moving pictures grow.
Walk On Some Heads, a frenzied and heartfelt feature concert documentary profiling New Orleans’ yearly, one-day punk/ska music festival, “Block Party,” hosted by local label, Community Records. In 2012, Zac directed the feature narrative, LIVE | EVIL, with writer/producer, Cairo Kwame.
Christopher Haney is a film producer from New Orleans and co-founder of The Greenhouse Collective. Chris developed his passion for the arts at a young age by studying music and theater in his formative years. He studied business at Loyola University. Chris has produced and assistant directed two feature films, “Walk on Some Heads” a documentary about a DIY music festival, and the found footage pyscho-thriller “LIVE | EVIL.” He has also produced 7 short films as well as a myriad of music videos and commercial works. He is currently in development for two feature films: “Animal” and “Bury Me”.
Born and raised in Jamaica, Queens Milo holds a BA from Bard College. He moved to New Orleans in 2010 and spent two years working at a non-profit housing developer as a project & case manager. He currently sits on the executive-board and is the Secretary-Treasurer for New Orleans Public Access Television (NOA-TV). Milo has produced and managed award-winning short films, music videos and commercials for Virgin Records EMI, WNET, and Brown-Forman. He is currently in development for two feature films: The Shotgun Waltz and Alligator.
Justin is an investor and Managing Member of The Greenhouse Collective. He holds an MBA and is a Political Science graduate from the University of Louisiana. Previously, Justin was the founder of digital ad agency, Epilogue Publishing. The Greenhouse Collective is a creative business outlet for Fontenot, where filmmaking and story telling is the focal point expressed in today’s market.