Bryson Lima is a filmmaker, photographer, and media specialist who utilizes current technologies and creativity to tell stories. He specializes in creating professional advertisements, short films, television series, as well as event and music videos. His goal as a creative is to tell impactful stories that make a difference in people’s lives.
Bryson graduated from The Savannah College of Art and Design with his Bachelor's Degree in Film & Television. Prior to that, he obtained his Associate in Science Degree of Digital TV & Media Production from Eastern Florida State College.
Some of Bryson's notable work includes a SCAD original sitcom called "The Buzz" (Producer, Director, Production Manager,) which won the "Best Scripted Series" award at the 38th College Television Academy Emmy Awards. He also produced and co-directed a short documentary called "Ghost Light" which has been accepted to various film festivals around the country. His senior capstone film, “Time of Death” has also been accepted to several festivals, and has received accolades from Filmaka, The Wales International Film Festival, Florida Film Academy Film Festival, and the Spotlight Short Film Awards.
Bryson is currently working a Producer’s Assistant on a television series in Atlanta, Georgia. Previously he has worked as an assistant for Hallmark, Jax Media, and NBCUniversal productions. He also writes, produces, directs, and edits freelance video projects, music videos, and independent films.