Electric Park, as the name implies, is a space to explore ideas and create without limitations. We develop original content and partner with brands, non-profits, makers and independent artists of all stripes. Electric Park draws on an extended family of artists, storytellers, designers and animators to bring your vision to life. From concept creation through production, post-production and launch, we love collaborating with clients to translate their ideas and inspirations into well-crafted stories with a cinematic flair.

Whatever plans Christian had for the future, they were dashed against the rocks after inadvertently attending a screening of Werner Herzog’s “Fata Morgana” in high school. The tone, the mood, the weaving of fantasy from the threads of reality, all cast a spell that sent him on a journey---through the lens---ever since. His cinematography has been featured in award- winning short films by Jesse Epstein, Muayad Alayan, and Natalija Vekic and in compelling videos for Adobe and LA Arts Commission; as a director, his films have played from the rooftops of New York to the mountains of Utah.

Kurt is the "Swiss Army Knife" of the group - a restless creative searcher with a vast array of skills. He is a film director, concert video director, cinematographer, video editor, creative director and motion graphics designer. He even had an extended stint as Director of the Media Department at the famed Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco. Kurt has worked with such global brands as Warner, Disney, Dreamworks, Apple, Pixar, NASA, and recording artists Los Lobos, Ween, Incubus, Ozomatli, Bow Wow and Nelly McKay. His goal with Electric Park is to put all this experience to good use in creating cracking good visual stories.

Natalija Vekic is the "storyteller" of the group. She spent countless sleepless nights in the UCLA MFA screenwriting program dreaming up stories about memorable characters and trying to make sense of the world we live in. She is a screenwriter, director and producer whose films have played at numerous international film festivals, most recently at Telluride, which premiered “Ed & Pauline,” a short doc she produced and co-wrote. Her feature screenplay “Jane” was selected to participate in the screenwriting lab at Film Independent. Natalija has taught video production & filmmaking at the University of San Francisco, production managed independent features, developed & produced intimate conversations with filmmakers & programmed over 200 educational workshops a year during her tenure at Film Arts Foundation in SF.

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