Our Team



Mike grew up in New Jersey and studied film in North Carolina. After college, Mike shot projects in every corner of the world. He’s directed broadcast commercials for clients like Southwest and is experienced with every aspect of production. Mike Malagon c: (201) 650.5962 e: mike@littlevillagefilms.com



Campbell is from Nashville, TN, went to college in Mississippi and prefers fly fishing to filmmaking. Since all the trout streams have dried up in So Cal he has no choice but to shoot and direct full time. His background is in docu-style travel films, and has had the opportunity to shoot in some of the most beautiful countries on our planet. His production experience ranges from small run and gun style shoots to big Hollywood features. Some of which include the Oscar Award winning film, "The Help" and the James Brown biopic, "Get On Up". Campbell Brewer c: 615.708.4653 e: campbell@littlevillagefilms.com



Matt Gahan is a commercial and documentary director. His work reflects his passion for the ocean, surf culture, and telling the unique stories of interesting individuals. When he's not filming or editing he can be found playing in the sea.



Joel is a cinematographer and director from Boston, Massachusetts. A graduate of USC's School of Cinematic Arts, his films have been featured in film festivals around the world, including Cannes in 2012. The rest of his family are scientists and doctors, though, so he's a bit of an underachiever. joelmarshfilms.com.



Clark is our film based photographer who lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Clark brings an aesthetic to his work that we love... and others do too, he has been published by, Southern Living, Geraldine, Martha Stewart and Once Wed. Portofolio: www.clarkbrewerphotography.com


Little Village Films is a boutique production company based out of Los Angeles. We're a community of filmmakers, always on the lookout for creative projects and new adventures. We love collaboration and meeting new people so don't hesitate to get in touch.


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