30-year veteran filmmaker Todd E. Braley has over 700 local TV commercials to his credit, two feature-length films, 2 documentaries, 14 short films, 150 news magazine shows and 105 episodes of a local cooking show. In March 2011, Braley's short film "SILENCE" was accepted at the New Hope Film Festival in New Hope, and in 2012 another short film, “Me, a rapist?” was awarded Best Director and Best Actor at the Yuma Film Festival. 2013 has seen Braley's newest film “LIAR” being accepted into the Grand Junction Film Fest in Grand Junction, Colorado where the filmmaker lives. 2016 brought Braley another award, winning Best Web Series with the series “Surviving the Undead – Season 1” which also aired locally on television on My Network (Cable, DISH & Digital Antenna). Todd has been teaching Acting classes for film on and off for many years, teaching Adults and Children about how to be a “natural actor” not so much teaching a “method” of acting but using yourself as a motivation to bring a character to life. Teaching from a Director's standpoint, Todd has been able to make strides with new actors as well as seasoned talent bringing out the natural emotions needed for a believable performance.