An ad I put together for Cult Coffee showing off their new smooth and fresh canned cold brew.
The newest film from Casey Zenner. Written by Casey and Zachary Trussell, this film tells the story of a disgraced doctor returning to his hometown and rekindling the flame of lost high school love, but his plans begin falling apart once his love interests sadistic son enters the picture.
This documentary tells the story of one of Arizona’s most influential figures in the hospitality industry, and the struggles and lessons that got him to the place where he is now.
This short documentary gives a glimpse into the struggles it takes to make a career in baseball, and how Marcus Wilson has persevered in order to achieve his dreams.
Casey’s second short film revolves around a young man’s confusion between romance and sex. Shot on black and white 16mm film, this project made it into several film festivals including the Mesa International Film Festival.
Co-Directed and shot by Casey Zenner. This music video was shot in under three hours with an incredible crew and fantastic local talent. First place winner of the Maricopa Artists of Promise Narrative Film award, Best Music Video at the James Bond III Film Festival, and the Audience Award for Best Music Video at the Soo Film Festival.
Casey Zenner’s first short film which he co-directed. When a deal goes wrong, Vinny Vespucci (Chris Galvan) hires slacker Cooper Cassanova (John Hull) to take care of the problem.
A comedy-horror sketch made with students from my acting class, The Hitchhiker started as an assignment in a screenwriting class and ended up premiering at the Filmbar in Downtown Phoenix as part of the Arizona Filmmaker Showcase.