Los Angeles-based filmmaker Lamont Pierre’s passion for movie making began while attending Florida State University where he majored in English-Creative Writing and Political Science. Recognizing the lack of substantive narrative programming produced for the urban college-aged demographic, he created the first known indie web series, the award-winning “My Brother’s Keeper,” a socially conscious drama series that captures the turbulent college experience. In the Fall of 2008 he assisted Producer/Director Lee Daniels on the Oscar-nominated film “Precious.” Pierre went on to produce the short films “Where the Streets Have No Name” (2009); “Plateus” (2010); and “Tequila Sunrise”(2010) as well as his feature film debut "Talking With the Taxman About Poetry" which debuted at the 2013 Pan African Film Festival and screened at 2013's Outfest Fusion Film Festival in the historic Egyptian Theatre. Lamont Pierre went on to create some of the biggest web series on the web under his digital streaming platform including the award winning hits "Freefall", "Miles + Cal", "Kaleidoscope" and 2018's "Ghosts of Fort Greene" currently filming in New York City. The pilot episode of his 2017 web series "Red Skin" has amassed over 3 million views to date on Youtube. Pierre is currently running his bi-coastal digital streaming platform The ARTHOUSE and prepping several new original series, documentaries and feature films.