Introducing Parco Richardson, an emerging producer and writer hailing from North Carolina. Growing up as a Jehovah’s Witness, Parco's childhood diverged from conventional celebrations, igniting his imaginative spark for crafting unique worlds of his own. This unconventional upbringing led him to discover his passion for storytelling as an outlet for the freedom he lacked in his religious household, inspiring his journey into the world of media.
After high school, Parco's determination to pursue filmmaking led him to an unconventional path. He enlisted in the Marine Corps from 2006 to 2010, serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Post-military life, he pursued his dream, earning his degree from the Art Institute of Phoenix in 2012. Parco's career trajectory saw him evolve from humble beginnings as a production assistant to a burgeoning producer on modestly budgeted projects. Leveraging his experiences, he ventured into independent filmmaking, successfully raising funds through Kickstarter campaigns to produce his short films, 'Altar Valley' and 'Toro de Oro.' With 'Toro de Oro' now making waves in international film festivals, Parco Richardson stands as a testament to resilience, creativity, and unwavering commitment to his craft.