We are a team of four passionate filmmakers who've been collaborating together for over a decade.
We work hard, we love what we do, and one of us is a yellow belt in Taekwondo.
Co-founder of Paper Horse Pictures, Parker has been working in film and television for over a decade. He has directed music videos for The All-American Rejects, commercials, and short films like Suncatcher which is set to premiere in 2019. Parker wrote and produced the film Falling Overnight which won fifteen awards at the twenty-six festivals it played. Parker has also appeared in over twenty films and TV shows including: Big Little Lies, American Horror Story, Nip / Tuck, Roadies, Once Upon A Time, and Pitch.
Head of Production
Elisa co-founded Paper Horse Pictures in 2016, since then she has been producing music videos for bands like The All-American Rejects, commercial campaigns, and short films like Suncatcher which she also co-wrote and starred in. Coming from a background in marketing, Croft has worked on the agency side for clients including Microsoft, Coca-Cola, and the Santa Monica Airport, on the marketing teams at Innovative Dining Group and Blog PR Wire, and ran social media, content, and digital marketing for Media Leaders and Smart Social.
Originally from Ontario, Canada, Golden received his BFA in Theatre from the University of Illinois. He wrote, acted in, and produced Falling Overnight, which won fifteen awards at twenty-six festivals before a successful run on Netflix and Amazon Prime. His work with Paper Horse Pictures includes Suncatcher, What You Need, and The All-American Rejects' Send Her To Heaven. Additionally, Golden has worked as a production sound recordist with Gatorade, YouTubeTV, North Birch Productions, and the NBA.
After graduating from the University of Illinois in 2009, Chris Blim moved from Chicago to Los Angeles, where he co-founded the innovative literary magazine Sheriff Nottingham, which is still in publication. Blim began his film career by acting, developing and producing independent films, music videos, and on-the-ground documentary work in the Middle East and North Africa during the Arab Spring. Recently, Blim wrote, produced, and played the lead role in Assembly Line Entertainment's 2019 Mondo Hollywoodland and helped produce The All-American Rejects music video Send Her to Heaven with Paper Horse Pictures.