When I was six, my dad took me to the mall and they had this giant, impressive-looking computer with big spinning reels that could tell your future. The first thing on my printout was that I would make movies. My dad let me use the Super 8 camera and I made stop-motion animations of appliances coming to life. While I was dancing at Houston Ballet, I talked my way into the Access Television station and used their cameras to make my first for-real film, MANTIS. I talked a lot of people into helping me shoot it in 8 relentless days. The premiere was at a drive-in we constructed in a big open lot. Throughout the lifespan of Trey McIntyre Project, I have made several short dance films, some of which are here on this site. I am shifting my artistic focus toward large-scale film projects, the first of which: Ma Maison is currently in production.