A native to the bay area, Tyrone Huff was a linebacker for C.S.U. Fresno where he also received his B.F.A. in cinematic studies. He recently graduated from Chapman University with a Masters of Fine Arts degree in film production. Tyrone's previous short film, Call Me Sugarplum, screened in multiple film festivals, winning the audience award at the Route 66 Film Festival. He is currently working on feature versions of Chiles and Call Me Sugarplum, and is in post-production on his next film entitled Compromised. Tyrone is interested in directing independent features that are thought-provoking and entertaining.
Fort Lauderdale Int'l Film Festival 2007
Roy W. Dean Los Angeles Film Grant 2007
Leo Freedman Grant 2007
Panavision Grant 2007