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Swashbuckler Media

Swashbuckler Media (SBM) is a film company that embodies the daring, dashing, and dauntless spirit of our ancient pirate heros.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Media and Entertainment
  • Location Taos, NM, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2010
  • Employees 2
  • Website

Company Summary

For the past three years, our talented group of filmmakers, web designers, artists, animators, and musicians has been working diligently in northern New Mexico to produce music videos, documentaries, short films, and promotional videos. Through these projects, we create local jobs, rally people together around clever stories and connect people around the globe.


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    Allen Zitting
    Executive Producer, Web and Game Development

    Allen is in charge of Marketing Strategies, Web Distribution, and Game Development. He recently built a massive web project designed to change the face of social interactions around commerce. Among other things, Allen is able to manage large teams and amounts of money with style. He is a local family man with a lovely wife and three beautiful children.

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    Peter Aran Walker

    Peter is a filmmaker, teacher and martial artist. He won “Best Director” from the Asian Academy of Film and Television in New Delhi, India. Peter worked in SE Asia and Malaysia for three years shooting TV pilots, entertainment shows, music videos, and documentaries. He holds his Master's degree in Education from the University of Oregon. Currently he teaches Taos Academy Film classes that offer dual credit with the University of New Mexico. His

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    Jennifer Jordan

    Jennifer Jordan, writer and co-creator “The Dark Legend” and author of “The Mighty 7”, can best be described as “A force to be reckoned with”. She began her journey into the realm of story telling over ten years ago, where she was taught how to write a film by, director Dennis Jarvis. She then went on to write her first feature film called “Get a Life”, a film best described as “The Wizard of Oz meets Hollywood”.  Her first feature film script, m


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    Steve Gates
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    Jean Zitting