Todd Schramke is a filmmaker and musician originally from New Jersey, now based in the Los Angeles. He started producing both videos and music independently around age 12 with whatever limited equipment he could get his hands on. At 13 he started playing in bands, and at 18 he began producing professional video content.
In 2012 he earned a Journalism and Media Studies degree from Rutgers University.
His first feature-length documentary was completed in 2016, an advocacy film titled “Misty Dawn,” funded by the Domestic Violence Action Group.
Research and early production began that same year for his second documentary, “Stateless.” Set in Acapulco, it follows a community of self-proclaimed “anarchists” as they try to navigate away from a world of centralized governments and financial systems.
In 2019 he was the cinematographer for the indie comedy-drama feature, Generation Wrecks.
His commercial credits include a range of business and nonprofit clients spanning across corporate, retail, real estate, politics, sports, and performing arts. Notable clients include the New York Yankees and Greyhound.