Let's create some greatness.

Gone Off Deep is committed to one thing... producing exceptional creative work regardless of budget or circumstance.  We only take on projects that interest us, but love a challenge.  Original Film, TV, and web productions are our core, but we also love to put on unforgettable events and manage commercial marketing productions leveraging our strong background in video game marketing, advertising and public relations.  We also offer professional consulting services in these areas.

Commercial/Marketing Video Production
You can see a sampling of some of our latest video game trailer, commercial, and short film work by visiting the site of our co-production partners in these areas, UF Studios and Beef & Sage.

Marketing/Public Relations Consulting
We have a wealth of experience and contacts to share with growing companies, particularly in the interactive entertainment space.  Our president has co-founded several high profile, successful ventures in video game production, distribution, and publishing and has a deep understanding of the intricacies of speaking to these various audiences globally.  For more information on this experience, please see the IMDB and Wikipedia links in the sidebar.  Currently our biggest videogame clients are Devolver Digital and Gambitious, Inc.

Feature Film Work
In 2011, Gone Off Deep produced it's first feature comedy, Austin High, which blew away its Hollywood competition with a record-setting premiere at the 18th annual Austin Film Fest.  The film was released to nationwide cable VOD by Lightning Media in April 2012 and continues it's run there, iTunes, and Amazon Digital as "420 Austin High."

Gone Off Deep is currently in pre-production on a new sexy suspense-thriller shooting in Austin in Spring 2014.

Documentary Work

We have produced two feature documentaries, the award-winning Burning Man:Beyond Black Rock which premiered at AFI Fest in 2005 and The Temple Builder as well as more than thirty short documentary pieces for our acclaimed original DVD video magazine production, SubstanceTV