Joseph Eulo is an independent media producer working in the Greater New York City Area. He is the founder and CEO of First Frame Films, a collaborative production and design company based in Brooklyn made up of an eclectic group of artists, actors, and filmmakers who share a passion for creating meaningful work that moves, entertains, and educates its audience. Joseph earned his B.A. from the New School for Public Engagement and a certificate in Film Production in 2013.
Joseph's enjoys collaborating with other artists who share his interest in creating meaningful work. In 2010 he founded the New School Student Film Collective, an organization committed to fostering community among filmmakers within the college population. In 2012 he created the Garden State Filmmakers Association, and the Indie Film Collective of Greater NYC. Organizations dedicated to creating and encouraging community among, actors, artist, and filmmakers.
As a filmmaker Joseph has collaborated on over thirty different narrative, documentary, music video projects wearing many different hats on and off set as a director, DoP, Sound Mixer/Boom Operator, AC, UPM, Set Photographer, Camera Operator, AD, Script Supervisor, Sound Designer and Editor.
Joseph is producing and directing the first season of "tráfico" an American crime drama about the dark and invisible side of human trafficking inside the United States.
Joseph is pursuing a Masters degree at The New School For Public Engagement, School of Media Studies with a focus in Media Management and Film Studies.