Elliott Gilbert II is a multi-hyphenate with over a decade of film industry experience. He was co-founder of the 501c(3) multi-arts collaborative The Butterfly Connection and co-owner of Adam and Elliott Moving Pictures, LLC. Elliott studied film production at The University of Texas at Arlington under Bart Weiss, Ya'Ke Smith, and Patty Newton, where he graduated Cum Laude with a BFA. Elliott also interned as an operations associate under Dennis Bishop at the Lone Star Film Society. He has a myriad of credits across the field, desiring to learn the working craft in all aspects. He has cast dozens of branded content, reality tv, commercials, and films including Ya'Ke Smith's critically acclaimed feature film Wolf. He co-produced the award winning feature film Windsor starring Barry Corbin, and produced the award winning short film The Flood starring Ed Asner. He directed and produced an episode of the true crime television show Murder Made Me Famous for REELZ, and Art Directed over 50 episodes of other true crime content for that network. His recent work as a prop master can be seen in the 2 festival hits, Andrew Patterson's The Vast of Night and Channing Godfrey Peoples' Miss Juneteenth.
Elliott produced the heart warming documentary film Harpman Hank and the Spirit Guide. He's produced several feature films including indie films like Windsor, Knowing, and Cry Heard Round the World. His commercial clients include Coca Cola and Dart
Elliott worked as a casting director on the critically acclaimed film Wolf and has cast various commercial, tv and theatrical projects
Elliott was the prop master on the critically acclaimed feature film Miss Juneteenth as well as the prop master for the award winning Vast of Night film. He has been the Art Director for multiple indy films and tv episodes of Murder Made Me Famous on the Reelz Network and ID Network.